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HCS Professor, Jim Chatfield and students from HCS 3410 travel to New York City
Horticultue and Crop Science Professor, Jim Chatfield lead a trip to New York City this past April. Students from HCS 3410 joined him as they explored the High Line. "The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above ...
The DiSanto Landscaping Company Cleveland Area is seeking talented and experienced individuals who are willing to grow in all aspects of our firm including but not limited to: Estate and Commercial Garden Maintenance Technician Landscape/Hardscape Constru ...
HCS Students! Plant Breeding Summer Workshops- This Summer
Plant Breeding Workshops Session 1: Field Design and Analysis May 18-22 2015 Session 2: Marker Assisted Selection June 1-5 2015 Session 3: Genome Wide Analysis June 15-19 2015 Session 1: Field Design and Analy ...
From Biology to Business – The Transformational Power of Big Data
The OARDC Research Conference is a held every year alternating between the Wooster Campus and Main Campus in Columbus. This year, the conference was held in Wooster on April 24th. The theme of the conference was "From Biology to Business- The Transfo ...
2014 Arbor Day Celebration
COLUMBUS, Ohio, The Chadwick Arboretum & Learning Gardens celebrated Arbor Day on April 25, 2014 on the Oval. The even kicked off with an Arbor Day Poem recitation by Karen Kaufman, a third year Middle Childhood Education major. Horticulture and Crop ...
Retired OSU Professor Works To Preserve Genetically Superior Trees
Retired OSU Professor Works To Preserve Genetically Superior Trees Sam Hendren 89.7 NPR News Reporter A retired Ohio State professor emeritus in horticulture, by his own estimate, has planted some 50,000 trees. Daniel Struve may have retired from teaching ...
Spring planting delays from wet conditions not yet a concern
Spring planting delays from wet conditions not yet a concern By Tracy Turner | Posted on 4/22/2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio- Despite the wet conditions that have affected many Ohio corn fields so far this season, growers who haven't started planting shouldn ...
Most of Ohio’s 2014 Wine Grape Crop Lost Due to Polar Vortex, Ohio State Survey Finds
Photo: A grape cane shows cold-damaged tissue (brown) just under the bark. University experts offer training to help growers deal with damage. WOOSTER, Ohio-- This is not the type of cold that helps make your favorite ice wine. The prolonged and extremel ...
HCS/Plant Pathology Ice Cream Social
COLUMBUS, Ohio- The Departments of Horticulture and Crop Science and Plant Pathology joined forces to celebrate our Undergraduate and Graduate student awards with an Ice Cream Social in the lobby of Kottman Hall yesterday. The event had ice cream from the ...