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  1. Predictions of Frost on the Horizon

    https://lucas.osu.edu/news/predictions-frost-horizon

    accumulations are expected.  But want will those temperatures do to the plants in our landscapes and gardens? If ... as a possible explaination later in the season.  If you have any questions about your garden or ...

  2. Full Bracket

    https://agnr.osu.edu/events/agriculture-and-natural-resources-madness/full-bracket

    Ohio Farm to School Horticulture Fruit Production Vegetable Production Urban Agriculture Week #6 (April ... Bracket: Urban Agriculture Return to Top 9:00 a.m. tip-off Marketing Strategies for Urban Farmers 2020 Eric ... tip-off Resiliency for Urban Farmers 2020 Jacqueline Kowalski, Agricultural and Natural Resources ...

  3. Backyard Vegetable Gardening Part 1- Getting Started

    https://greene.osu.edu/events/backyard-vegetable-gardening-part-1-getting-started

    Join us to learn more about how to start your own garden during COVID-19. You may even learn ... a quick tip or two for the established home garden. Topics will range from soil health, considerations on ... an open forum for home garden questions. If you have questions now, feel free to submit them with the ...

  4. Helpful Resources for Fruit Growers

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/newsletter/spring-2020/helpful-resources-for-fruit-growers

    Ohio.  During these past two months, we have answered many questions from growers and gardeners ... home gardeners, master gardener volunteers, gardener center employees, and new fruit growers.   There ... is currently a surge in fruit and vegetable production in home gardens.  Many new farmers want to ...

  5. Why the cooperative model could be a key to closing the broadband gap

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/newsletter/spring-2020/why-the-cooperative-model-could-be-key-closing-the-broadband-gap

    health crisis and in our current context, the broadband divide between urban and rural America has become ... reap the benefits of the digital age.” In 2017, the Interagency Task Force on Agriculture and Rural ... infrastructure investments in broadband, reminding people that, “there is a shared destiny between urban and ...

  6. Potential for Toxic Nitrate Levels in Forages

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-13/potential-toxic-nitrate-levels-forages

    environmental stress that significantly slows down plant photosynthesis and metabolism can lead to excessive ... rumen is then absorbed into the bloodstream where it prevents oxygen transport, which leads to death. ... events, and even hail damage in some areas. All these stresses can lead to higher nitrate levels in ...

  7. CFAP Direct Support sign up begins May 26

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/cfap-direct-support-sign-begins-may-26

    By:Peggy Kirk Hall, Associate Professor, Agricultural & Resource Law Wednesday, May 20th, 2020 ...

  8. COVID-19 Talks about Agriculture

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/covid-19-talks-about-agriculture

    OSU Extension, Agriculture and Natural Resources, provides 64 educational events broken into daily ... Marketing Agriculture Products Christie Welch/OSU Extension Direct Marketing Team Using Online Platforms to ... Upcoming: How Producers Can Start Selling Food to Schools Christie Welch, Direct Agricultural Marketing ...

  9. When Can Unlicensed Applicators Spray on the Farm?

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2020-13/when-can-unlicensed-applicators-spray-farm

    testing. Ohio law requires a private pesticide license to use restricted use pesticides in agricultural ... of general use pesticides in agricultural production on the applicator’s property, the employer’s  ...

  10. Planting When the Soil Temperatures are Right!!

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/news/planting-when-soil-temperatures-are-right

    Sunny days no doubt bring lots of gardeners out into the sunshine.  The calendar tells us we could ... be planting early spring crops in the garden but what does the soil thermometer tell us?  If you have ... planted in your garden that just “set” there and did not take off?  Perhaps you planted them in wet soils ...

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