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  1. Chow Line: Leafy Greens Suspected in Latest E. coli Food Poisoning Cases

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/chow-line-leafy-greens-suspected-latest-e-coli-food-poisoning-cases-0

    coli  that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says is closely related genetically to the ...

  2. Chow Line: Internal Temperature of 165 F Needed for Chicken to Prevent Foodborne Illness

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/chow-line-internal-temperature-165-f-needed-chicken-prevent-foodborne-illness

    to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s best to use a food thermometer placed in the ...

  3. FST student conducts research in Nicaragua

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/fst-student-conducts-research-nicaragua

    Diarrheal Disease Transmission in Developing Countries (PI: Lee)’. ...

  4. News: Carrier of Lyme Disease, Blacklegged Ticks Now Established in Ohio

    https://entomology.osu.edu/news/news-carrier-lyme-disease-blacklegged-ticks-now-established-ohio

    blacklegged ticks and Lyme disease are now an emerging public health concern in Ohio, as tick populations ... carrying the disease have become established, particularly in the eastern half of the state. Full Story ...

  5. Association for International Agriculture and Rural Development Annual Meeting

    https://ipa.osu.edu/events/association-international-agriculture-and-rural-development-annual-meeting

    practitioners about best practices in the field.  Please visit the AIARD conference webpage for more updated ...

  6. Ohio State scientists affiliated with IPM Innovation Lab work with Kenya’s Kongai Tisa Farmer Association to improve tomato production

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-scientists-affiliated-ipm-innovation-lab-work-kenya%E2%80%99s-kongai-tisa-farmer-association

    their production and manage critical pests and diseases of tomato, their most important cash crop. This ... in East Africa, began five years ago when Kenyan farmers indicated a variety of diseases and insect ... pests were reducing their tomato harvest. These diseases include bacterial wilt, late blight, and Tomato ...

  7. Ohio State Researchers: Eating Tomatoes May Protect Against Skin Cancer

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-researchers-eating-tomatoes-may-protect-against-skin-cancer

    risk for skin-related diseases, could provide a significant benefit,” Cooperstone said. “Foods are not ... drugs, but they can possibly over the lifetime of consumption alter the development of certain diseases ...

  8. Helpful Resources

    https://fst.osu.edu/alumni/helpful-resources

    Alumni Career Management Order your transcript Update your information ...

  9. Workshop and a Bagamoyo Farmer Make Seedling Health the Foundation of IPM

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/workshop-and-bagamoyo-farmer-make-seedling-health-foundation-ipm

    quality seedlings is a business: it is real and profitable.   “To produce seedlings free of disease ... seedlings from insects, vectors, and diseases. The result is a product – healthy seedlings – that bring his ... already has a root disease and insect eggs, you are just planting your headache for the season. Why would ...

  10. Pest and Disease Diagnostics for International Trade and Food Security: An International Short Course

    https://ipa.osu.edu/events/pest-and-disease-diagnostics-international-trade-and-food-security-international-short-course

    Pest and Disease Diagnostics for International Trade and Food Security: An International Short ...

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