Interested in Soil Health? Learn together with OSU Extension
Improving soil health (SH) can provide a variety of benefits including improved water infiltration, increased water holding capacity, and increased nutrient availability. However, it can be challenging to quantify these benefits in the field. With funding ...
Forage Maturity Across Ohio
Warm weather this spring especially over the last couple of weeks has rapidly progressed forage maturity. Harvesting forages at the proper time for the livestock you are feeding is critical to farm profitability. Poor quality forages must be supplemented ...
Gwynn Stewart Scholarship Winner to Attend The Ohio Economic Development Association
AEP Ohio is dedicated to helping educate economic development partners across the state. They provided Gwynn Stewart, Community Development Educator IV in Noble County, with a scholarship to attend the Ohio Economic Development Course offered through the ...
Native Trees: Creating Living Landscapes for Birds, Butterflies, Bees, and Other Beneficials
Ohio Transportation Improvement Districts (TIDs) Fact Sheet Published
As a community and economic development tool, counties can utilize Transportation Improvement Districts (TIDs) to develop transportation projects. TIDS are an innovative community and economic development tool for facilitating planning and funding of road ...
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2022 IMPLAN Reports
OSU Extension's IMPLAN User Team is interested in sharing timely economic reports with area leaders and other county staff on county or regional economies. IMPLAN is an economic input-output tool licensed by the CD unit that offers unique data sets f ...
We are still very early, but if crop stands are a concern…
We are still early, but if you planted in April or the first few days of May, soil conditions have been wet and cold in many parts of the state. Early plantings, cold air/soil temperatures, and precipitation cause slow progress in corn and soybean. In Fig ...
Lep Monitoring Network – Ohio Black Cutworm and True Armyworm Monitoring
The Ohio Lep Network is back for a second year of monitoring Lepidopteran (moth/caterpillar) ag pests in 15 Ohio counties. The counties that will be monitoring in 2023 include Auglaize, Brown, Gallia, Hardin, Highland, Lucas, Muskingum, Pike, Putnam, Trum ...