MS student Shouxin Li awarded scholarship
MS student, Shouxin Li, in the Viticulture Program in HCS, has been recently awarded a national scholarship by the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) at their annual conference held on June 23-27 in Austin, TX. This recognition is awarded ...
Peter Thomison is in the news!
Ohio State expert: Rootless corn can recover By Tracy Turner | Posted on 6/23/2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio- Rootless or "floppy" corn might look questionable, but under the right conditions, it can recover. Corn crops that are leaning or lodged might be ...
Colorado State: Research Associate Position Available
Research Associate Position LOCATION: The San Luis Valley is unique in that it is one of the largest, high altitude (7,600 ft.), irrigated crop production areas in the United States. The area is surrounded by 12,000-14,000 foot mountains. The San Luis Val ...
HCS' Richard Minyo in the news!
New ALMACO plot planter “draws a crowd” June 18, 2014 By Matt Reese Though it may not cover much ground in comparison to some of the giant commercial planters on farms around Ohio, the new specialized planter used to plant plots for the Ohio Corn Performa ...
HCS Course Approved for Digital Book Development
The Department of Horticulture and Crop Science is teaming up with The Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE) to bring course content online! Bruce Ackley, HCS instructor and Extension Program Specialist in Weed Science, submitted a proposal to ...
Dr. Laura Lindsey in the news!
Uneven soybean emergence may not require replanting By Tracy Turner | Posted on 6/12/2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio – Cool, wet, muddy conditions in May and drier soil conditions this month in much of Ohio that contributed to uneven soybean emergence doesn't ne ...
PhD Student, Brian Pace, wins Borlaug Fellowship Grant
Brian Pace has been awarded a grant from the US Borlaug Fellows in Global Food Security Graduate Research Fellowship Grant Program for his proposal entitled, Adaptation of highland Mexican landraces: climate change and global food security. He has been c ...
Dr. Thomison, in the news!
Growers need to consider a variety of factors before deciding to replant crops By Tracy Turner | Posted on 6/3/2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio- Farmers considering whether to replant crops following heavy rains and flooding in Ohio need to first look at the potential ...
HCS faculty and staff mentor award winning high school student!
Horticulture and Crop Science faculty and staff members worked with Upper Arlington High School student Olivia March on her project titled “Effects of Planting Depth and Use of Seed Tape on Germination and Emergence of Corn Seeds”. Dr. Peter Thomison, Dr ...
HCS student wins 2014 Gerald O. Mott Award
Horticulture and Crop Science Graduate Student Alexander Lindsey was awarded the Gerald O. Mott Meritorious Graduate Student Awards in Crop Science. The Mott award recognizes top-notch graduate students pursuing advanced degrees in crop science discipline ...