Congratulations HCS Student Lyndsey Davisson!
HCS and Chadwick Arboretum student, Lyndsey Davisson, was awarded a $500 scholarship check from the Central Ohio Hosta Society. The Central Ohio Hosta Society is an opportunity for hosta lovers to unite and share their experiences and knowledge to expand ...
Student Farm Sweet Potato and Garlic Fall Sale
THE OSU STUDENT FARM will have their fall sweet potato and garlic sale again this year. Produce is locally and organically grown on the OSU campus. Deadline for placing your order is November 11, 2013 Produce Order Form ...
Scotts Scholarship Opportunity for Undergraduate Juniors
HCS Juniors! We have a scholarship opportunity for you. Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, is offering the Scotts LawnService Scholarship Program. Students studying Turfgrass Science, Crop Science, and/or Landscape Horticulture with at least a 3.0 GPA can apply. ...
Precision Ag Day- Combine and Drone Technology
Our first regional Precision Agriculture Day – Combine and Drone Technology. During this day, participants will have an opportunity to hear presentations from experts in the field of combine and drone technology and how to apply it to their farms. Flyer w ...
2015 Agronomy Day- South Charleston
Program topics include: •Reducing Questionable Inputs for Increased Profits •Plant Response with Precision Planters – Seedling Depth and Hydraulic Down Pressure •Micronutrient Foliar Applications on Soybeans •P and K Fertilization Trials in Ohio Over Nin ...
Growers increase odds of yield loss the longer corn sits in fields
'COLUMBUS, Ohio- While some growers may choose to let corn dry in the field, the longer the corn sits, the greater potential it has for yield loss, according to a field crop expert with Ohio State University's College of Food, Agricultural, and ...
Frost increases chance of prussic acid poisoning in livestock; forage testing available
Frost increases chance of prussic acid poisoning in livestock; forage testing available "COLUMBUS, Ohio- With the frost that hit the region in recent days, the potential for prussic acid poisoning in livestock is likely on the mind of many producers. ...
New Course Announcement!
There's a new course in town! Sign up for Introduction to Crop Biochemistry for Spring 2014. HCS 5194: Introduction to Crop Biochemistry Instructor: Joshua Blakeslee Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:10 AM-12:30 PM Room assignment: Kottman 333 (Colum ...
'Weed from hell'- HCS is in the Dispatch!
'A fast-growing super weed that has destroyed soybean and cotton fields in southern states is popping up in Ohio, alarming researchers and agriculture groups who fear its spread. It’s called “Palmer amaranth,” and commonly used herbicides such as Rou ...
HCS in the news!
Check out these articles about HCS faculty research! Ohio State researchers clone a gene that regulates fruit size in vegetable, fruit crops "Esther van der Knaap, a geneticist with the university's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmen ...