Time to Think about Planting Peas
Peas are one of the easiest vegetables to grow in a garden or even in containers, if you remember to plant them early. They do not like our hot summers, but don’t mind light frosts, so they should be planted in March or early April so they can grow, b ...
Butler County Farm Day
This event is free and open to the public. Butler County Farm Day Flyer ...
Tuned In, or Tuned Out: How is Technology Affecting Your Family?
Laptops, iPads, iPods, smart phones and other technological gadgets seem to be taking over our pockets and purses with no end in sight. Technology is everywhere! According to a 2005 survey, most Americans, including children, spend at least nine hours a ...
Master Gardener Volunteer Annual Spring Plant Sale
Plant sale starts at 10:00 am and lasts until plants are sold out! All plants are carefully transplanted by Master Gardeners from their own gardens! New and gently used garden tools and decor will also be available. Master Gardener Volunteer Annual Plan ...
OSUE Volunteer Appreciation Reception and Open House
Floriculture Crop Improvement Program
http://oardc.osu.edu/joneslab/ Dr. Michelle Jones ...
Ohio 4-H Night at the Dayton Dragons
Ohio 4-H Night at the Dayton Dragons Flyer ...
Undergraduate Research Scholarship awarded to Elizabeth Baskin
Elizabeth was awarded a 2012 Undergraduate Research Scholarship from the College of Arts and Sciences for her research project using Genotyping-by-Sequencing in soybean populations. Congratulations, Liz! ...
Managing "Pollen Drift" to Minimize Contamination of Non-GMO Corn
Author: Peter Thomison Summarized by: Cindy Meyer In the last C.O.R.N newsletter (corn.osu.edu, Edition 4) Peter Thomison addresses the concerns of cross-pollination of non-genetically modified organism (GMO) corn with nearby GMO corn. This is of great ...
Going Against the Grain- Grain Safety Training Program
Going Against the Grain Flyer ...