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  1. Frost Seeding to Renovate Pasture and Hay Fields

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/frost-seeding-renovate-pasture-and-hay-fields

    cycles of late winter and early spring help to move the seed into good contact with the soil.  The key is ... those freeze/thaw cycles where we have frozen soils in the morning with day-time temperatures in the ... 40’s to thaw soil in the afternoon.  In our area, late February through March is generally a good ...

  2. Conservation Tillage Conference March 3-4 in Ada

    https://hardin.osu.edu/news/conservation-tillage-conference-march-3-4-ada

    agriculture from the past 50 years. Traditional soil conservation topics will include cover crops, no-till, ... The Conservation Tillage Conference (CTC) is the largest agriculture meeting in northwestern ... has been developed by The Ohio State University Extension Specialists along with Agriculture and ...

  3. Soil Health Breakfast Program

    https://hardin.osu.edu/news/soil-health-breakfast-program

    systems that can lead to improved soil health.  Much of the work has been with cover crops with benefits ... 4 program Hans Kok will address the breakfast attendees on soil health.  Sponsored by the American Farmland ... of reducing soil compaction, covering the soil to protect it from erosion by wind and water, ...

  4. Grazing Conference Highlights

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/grazing-conference-highlights

    into the soil. Excessive time in either high or low density can lead to localized compaction (i.e. ... The first Thursday session, “Maximizing Returns Through Soil Health/ Adaptive Grazing” with Kent ... potential to be mutually beneficial to the soil, forages, livestock, and farmer. Working backwards through ...

  5. Young Professional Achievement Award

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/features/young-professional-achievement-award

    the country to be recognized by Project Lead the Way as an Outstanding Engineering Teacher. Cliff is ... contributing to the agriculture industry. Their success is what makes me most proud of my career so far.” ...

  6. News tips and events for the week of Feb. 17

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/news-tips-and-events-for-the-week-feb-17

    State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) and the College of ...   Living Soil  (importance of soil health to food security, human health, economics, and more; includes ... interview with CFAES Distinguished University Professor of Soil Science Rattan Lal), 7–8:50 p.m., plus ...

  7. Warning: Coyotes could be watching you

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/warning-coyotes-could-be-watching-you

    University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) is trying to find out: Has city ... becoming more bold, and if so, what’s causing the change in their disposition. If these wild urban dwellers ... increased their range and their abundance.” For more information about urban coyotes, visit ...

  8. Explore Your Way Through 4-H

    https://fulton.osu.edu/news/explore-your-way-through-4-h

    6 million young people with the skills to lead for a lifetime. In 2019, more than 155,000 young Ohioans ...

  9. Fertilizer applied years ago still affects Lake Erie

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/fertilizer-applied-years-ago-still-affects-lake-erie

    Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). Phosphorus runoff from farm fields is a main cause of the ... systems on fields, more planting of cover crops to increase the soil organic matter and the soil’s ability ... to reduce phosphorus runoff, from applying fertilizer below the surface of the soil to modifying ...

  10. Luis Cañas, Ph.D.

    https://ipa.osu.edu/people/luis-ca%C3%B1as-phd

    Panamerican College of Agriculture: Plant Protection ...

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