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  1. Snow and Freezing Temperatures Bring Harvest Challenges

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/snow-and-freezing-temperatures-bring-harvest-challenges

    tear. Another important factor to consider is the soil. When you run a combine and a grain cart over ... wet, cold soil, compaction and rutting will happen. It is best to be patient and wait for a time when ... either the soil is frozen enough to be on, or the soil is dry enough to reduce compaction chances. The ...

  2. New Dietary Guidelines for 2020-2025

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    The Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services update the Dietary Guidelines for ... percent exceed the limit for saturated fat; and 90 percent exceed the Chronic Disease Risk Reduction ...

  3. ARC/PLC Considerations for 2021

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    Each year crop farmers have the option to enroll in either the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) or ... program that you select! This is a risk management program, not a guaranteed payout. So, what do you do? ... The most conservative risk management strategy is to select PLC and then purchase the maximum amount ...

  4. Focus on Health in 2021

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    improve everyone’s health? *Be active 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week to reduce your risk of chronic ... a night to reduce your risk of chronic conditions- children need 12-13 hours of sleep.  Review your habits ... else. Read, play a board game, or tidy up before bedtime. *Stop tobacco use to reduce your risk of cancer ...

  5. Living Landscape Event Series

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    Living Landscape Speaker Series and Franklin County Master Gardener Volunteer Day of Education ... a celebration of the unprogrammed qualities of our gardens and community landscapes. There is a special link to ...

  6. Increased Fertilizer Applications May Not Increase Yield or Profits

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    nutrients in the soil. The goal was to reduce fertilizer costs without reducing yield, thus increasing ... Unfortunately, some nutrients will escape our soils regardless of the level of management. Some slowly leach down ... through the soil until they are out of reach of plant roots. Others may get washed away in runoff after ...

  7. Living Landscape Event Series

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    Birds and Other Wildlife January 29, 2021, 10:00 a.m.   Deb Knapke: Eco-Conscious Gardening: From ... co-sponsored by OSU Entomology and The Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Garden, in cooperation with the Franklin ... County Master Gardener Volunteers and the Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Garden Volunteers. Funding is ...

  8. Living Landscape Event Series

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    Living Landscape Speaker Series Join fellow gardeners and nature enthusiasts throughout January ... wood to the landscape, plus how to best configure resources for garden visitors. ...

  9. Winter Pasture Management

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    livestock producers with stock out on winter pastures.  Saturated unfrozen soils, dormant pasture grasses, ... Through careful management, the productivity of the pasture can increase from year to year.  When soils do ... soil didn’t freeze and the sod base was destroyed as cattle wintered on stockpiled fescue/clover ...

  10. Chamaecyparis Obtusa

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    about everyone, but especially difficult for gardeners and outdoors folk. While we understand and find ... and moist soils in part to full sun and is susceptible to juniper blight, root rot, and pests such as ...

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