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Dr. Gary Gao
extension programs, recently I've been focused on the Fall Fruit Research Updates, Fruit Pruning ...
Dr. Eric Stockinger
diseases that render the grain unsellable. These are long-term goals with real world applications. ...
Dr. David M. Francis
is responsible for resistance to disease. I also had really good botany instructors as an ...
fungicide applications in soybean with a focus on the Frogeye Leaf Spot disease in soybean (caused by ...
out of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, disease, quarantine, governmental preemption in connection with ...
Soil-ology: Do You Dig It?
been proven to produce fewer insects and disease problems on the plants. Why? The increase in good ... microorganisms helps to reduce disease, and better growing conditions help make plants naturally resistant to ... pests. Did you know? Each year, thousands of tons of kitchen scraps, lawn clippings, and waste from ...
Welcome Dr. Thainá Landim de Barros to the Department of Animal Sciences.
diseases, demands from our society, and climate change. She also is looking forward to collaborating with ...
Dr. Gardner Wins Outstanding Service to Students Award
science, he is the faculty advisor to the OSU Turf Club, as well as being actively involved in the Turf ... Industry both locally & nationally. Jasmine Mabry (graduating senior & member of the Turf Club) had ... Turf Club, and of all his students majoring or minoring in Turfgrass Science." Brandon Stith, OSU ...
Renovate your lawn; How to, step by step
In the brief and to the point videos embedded below, Dr. Zane Raudenbush, turf grass scientist at ... The Ohio State University, gives a six step presentation on lawn renovation. If you are considering ... a renovation of your lawn, it needs to begin immediately and be completed by mid-September. Assessing the ...
Creating a Virtual Perspective
turf, landscape and other professionals. Identify issues related to authoring, delivering, and ...