A note from Andy Londo: Publishing in peer reviewed outlets benefits all of us, and is a requirement for those in faculty positions. It not only provides peer review validation for the quality of your work, but increases the body of knowledge in your subj ...
Preserving the Harvest
A Monthly "How To" Home Canning Series Click HERE for flyer and registration. ...
This is a condensed guide of web links relating to agriculture, natural resources, and the environment. ...
Useful to Usable An online tool enabling farmers and agricultural advisers to better assess how climate patterns in other parts of the world can influence local conditions and corn yields across the Corn Belt. ...
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 ...
Maple Fact Sheets Maple Producers Associations Maple Production Maple Publications Maple Research Centers Maple Fact Sheets Hobby Maple Syrup Production Maple Candy & Other Confections Maple Syrup Fact Sheet with Sample Label (ODA) Keeping Lead Out of ...
Ohio Maple Facts: 4th Largest Producing State in the United States Produce 100,000 Gallons Annually 5 Million Dollar Industry to Ohio’s Economy Approximately 900 Producers Typical Production Information Typical Production Information 5-45 gallons of sap 1 ...
The commercial production of maple products in North America occurs primarily in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. This is the geographic area of greatest abundance of sugar maple (Acer saccharum) and black maple (Acer nigrum), the t ...