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Dr. Doug Karcher
soil moisture. Rough career path that brought you to OSU Started as a Turf Researcher at University ... with teaching, research & extension programs (especially in turf & ornamentals). One of the new ...
Active Master Gardeners
Cooks Training - Updated 11/2021 2020 Master Gardener Class Human Connection to Nature- ...
Stanley D. Gehrt
intraguild relationships between mesopredators Emerging infectious diseases in wildlife, particularly the ... Long-term population ecology and disease dynamics of coyotes in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. We have ...
HCS Alumni Spotlight: Sami Funderburgh, CCA
agronomic ratings (weed control, disease ratings, etc.) while still communicating with customers. At ...
Dr. Karl Danneberger
turfgrass disease prediction models, determined the genetic flow of Poa annua among golf course greens, and ... Instagram (@buckeyturf, @turfclasses, @buckeye_turf_certificates) or the BuckeyeTurf Website- Any- Journal ...
John Carlos Ignacio
disease resistance better if we leverage genomic selection by sharing our germplasm and testing resources ...
Monday Morning Message, October 17
Title: Monday Morning Message Subtitle: SENR Research Committee Update and Resources Add ... update our Pattern of Administration (POA) document to reconstitute and formalize the role of the SENR ...
Online Webinar- New Pesticide Applicator Training- October 4, 2022
application of pesticides to lawns, turf, sod, or to soil areas being prepared for the production of turf for ... Turf (Category 8). No testing is available at the conclusion of this course. Contact the ODA to ... eradication of unwanted vegetation. NOTE: this category is permitted to make 6c applications. 8- Turf- The ...
Richard P. Dick
in relation to long-term use of glyphosate in glyphosate tolerant cropping systems, disease ... suppression of soil borne diseases, methane oxidation, and C sequestration in agricultural, forest soils, and ...
2022 Veggies and More Tour: St. Pat’s Garden
more. Bring a lawn chair for seating and a notepad. Don’t forget your weeds, disease, and insects—we’ll ...