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  1. Chow Line: Whole grains a whole lot better (for 7/14/02)

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/chow-line-whole-grains-whole-lot-better-71402

    June 25, 2002 I happen to like whole-wheat bread, brown rice and other whole grains, but I have ... reduce the risk of heart disease and some types of cancer. In fact, in 1999, the Food and Drug ... helps improve insulin sensitivity, which would help prevent type II diabetes as well as heart disease ...

  2. Building a Better Smoothie

    https://montgomery.osu.edu/news/building-better-smoothie

    Extension Montgomery County Reviewed By Dasia Brown, FCS/4-H Program Assistant, OSU Extension, Montgomery ...

  3. Put a Spring in your Step!

    https://montgomery.osu.edu/news/put-spring-your-step

    4-H/Family Consumer Sciences, Montgomery County, brown.5517@osu.edu ...

  4. Shrub Rose Versatility Appealing to Flower-Lovers

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/shrub-rose-versatility-appealing-flower-lovers

    greenhouse professionals plant selection and maintenance information, pest and disease management tips, ... tolerance to pests and diseases. "People are always looking for plants that don't require a lot of ... Extension Nursery, Landscape and Turf Team. Candace Pollock Gary Anderson False False False False False ...

  5. Ohio State Offers New Master in Plant Health Management Degree

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/ohio-state-offers-new-master-plant-health-management-degree

    Dorrance said. “Extension educators, crop advisers and turf/landscape managers are well-suited for this ... diseases, insects or weeds, but we must integrate this information in order to make optimal recommendations ...

  6. Low Risk of Stewart's Disease on Corn Predicted

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/low-risk-stewarts-disease-corn-predicted

    predicted to be low throughout much of Ohio's corn crop this year. The disease is caused by a bacterium ... Stewart's Disease should a negligible threat in 2009. "The numbers indicate that the risk of ... Index values less than 90 indicate a negligible disease threat, 90-95 indicates low to moderate levels, ...

  7. Proper Proline Management Needed for Effective Results

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/proper-proline-management-needed-effective-results

    fungicide available to farmers that controls a wide variety of crop diseases, including head scab. Head scab ... is a serious wheat disease that attacks the plant during flowering under moist conditions. The ... disease infects the wheat heads, causing shrunken, lightweight kernels, thereby reducing the quality and ...

  8. Frogeye, Not Rust, Found in Ohio Soybean Sentinel Plots

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/frogeye-not-rust-found-ohio-soybean-sentinel-plots

    For future updates on frogeye and other soybean foliar diseases, log on to Ohio State ... line of defense against more immediate, threatening diseases. One of those is frogeye leaf spot.   The ... foliar disease, rare in Ohio, was recently identified at one of the 45 sentinel plot locations. ...

  9. Chow Line: Eat for a healthy heart (for 2/14/10)

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/chow-line-eat-healthy-heart-21410-1

    consumption of whole grains (not all grains) is associated with a lower risk of heart disease. My family has ... a history of heart disease. What should I focus on to make my diet as heart-healthy as possible? Whether or ... not you have a family history of heart disease, it's a good idea to follow a heart-healthy diet. ...

  10. Soybean Rust Next to Impossible to Predict

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/soybean-rust-next-impossible-predict

    regarding soybean rust. The goal is to provide media with the latest updates on the disease and Ohio ... State's role in research and education. These updates are expected to continue throughout 2005. WOOSTER, ... disease strike Ohio, and if so, when? Anne Dorrance, an Ohio State University plant pathologist with the ...

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