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  1. Extensive Spread of Corn Toxin Could Affect 2019 Crop

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/extensive-spread-corn-toxin-could-affect-2019-crop

    Extension is the outreach arm of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). The ... “there’s nothing you can do after the fact” to control the disease, Paul said. As a result, it’s important ... odds of that happening. If the crop does get infected, the damage is less extensive.   In a field ...

  2. Public Input Wanted on Plan to Improve Ohio Agriculture

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/public-input-wanted-plan-improve-ohio-agriculture

    agricultural workforce, funding research on urban farming and safe ways to apply fertilizers that don’t ... according to the U.S Department of Agriculture. At the same time, many Ohio farmers face low commodity ... those challenges in mind, Ohio Smart Agriculture: Solutions from the Land, a statewide farmer-led ...

  3. Need Farm Workers? It could get easier

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/need-farm-workers-it-could-get-easier

    rules  on getting visas for temporary foreign workers will allow agricultural employers to pay migrant ... State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). The rule changes are scheduled ... temporary migrant field workers for less than they do now,” Chen said. “But they’ll still be required to pay ...

  4. Cinderella Pumpkins? Yes, That's A Real Thing

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/cinderella-pumpkins-yes-thats-real-thing

    Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University. Pumpkins are constantly ... helps lead OSU Extension’s research testing pumpkin seeds from all over the world, to ensure the new ... varieties hold up in different climates and fend off diseases. One of the varieties being grown and tested ...

  5. Ohio State Organic Experts Among OEFFA Conference Speakers

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-organic-experts-among-oeffa-conference-speakers

    soils, sometimes present in cities, healthy for urban farming. How a new perennial grain could have ... people — farmers, gardeners, foodies, green living advocates and others — are expected to attend. The ... place in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2016 Certified Organic ...

  6. Farm Income Expected to Rise

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    be optimistic, according to an agricultural economist from the College of Food, Agricultural, and ... Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics at The Ohio State University. Prices for ... corn, soybeans wheat and other agricultural commodities started to decline after their peak in 2012, ...

  7. Register Soon for Greenhouse Hydroponics Workshop

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    soil. The event is Feb. 8-9 at the  Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center  (OARDC), part of ... the Wooster campus of Ohio State’s  College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences ... Agricultural and Biological Engineering. Ling has organized the annual greenhouse workshop since 1999. Benefits ...

  8. Hands-On Pruning Workshop

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    The OSU Extension Miami County Master Gardener Volunteers invite you to attend a course on late ... Winter/early Spring tree and shrub pruning. Hosted by Dan Poast, Master Gardener Volunteer and Certified ISA ...

  9. Roots at the Root of Greenhouse Management Workshop

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    professor in Ohio State’s  Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, said this year’s ... biostimulants and concurrent sessions on container culture of ornamentals and hydroponic and soil-less culture ... facilities and greenhouses on the Wooster campus of Ohio State’s  College of Food, Agricultural, and ...

  10. Higher Carbon Dioxide Levels Prompt More Plant Growth, But Fewer Nutrients

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/higher-carbon-dioxide-levels-prompt-more-plant-growth-fewer-nutrients

    growing faster, but they have on average more starch, less protein and fewer key vitamins in them, said ... State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). This change is ... as higher protein levels. So, as carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere rise, there is less ...

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