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  1. Unusual Fall Armyworm Outbreak

    https://hardin.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/agnr-news-articles/unusual-fall-armyworm-outbreak

    Hardin County – We have received an unusual number of reports about fall armyworm outbreaks particularly in forage including alfalfa and sorghum sudangrass, and in turf.  Certain hard-hit fields have been all but stripped bare. True or common armyworm is ...

  2. Team to study combined effect of wolves and drought on human, plant and animal communities on rangeland

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/team-study-combined-effect-wolves-and-drought-human-plant-and-animal-communities-rangeland

    School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty member Jeremy Bruskotter is a Co-Principal Investigator on a newly funding 1.6 million National Science Foundation grant to explore the combined effect of wolves and drought on human, plant and animal co ...

  3. Soybean Foliar Products

    https://hardin.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/agnr-news-articles/soybean-foliar-products

    Hardin County- The R3 soybean growth stage is a common time to consider foliar application of fungicide, insecticide, and fertilizer. Before we jump into the potential yield outcomes of these products, let’s define the R3 growth stage. A soybean plant is ...

  4. Campbell Joins the OSU Animal Sciences Department

    https://ansci.osu.edu/news/campbell-joins-osu-animal-sciences-department

    Welcome Dr. Braden Campbell! Dr. Braden Campbell will be joining the Animal Sciences Department as an Assistant Professor on September 15, 2021. Braden has been serving in the Department of Animal Sciences as the Program Coordinator of the OSU Sheep Team. ...

  5. Dive into new soils research with the Knowledge Exchange

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/dive-new-soils-research-knowledge-exchange

    School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty member Christine Sprunger is the featured guest on the latest KX Emerging Research podcast  and shares about new soils research she is leading. The podcast is hosted by Stacy Cochran and Kim Winslow. ...

  6. Dr. Stephen Boyles Named 2021 National Beef Quality Assurance Educator

    https://ansci.osu.edu/news/dr-stephen-boyles-named-2021-national-beef-quality-assurance-educator

    Congratulations Steve! The National Cattlemen's Beef Association and National Beef Board have named Dr. Stephen Boyles, Professor in the OSU Department of Animal Sciences, as the 2021 National Beef Quality Assurance Educator.  The National BQA Educat ...

  7. Lots to see, learn at Gwynne Conservation Area: Farm Science Review 2021

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/lots-see-learn-gwynne-conservation-area-farm-science-review-2021

    If you want to learn more about woods, water, wildlife, and grazing lands—and walk among them while you do it—check out the  Gwynne Conservation Area  at this year’s  Farm Science Review. ...

  8. CROP ALERT AND YARD ALERT! IT’S ARMYWORM by Trevor Corboy

    https://greene.osu.edu/news/crop-alert-and-yard-alert-it%E2%80%99s-armyworm-trevor-corboy

    Calls started coming in about an armyworm that was devouring lawns, pastures, meadows, and alfalfa fields across Ohio. Upon collection of larvae for identification, it was easily IDed as the fall armyworm. The fall armyworm and a close relative, the yello ...

  9. Certified Angus Beef ® Brand Opportunities

    https://ansci.osu.edu/newsletter/student-newsletter/september-20-2021-september-13-2021-september-6-2021-august-30-2021-2

    1) Graduate and Undergraduate Opportunities A new fellowship program with Colorado State University provides one graduate student who is researching beef quality supply the chance to learn more about branded beef. This year's fellow Colton Smith expa ...

  10. Denmandale Dairy- Dairy Plant Manager Position

    https://ansci.osu.edu/newsletter/student-newsletter/september-13-2021-september-6-2021-august-30-2021-august-23-2021

     In 2019, the Denmandale family farm started talking about adding a milk processing plant to the farm. Then, in early 2020,the shortages caused by the COVID-19 pandemic made them realize the needs that existed in the local community.  In just under a year ...

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