Fruit Tree Pruning Clinic
Join us to learn how to prune apples and peaches at the farm. This class is held rain or shine at White House Fruit Farm and will feature demos by Eric Barrett of the OSU Extension, Dave and David Hull of White House Fruit Farm. Bring a lawn chair for sea ...
Urban & Innovative Ag Grant (FSA)
Trees near rural property boundaries: what are the laws?
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Reflecting on Our Past and Looking Ahead for 2023
Ohio’s urban influence extends throughout the state, reflecting the unique context of each community. Multiple metropolitan areas link Ohio’s urban, suburban, and rural interests. Check out what we've been up to and what's ahead for 2023 (PDF). ...
Urban Gardens are Good for Ecosystems and Humans
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Garden Art Series: Rustic Clay Pot Rainchain
Join the Mahoning County Master Gardeners for the 2023 Garden Art Series. Workshops run on select dates from April- December at 6 pm in the Mahoning County Extension Office. Topic: Rustic Clay Pot Rainchain Details: A replacement of downspouts offers a ...
Fruit 101: Small Farm and Backyard Fruit Production
To Register: Call 330-533-5538 Click HERE to Learn More Join our Small Fruits Specialist, Dr. Gary Gao to learn to grow various types of fruit on small acreage or your backyard. Focus of this class will be small fruits, including berries, grapes, elderber ...
2023 Spring Garden Workshop- Join us to learn about Garden Spaces, Perennials, Containers, and more!
Join us on consecutive Saturdays in April for our annual Spring Garden Workshop series. G et inspired for the 2023 gardening season by learning from two keynote presentations, choosing from breakout sessions, winning door prizes, and having tons of fun! T ...
Conservation Tillage & Technology Conference March 14-15 in Ada
The Conservation Tillage & Technology Conference (CTC) will be held in- person March 14-15 at Ohio Northern University in Ada. This year’s conference will feature David Hula, four-time winner of the National Corn Growers Association Yield Contest and ...
‘Warm’ Winter Days…What This Means for Wheat
Across Ohio, the average air temperature was 8-10°F warmer in January and February (so far) (Table 1). Due to these warmer winter temperatures, wheat may appear greener than usual and also raises the question, “Will the vernalization requirement be met?” ...