Forage Maturity Across Ohio
Many forage fields were harvested this past week with many more to be harvested this week with the excellent weather ahead. This past week alfalfa fields grew 6-10 inches but didn’t rapidly progress through the maturity growth stages. In general alfalfa ...
Fungicide and Insecticide at Flowering: Is This Really Warranted?
The wheat crop is flowering or will soon begin to flower in southern and central Ohio. Flowering will continue in the northern half of the state over the next two weeks. This is the growth stage as which the crop is most susceptible to infection by Fusari ...
And Now….There’s No Rain – Reminders About Residual Herbicides
It’s always fun when rainfall is feast or famine. Dry periods such as the coming week are great for about everything except weed management. From the perspective of making sure residual herbicides work, we like to see a decent rain about once a week. R ...
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Webinar: Slash Walls: An Effective and Feasible Approach to Growing the Next Generation of Forests
Join Cornell University Cooperative Extension Foresters Peter Smallidge and Brett Chedzoy to learn how slash walls (www.slashwall.info) are tilting the battle to protect regenerating woodlands from detrimental deer browsing. This novel approach of buildi ...
Monday Morning Message, May 22
Title: Monday Morning Message Subtitle: From the desk of Professor and Interim Director Eric Toman Add paragraph: Copy: May 22, 2023 Please join me in congratulating the following faculty on their promotions. It is with great pleasure to share that Br ...
SENR Announcements, May 22
Announcements Highlights Add paragraph: Copy: Celebrations A Garden Party to celebrate graduates was held on the Kottman Hall patio on May 5. Staff from the Academic Team (shown above) hosted the celebration. Photo by Jessica Caton Diefenbach. A couple ...
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KX Elevator Pitch: Jeremy Bruskotter explains changing perceptions of wildlife values
It's a short trip to the top of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Building in the freight elevator. Can Jeremy Bruskotter, social scientist with the School for Environment and Natural Resources, tell us about his research into changing percept ...
In The Conversation
Lack of affordable childcare is hurting young farm families’ ability to grow their businesses – the US farm bill may finally offer some help Read the full article originally published in The Conversation by Shoshanah Inwood, associate professor of rur ...