CFAES Recognition Banquet
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NSCW Long-term Goals
Long-term Goals (3-4 years) of the Signature Program: Reduced incidence of cyano bacteria and resulting toxin in Lake Erie waters, especially the western basin Reduced loading of Phosphorus in accordance with the Phosphorus Task Force goals Utilization of ...
NSCW Intermediate Goals
Intermediate Goals (1-2 years) of the Signature Program: Conduct cooperative on farm and field trials for BMP of application method, timing and nutrient rates. Adoption of soil testing and utilization of Tri-state fertilizer recommendations for agronomic ...
NSCW Integral Parts
Nutrient Stewardship for Cleaner Water has five integral parts: Verification and development of best management practices for application and timing to limit soluble nutrient loss Verification/adjustment of the Tri-state Fertility Guide rates for crop pro ...
OARDC Annual Research Conference
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OSU Agronomic Crop Internship in Darke County
The Ohio State University Agronomic Crops Team is starting a new summer program in 2015 aimed at providing a rich training experience to undergraduate students in a wide diversity of disciplines related to agronomic crop research. These Agronomic Crop Res ...
CANCELLED March webinar by Dean McPheron
CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS. Monthly webinar for faculty and staff by CFAES Dean Bruce McPheron. View on YouTube. Look for the link in your email. ...
OARDC/ATI Town Hall Meeting
Town hall meeting for faculty, staff and students at Wooster hosted by OARDC Staff Council. CFAES Dean Bruce McPheron, ATI Interim Director Jim Kinder, OARDC Director Steve Slack, CFAES Senior Associate Dean Ron Hendrick and OARDC Associate Director Dave ...
Investiture of President Drake
The Investiture of Michael V. Drake, MD, as 15th president of The Ohio State University. A limited number of tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To request a ticket, email email@example.com. ...
Comparing Ohio’s Proposed Algae Control Legislation
Senate and House bills on algae control differ On March 10, the Ohio House of Representatives passed H.B. 61, a proposal to address Ohio’s toxic algae issues. Last month, the Ohio Senate approved a bill on the same issue, but with several points of diff ...