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Home Horticulture Series- Manage Your Lawn & Your Stormwater Footprint
you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Manage your Lawn & your Storm Water Footprint, Butler ...
Greenhouse Management Workshop: Integrated Disease & Insect Management- A Virtual Event
diseases,” Anna Testen, research plant pathologist, USDA-ARS Research updates: Crazy root disease, Chris ... 26–28, 2022. The workshop will focus on integrated management of insects and diseases, with the speakers ... diseases: Overview, prevention, and management,” Judit Monis, global plant pathology director, Ball ...
How (and why) to make your farm more weather resilient
drainage, irrigation, or switching to a more disease-resistant crop variety. It’s affected by finances—Can ...
About Trumbull County
resources. These program areas – and many other special topics – are continuously evaluated and updated to ...
2022 Virtual Food Service Conference
conference agenda and times will be posted soon. Check back regularly for updates. Questions: Please call ...
2022 Trumbull County Fair
Check out the webpage for scheduling updates. ...
Ohio State scientist appointed chair of FDA Science Board
practices that protect public health and prevent foodborne diseases. CFI has been involved in numerous ...
New Pesticide Applicator Training- October 13, 2021- Online Webinar
8- Turf- The application of pesticides to lawns, turf, sod, or to soil areas being prepared for the ... will choose between Industrial Vegetation (Category 5) and Turf (Category 8). No testing is available ... production of turf for the control of pests except vertebrates. NOTE: this category is permitted to make 6c ...
Greenhouse Management Workshop set for Jan. 26–28
pathologist, USDA-ARS Research updates: Crazy root disease, Chris Taylor, associate professor of molecular ... diseases, with the speakers being experts from CFAES, the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural ... management of mites in controlled environments,” Canas “Ornamental viral diseases: Overview, prevention, and ...
Chow Line: Spring is a good time to increase and diversify your fruit and vegetable intake
as E. coli, listeria, and salmonella, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As ... such, nearly half of all foodborne diseases are caused by germs on fresh produce, the CDC says. While ...