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  1. Carpenter Bees

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-2074

    in wood to create nest sites for their young. These bees do not consume wood; they feed on pollen and ... are attractive sites for the bees to start their excavations.  To locate nest sites, one needs to look ... a right angle (about 90 degrees) and excavates along the wood grain for 4 to 6 inches to create a gallery ...

  2. Preparing Newsprint for Bedding

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/cdfs-126

    allow fluid to be absorbed. For example, paper becomes more absorbent with the finer grade of chopping or ... shredding. Assuming that newsprint is to be used as a bedding material or a supplement to bedding for ... animals, it must be compared to other materials currently used for bedding. To be used as a bedding ...

  3. Emergency Preparedness

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/aex-79024

    guidelines to help reduce risk, prepare for unexpected events and minimize the impact of such events. ... operate all equipment before using it for the first time. • Understand the tasks to be performed and the ... arrives. He/she should communicate with the squad in order to update them on the current situation and the ...

  4. Licking County’s Forest Economy

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/F-94

    through employment, value-added, and industrial output produced to meet demand for the manufactured ... land and is home to 167,500 citizens [1]. There are 214 industries in the county [2], with the median ... Figure 1. Forest industries contribute 1.87% to Licking County's economy [2,3]. The land resources ...

  5. Tuscarawas County’s Forest Economy

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/F-96

    to help you develop a management plan for your property. Obtain soils information from your local ... acres) of land and is home to 92,400 citizens [1]. There are 233 industries in the county [2], with the ... trade [2]. Figure 1. Forest industries contribute 4.57% to Tuscarawas County's economy [2,3]. The ...

  6. Produce Safety and Flooded Fields

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-27

    foodsafety.wisc.edu/assets/pdf_Files/vegetable%20flood%20guidelines.pdf Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the following for the generous donation of their ... immediately to prevent cross-contamination. Perform a risk assessment to determine if the crop is suitable for ... FDA guidance for flooding (1). Here also are some assessment tips that apply to all scenarios of ...

  7. Managing Marestail in No-till Soybeans

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-72

    resistant to both glyphosate and ALS inhibitors (site 2) such as Classic and FirstRate. Populations in some ... areas are becoming more difficult to control with 2,4-D also. There are no POST options in Roundup Ready ... single active ingredients. LibertyLink and Xtend soybeans provide for effective POST options. Step 1. ...

  8. Gray Water Recycling in Ohio

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/aex-gw1

    disinfected and stored for no longer than 24 hours before reuse. Siting and designing these systems requires ... be used for green roofs (Figure 5), living walls, surface and subsurface irrigation of lawns, ... becomes anaerobic and starts to smell bad. Gray water should be dispersed within a few hours to prevent ...

  9. Verticillium Wilt of Raspberry

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-04

    diseased plants may at first appear to have a dull green cast as compared to the bright green of normal ... streak is often not present or difficult to detect on red raspberries. The final effects of the disease ... (3- to 4-year) with nonsusceptible crops have been recommended for control in Canada but were not ...

  10. Palmer Amaranth: What It Is and What to Do Now

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-73

    and multiple sites of action in postemergence treatments. Bottom line—steps to take for prevention ... will not improve control. Populations in the South have developed resistance to site 14 herbicides ... development of resistance to additional sites of action?use different sites of action in corn versus soybeans ...

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