Meet Your New Weed Science Extension State Specialist- Dr. Alyssa Essman
If you are a faithful r eader of the CORN newsletter, you’re likely familiar with the name Dr. Alyssa Essman. Currently, Alyssa is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Weed Science with responsibilities in research, teaching, and Extension on a two-year app ...
Sidedressing Manure into Corn
Most of the corn planted this spring has emerged with good stands. With the dry weather, corn is growing slowly and the opportunity to use manure as a side-dress nitrogen source for corn has arrived. The application of manure to corn can make excellent us ...
Congratulations to our faculty on their promotions.
Read more Read more about the promotions Brian Lower, Steve Lyon, and Scott Demyan CONGRATULATIONS Faculty Promotions ...
Late Spring Dry Spell Underway
Memorial Day felt like the typical unofficial start to summer, with highs well into the 80s across the state. This has not been the case much this spring, as average temperatures since April 1 st have been up to 2°F below average. Along with this cooler s ...
Marina Miquilini Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources Greene County email@example.com ...
Faculty member in-coming president of AFHVS
Faculty member Shoshanah Inwood is the in-coming president of the Agriculture, Food, & Human Values Society (AFHVS). The AFHVS founded in 1987 promotes interdisciplinary research and scholarship in the broad areas of agriculture and rural studies. Dr ...
SENR faculty promoted
Congratulations to our faculty who were granted promotion and/or tenure at the May 17, 2023 meeting of the Ohio State University Board of Trustees. Learn more. ...
Agroecology focuses on understanding and applying ecological principles in crop production to integrate natural biological cycles and controls, make efficient use of resources, enhance environmental quality, and increase biodiversity. Please note that Ag ...
Agronomy is the application of biological, chemical and physical principles to crops and cropping systems to increase their efficiency in converting light and supplemental resources into food, feed and fiber products. You’ll learn to effectively regulate ...
Horticulture is the application of scientific principles to grow vegetables, fruits, ornamental plants, and landscape design, as well as business principles to sell the commodities. You’ll learn basic characteristics of a wide variety of plants; includin ...