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Let’s Be Fit with Tamara Kissinger
potential clientele to keep them updated on current topics and tips related to a healthy living lifestyle,” ...
development on soil health, soilborne disease and biocontrol, conservation tillage, cropping diversity with ...
critical to collect the cuttings that are free of insect, disease, and cold damage. Cuttings can be rooted ... diseases and insects will be better managed. We have used this pruning method in our trials at CFAES South ... a screening device, such as a grape de-stemmer. Insects and Diseases Japanese beetles have been observed as ...
New grant dollars to aid tomato soil health research, crop management
researching and refining tomato crop fertility and nutrition as well as disease controls for the past 20 ...
Greene County Beef Weigh-In Information
steers must be 100% dairy selected from the following breeds: Holstein, Brown Swiss, Ayrshire, or a cross ... exhibitors at the December weigh-in. We have updated and revised some rules and want to make sure that ...
Ohio Farm Custom Rate Survey- 2022
about farm custom work rates and machinery rental rates in Ohio. This information is updated every-other ...
SBDC at South Centers: Here to support you
businesses with regular updates on COVID-related funding opportunities throughout the past year as well as ...
South Centers Turns 30
Catering, program updates, tours of the facilities, and a special presentation honoring four employees who ...
Highlights of the Fruit Extension Program and Research Projects
throughout. Fall Fruit Research Updates and Live Q&A II The usual Blueberry, Bramble, and Grape Field ... Night in July or August was replaced with Fall Fruit Research Updates with Live Q&A delivered ...
Can Animals Spread Disease to Humans?
and cause illness – these are known as zoonotic diseases or zoonosis. According to the World Health ... Organization (2020), a zoonosis is an infectious disease that has jumped from an animal to humans. Zoonotic ... pathogens can be either bacterial, viral, or parasitic. How can they spread? The Centers for Disease ...