Enhanced Soil Carbon Farming as a Climate Solution: Pastures and Hayfields in Ohio
The Sustainable Agroecosystems Lab at The Ohio State University, Departments of Horticulture & Crop Science and Animals Sciences is seeking farmers to participate in an on-farm soil assessment to evaluate soil carbon sequestration under perennial past ...
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OSU’s Farm On financial management course released
A new online farm management course offered by The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) will help Ohio’s beginning farmers qualify for the requirements of the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Beginning Fa ...
Alfalfa Weevil – Add it to Your Radar Screen
Even though some parts of Ohio have had a slow, cold spring, it’s still time to start thinking about alfalfa weevil scouting. Overwintered adults begin laying eggs when temperatures exceed 48°F. Peak larval activity and feeding damage occur between 325 ...
Food Preservation Five
Join us for Food Preservation Five in Tuesdays from 12-12:30 p.m. EST. Register to participate in this free webinar series at https://go.osu.edu/2023foodpreservationwebinarseries. Registered participants will receive recorded webinars. Call Candace at 41 ...
Grant Davis, CCA
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Agronomic Crops Team Receives Distinguished Multi-disciplinary Team Extension Award
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Battle for the Belt: Episode 4
Episode 4 of Battle for the Belt is now available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPPaWVMYmoQ I n Episode 4, Dr. Kelley Tilmon, Field Crop Entomologist, discusses the effect of planting date on slugs as well as some management tactics that can help to al ...
Cressleaf groundsel scouting
Much of the state is still wet and waiting for dry conditions to resume field activities. Scouting for weeds now can help spot any issues and plan for spring burndown programs. By late spring, it’s not uncommon to see many fields covered in yellow flowers ...