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How to Keep Your Forest Healthy: July 23 Workshop on Stopping Invasive Insects
thousand cankers disease of walnuts, and what you should do if you find these and any other invasive ...
Building African Food Security One Student at a Time
was a great fit. “I am studying rice blast-- this is one of the important rice diseases in ... Tanzania-- to see if we can evolve new varieties of rice that can be resistant to the rice blast disease ...
1977-2010 Soil Science James H. Brown* (Assistant Director) 1970-1995 Forestry Frank G. Calhoun* 1986-2010 ...
9 Ways to Manage Your Natural Resources: Workshop in NW Ohio
Caterpillar That Ate a Forest: Gypsy Moth Update” by Stone; and “Creating Habitat for Pollinators on Sites ...
Chainsaw Safety, Dozens More Topics in FSR’s Green Gwynne
Virus Update for Ohio” from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Sept. 20. Zika is a mosquito-transmitted virus of concern ...
provide an update on the current techno-economic and environmental status of feedstock logistics for ...
TWEL Alumni Update
Did you know more than 80 students have been engaged in terrestrial wildlife ecology research and projects at The Ohio State University? Are you one of those students? If so, we want to connect with you and learn more about what you've been doing si ...
Dick_R The Interreg-DEVAG Project
agroecological methods to manage insects, diseases and weeds. These pests represent the main cause of loss of ...
Ohio State Experts Offer Tips on Best Management Practices to Keep Phosphorus on the Field, Improve Water Quality
a project to look at phosphorus and potassium in soybeans as part of an overall effort to update the ...
Buckeyes Are Toxic to (Real) Ducks, Say Ohio State Ag Experts, But Biggest Risk May Be on Football Field
Diseases of Poultry. “So we’re probably talking mostly about wild ducks or a few backyard domestic ducks. ...