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Can Making High Tunnels Increase Farm Profits?
vegetable production may lead to yield reductions and, depending on the crop, soil-borne disease ...
CFAES News: 'Plant That Ate the South' Is Here: Poster Tells Public to Watch Out for Kudzu
disease and hemlock woolly adelgids, to name a few. Copies of the kudzu poster have been sent to Ohio’s ...
“Fresh Market Tomato fertility – the never-ending battle against fruit physiological disorders”
water, too much heat or high amounts of plant disease or insect infections. For now, recommendations ...
products in and around cities (Brown and Carter 2003). Agriculture is a critical part of any movement ...
Getting to Know Salamanders in Ohio- OSUE Publication 941
the water quality was poor, that salamander wouldn’t be there,” Titchenell said. Disease, pollution, ...
Aquaculture Education Update
By Matthew A. Smith, Aquaculture Extension Specialist It’s been a busy few months for the Extension Aquaculture Program since the last Ohio State University South Centers Connections Newsletter was released. Our first big education moment of the quarter ...
The Endangered Timber Rattlesnake
a different "timbre." Its midnight-brown and mustard-gold keeled scales swirled in front of my eyes, ...
OSU-RIO collaboration broadcasts update
By: Patrick Dengel, OSU- RIO Grande Collaboration Coordinator and Business Development Specialist OSU-RIO collaboration broadcasts are multi-media (Radio, TV, YouTube and live Internet streaming) educational shows with a host of different topics that pr ...
Bombarded by Red-necked Grebes UPDATE- Ohio Birds and BioDiversity- Jim McCormac
Red-necked Grebes are normally a rare sight in Ohio, or anywhere else in the interior U.S. south of the Great Lakes and away from the Atlantic Ocean. Not this March, however- these chunky grebes have staged an invasion of epic proportions; a movement prev ...