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Join CFAES in Washington, D.C. for the Big Ten Ag Alumni Reception & New CFAES Pre-Reception
event. Hear exciting updates about the college from CFAES leadership and connect with alumni and ...
Ohio 4-H News and Notes
614-688-1934. Ohio 4-H Professionals' Update Thursday, February 5, 2015 Registration for the Update will ... Google Docs – Melinda Morrison 11:05 Extension Update – Keith Smith 11:25 Minor Participants ... Policy 1.50 12:15 Lunch and Meet with Design Teams 1:25 State 4-H Updates 1:45 New Staff ...
Fact Sheet: What to Look for When Shopping for Whole Grains [PDF] Worksheet: Original and Updated ...
With Changing Climate, Farmers Should Prepare
A warmer winter means that some insects or diseases that used to be killed off by frigid temperatures can ...
ESGP Ph.D. Student Selected to Attend Global Food Security Symposium
his colleagues will also address questions to panel experts via Twitter and provide updated commentary ...
February: Bananas [PDF] [PPT] - January: Fish [PDF] [PPT] 2015 Newsletters Updated Newsletters 2014 ...
Researcher Studying Agriculture Fairs and Flu Among Pigs
Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health. Bowman advises fair goers to wash their hands ...
USAID’s Global Food Security Program names two CFAES graduate students Borlaug Fellows
2013 to conduct a survey of tomato diseases in the region and to work with local farmers in developing ... Research Support Program (IPM-CRSP) – Testen has studied plant diseases that pose critical threats to ...
Recognition program honors CFAES’s finest
Scholarships Nick Doarn, Environmental Science Emma Brown, Environmental Science Taylor Windatt, Natural ...
Gypsy Moth 'Mating Disruption' Treatments to Begin in Eastern and Central Ohio
susceptible to disease and pests, ultimately killing it. “It becomes a nuisance for homeowners because you can ...