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Dry Weather Could Aggravate Insect Damage on Crops
season's abnormally dry conditions, any extensive feeding injury could put stressed plants in further ... jeopardy. Ron Hammond, an Ohio State University Extension entomologist with the Ohio Agricultural Research ...
Timing of Soybean Rust May Impact Soybean Aphid Control
University Extension, Northwest Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Districts, USDA Natural Resources ... Allen County Soil and Water Conservation Districts at (419) 223-0040 or Ohio State Extension Hancock ...
Wheat Harvest Good, but Grain Quality Falls Short
Extension plant pathologist. âSome locations, especially in the southern part of the state, had very low ...
Ohio State Agriculture, Medical Researchers Test Berries as Cancer-fighters
The Ohio State University South Centers, part of OARDC and OSU Extension. The South Centers have been ... Extension educator. The Centers' contributions to the project include providing fruit for chemical ...
Following 'Rules' Helps People Save
(http://www.bea.doc.gov/bea/dn/nipaweb/). Martha Filipic Jong-Youn Rha savingschart.pdf False False False False False False False False ...
Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Will Hear Challenge to WOTUS Rule
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Keeping the Small Farm Alive
State University Extension, Ohio Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils, Erie ...
Using New Genetic Techniques to Raise Bigger Yellow Perch
with OSU South Centers at Piketon are analyzing the genetic traits of yellow perch lines then ... and Extension Service and Ohio State University's Ohio Agricultural Research and Development ...
How Did You Spend Your Summer? Two Buckeyes Learned from NASA Scientists
Filipic at firstname.lastname@example.org. HOUSTON, Texas-- Two Buckeyes-- one a recent graduate, another ...
Stick to Recommended Practices When Planting Corn
Extension agronomists hope Ohio growers keep in mind the trials and tribulations experienced last season ... "Last year we found that fields that weren't tilled as extensively had a better chance of recovery ...