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  1. Poison Hemlock Resources

    https://holmes.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/poison-hemlock-resources

    Poison Hemlock Holmes County edition Poison Hemlock Identification- Ohio State University Extension Poison Hemlock Identification- USDA Poison Hemlock- The Toxic Parsnip: Purdue Extension I nvasive Plant Series: Poison Hemlock- Purdue Extension Poison Hem ...

  2. Summer Fitness

    https://hardin.osu.edu/news/summer-fitness-0

    Join Jami Dellifield, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator, Hardin County Extension Office,  for Summer Fittness Classes!  Summer Fitness Classes ...

  3. Celebration of Excellence

    https://extension.osu.edu/blog/june-2-2022-1226pm/celebration-excellence

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  4. Ohio Growers, We Invite You to Get Involved in Research

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/ohio-growers-we-invite-you-get-involved-research

    Soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is silently gaining territory in Ohio as SCN numbers are rising. One of the main reasons this nematode remains the most economically important pathogen of soybean is that it can cause yield reduction between 15 to 30% with abso ...

  5. Cloverbud Day Camp

    https://hardin.osu.edu/cloverbud-day-camp

    TOTALLY TIE DYE! Join us for an afternoon of tie dye fun!!  2022 Cloverbud Day Camp ...

  6. June 4-H Newsletter

    https://hardin.osu.edu/news/june-4-h-newsletter

    Read the latest news and updates in the Hardin County JUNE 4-H Newsletter! Lots of important dates and information included inside.  June 4-H Newsletter ...

  7. Agronomic Field Day: June 23 at the Northwest Agriculture Research Station in Wood County

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/agronomic-field-day-june-23-northwest-agriculture-research-station-wood-county

    Join OSU Extension for an Agronomic field day on June 23 at the Northwest Agricultural Research Station in Wood County. Topics include update tar spot in corn, yield response from different sulfur sources used in soybeans, how flooding effects corn, and a ...

  8. Head Scab Risk has Increased Across Ohio

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/head-scab-risk-has-increased-across-ohio

    Due largely to rainfall, high relative humidity, and warmer temperatures over the last several days, the risk for head scab is now moderate across most of the state of Ohio, and high across the south. The risk is low in NW Ohio. This would be the time to ...

  9. Watch for Slug Damage on Seedling Plants

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/watch-slug-damage-seedling-plants

    Cool, wet conditions have been the perfect weather to favor slug populations.  Slugs are able to eat many types of plants, and even in fields that haven’t been sown yet slugs can successfully feed on weeds.  Late planting may cause more slug headaches tha ...

  10. Lep Monitoring Network Update –Trap Count Updates

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/lep-monitoring-network-update-%E2%80%93trap-count-updates

    Black cutworm (BCW), true armyworm (AMW) and European corn borer (ECB) moths continue to be monitored for across Ohio to identify areas with high populations. Black cutworm moth currently has the highest traps count averages across the state. In addition, ...

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