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Wide Variety of Lettuces Can Be Grown in Ohio
nutritional value and that serve a range of uses." Over the past two years, OSU researchers have studied ...
See, Sniff 1,500 Blooming Heirloom Roses: OSU Garden in Wooster to Host June 14 Open House
April 14, 2008 WOOSTER, Ohio Ã¢â¬â See a thousand-plus heirloom roses in bloom Ã¢â¬â plus maybe buy a few, learn how to prune them and walk a new rose-scented labyrinth Ã¢â¬â in Wooster on Saturday, June 14. Ohio State UniversityÃ¢â¬â¢s three ...
Little-Known Virus May Cause Problems for Soybean Growers
two different viruses that produce the same symptoms in the plant." OSU researchers, in ...
Field Crop Irrigation May Work For Some Ohio Growers
irrigation approaches," said Larry Brown, an Ohio State University Extension agricultural engineer and ...
Properly Manage Glyphosate for Best Weed Control
Stachler, an Ohio State University Extension weed specialist. "Glyphosate controls nearly all weeds. ...
OSU Soil Scientist Gets Glimpse of Soviet Ag System; Receives Honorary Degree
October 26, 2010 COLUMBUS, Ohio – It's not everyday one gets the chance to view agricultural life of a former Soviet nation. But Ohio State University soil scientist Rattan Lal was given that opportunity when he recently traveled to the Republic of ...
Ag Icon Gone, But His Work Must Carry On, Says OSU Soil Scientist
September 15, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio – The global agricultural community lost an icon on Sept. 12. Nobel Laureate Norman Borlaug, considered the father of the "Green Revolution" for pulling the population in many Third World countries from the brin ...
OSU Soil Scientist Lends His Expertise for Al Gore's New Book
November 18, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio – An internationally renown Ohio State University soil scientist has offered his expertise in carbon sequestration and soil management for a new book authored by Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Vice President Al Gore. ...
Pre-Emergent Herbicides Effective for Weed Control
becoming more evident. Jeff Stachler, an Ohio State University Extension weed specialist, said that ...