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  1. Gardening Good Therapy for Arthritis Sufferers

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/gardening-good-therapy-arthritis-sufferers

    August 24, 2005 BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Next to walking, gardening is the most preferred form of exercise for arthritis sufferers, and an Ohio State University Extension program is being developed to help garden lovers get the most out of the experience wit ...

  2. Future of Nursery Industry May Lie in A Greenhouse

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/future-nursery-industry-may-lie-greenhouse

    August 19, 2002 COLUMBUS, Ohio- On the Ohio State University agricultural campus sits two new buildings that university horticulturists are banking will change the face of nursery stock production in Ohio. With roll-up end walls and sidewalls and plastic ...

  3. Fungus May Help Control Tick Populations

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/fungus-may-help-control-tick-populations

    July 11, 2001 Editor: Photos are available. Contact Candace Pollock or OARDC photographer Kenneth Chamberlain at (330) 263-3779 or chamberlain.1@osu.edu. COLUMBUS, Ohio- A naturally occurring fungus used as a biopesticide may have some application in cont ...

  4. Fungicides May Aid in Quicker Turf Growth, Healthier Grass

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/fungicides-may-aid-quicker-turf-growth-healthier-grass

    January 26, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Those in the turfgrass industry with little time during the summer to establish turf from seed may get a boost from fungicides, according to an Ohio State University Extension study.   OSU Extension turfgrass specialists ...

  5. Fungicides Best Used for Disease Control

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/fungicides-best-used-disease-control

    July 19, 2007 WOOSTER, Ohio-- Applying fungicides as a plant health benefit, in the absence of disease or under low disease pressures, is not a practice recommended by Ohio State University researchers.   Despite some claims that fungicides can boost corn ...

  6. FSR Grounds a Home for Conservation Efforts

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/fsr-grounds-home-conservation-efforts

    August 8, 2006 LONDON, Ohio-- As part of a comprehensive water management plan, Ohio State University's Molly Caren Agricultural Center has become a site for the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP), and farmers attending this year's ...

  7. FSR Hot Topics: Cost Containment, Bioproducts, Nanotechnology

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/fsr-hot-topics-cost-containment-bioproducts-nanotechnology

    August 21, 2006 LONDON, Ohio-- The Department of Energy predicts that almost half of the country's chemical and industrial material demand will be supplied from renewable feedstocks by 2050. Visitors to Ohio State University's Farm Science Revie ...

  8. FSR Drainage Field Day Combines Conservation with Profit

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/fsr-drainage-field-day-combines-conservation-profit

    July 25, 2006 LONDON, Ohio-- Ohio State University's Farm Science Review will be the site of a three-day event showcasing the latest in cutting edge field drainage technology, combining improved production practices with conservation water management ...

  9. Frost Damage May Contribute to Low Wheat Yields

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/frost-damage-may-contribute-low-wheat-yields

    July 3, 2002 WOOSTER, Ohio- Frost damage on Ohio wheat that occurred earlier in the growing season is becoming more evident now that harvest has begun. Pat Lipps, an Ohio State University plant pathologist with the Ohio Agricultural Research and Developme ...

  10. Frogeye, Not Rust, Found in Ohio Soybean Sentinel Plots

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/frogeye-not-rust-found-ohio-soybean-sentinel-plots

    June 25, 2007 WOOSTER, Ohio-- Ohio State University's soybean sentinel plot program, established in 2005 to track soybean rust (still a no-show in Ohio), is fulfilling its purpose as the first line of defense against more immediate, threatening disea ...

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