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  1. "Tearing Down the Walls" Strengthening: Hamilton County 4-H

    https://hamilton.osu.edu/news/strengthing-hamilton-county-4-h-0

    person one club advisor or lead volunteer must attend one of these. 3/25/2020 Advisor Update ... selling any products will not need to pay any fees! For questions contact: Mary Dudley, Agriculture ... Member Agricultural Scholarship – April 1, 2020 • Community Member Agricultural Scholarship – April 1, ...

  2. Hamilton County Master Gardener Volunteers Provide Gardening Series at Summit Park

    https://hamilton.osu.edu/news/hamilton-county-master-gardener-volunteers-provide-gardening-series-summit-park

    Join Hamilton County Master Gardener Volunteers at Summit Park in the North Tower Room  for ... a 5-week series.  Each week Master Gardeners will cover a new topic about helpful ways to improve your yard ... and gardens. March 4th – Landscaping March 11th – Pollinator Gardens using Native Plants and ...

  3. "Routine" Strengthening: Hamilton County 4-H 2-18-20

    https://hamilton.osu.edu/news/strengthing-hamilton-county-4-h

    Member Agricultural Scholarship – April 1, 2020 • Community Member Agricultural Scholarship – April 1, ... University Extension Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center cfaes.osu.edu ©2019, The Ohio State ...

  4. MGVs Join Vegetable Trials

    https://mastergardener.osu.edu/news/mgvs-join-vegetable-trials

    The Ohio State University is conducting vegetable trials with home gardeners. We want your opinion ... choose. You may choose how many of these that you would like to try in your garden. For each vegetable ... enough seed to grow a 10-foot row of each variety, growing instructions with garden layout options, and ...

  5. MGVs Join Vegetable Trials

    https://mastergardener.osu.edu/news/mgvs-join-vegetable-trials-0

    The Ohio State University is conducting vegetable trials with home gardeners. We want your opinion ... choose. You may choose how many of these that you would like to try in your garden. For each vegetable ... enough seed to grow a 10-foot row of each variety, growing instructions with garden layout options, and ...

  6. From Burkina Faso to Piketon: Dr. Compaore collaborates with soil/water program

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/newsletter/winter-2020-achievements-edition/from-burkina-faso-piketon-dr-compaore-collaborates-with

    leading soil scientists in Burkina Faso. His professional development training was focused on conservation ... agriculture related to long-term, no-till cropping diversity with cover crops and soil amendments with ... By Dr. Rafiq Islam SWBR Program Leader Dr. Emmanuel Compaore, Head of the Soil Chemistry Division ...

  7. Fruit Pruning School

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/events/fruit-pruning-school

    growers and gardeners. “Most of the cold days should be over, making March the best time to prune fruit ... lot of growers and gardeners have apples and peaches, so we decided to expand the pruning school to ...

  8. Pruning School to be held at OSU South Centers in March

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/pruning-school-be-held-osu-south-centers-in-march

    is an ideal time to start pruning for most growers and gardeners. “Most of the cold days should be ... demonstrations on apple and peach tree pruning.  “A lot of growers and gardeners have apples and peaches, so we ...

  9. OSU’s science-based knowledge translation to Republic of Kazakhstan

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/newsletter/winter-2020-achievements-edition/osus-science-based-knowledge-translation-republic

    Healthy Soil, Healthy Food, and Healthy People at the sustainable agriculture session.   This ... Soil, Water, and Bioenergy Resources at The Ohio State University South Centers, was invited on behalf ... Kazakhstan.  AgTech Summit covered a wide range of topics that related to the development of agricultural ...

  10. Global Climate Change: Update 2020

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/cdfs-203

    arrangement leads to “ice house Earth,” where glaciers and snow are common. As you can see by Figure 1, Earth ... 2000). The cycles that we observe in this figure lead to cold periods that last about 80,000 years, and ... “modern” in the sense of having developed civilization (written languages, agriculture, etc.) is due to end ...

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