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  1. Sustainable Crop Rotations with Cover Crops

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/SAG-9

    nutrient leaching; increased water infiltration; improved soil biodiversity; weed control and disease ... are good for reducing compaction, recycling nutrients, and weed control and disease suppression. ... triticale, field pea, Sorghum Sudan grass, teff. For weed control and disease suppression: cereal rye, ...

  2. Processed Meats, Red Meats and Colorectal Cancer Risk

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5587

    Experience of inflammatory bowel diseases (for example Crohn’s disease). A family history of colon or rectal ... personal life. References Alisson-Silva, F., Kawanishi, K., & Varki, A. (2016). Human risk of diseases ... cancer.org/cancer/types/colon-rectal-cancer/about/what-is-colorectal-cancer.html American Institute for Cancer Research (October 2012). Updated Estimates: Preventing Half of ...

  3. Bacterial Spot of Stone Fruits

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-38

    Pathology Bacterial spot affects peaches, nectarines, apricots, plums, prunes and cherries. The disease is ... the tree, predisposing it to winter injury and attack by other pathogens. The disease is usually more ... disease than devitalized, neglected trees. Figure 1. Bacterial spot on peach leaf. Note the “shot-holes” ...

  4. Ohio Farm Custom Rates 2016

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/aede-11-16

    Max Hay / Straw Harvest             Mowing / Acre $12.60 $7.59 $17.58 $12.00 $3.00 $25.00 ... Mowing/Conditioning / Acre $13.45 $8.28 $18.59 $13.50 $5.00 $30.00 Raking / Acre $7.05 $4.21 $9.88 $6.88 $3.00 $16.00 ...

  5. MyPlate-Guided Rainbow of Colors Choice System for Food Pantry Staff and Volunteers

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5585

    Why Might MyPlate-Guided Choice Be Important? Obesity and associated chronic diseases, such as ... diabetes and heart disease, are growing epidemics in Ohio and the United States. These illnesses are costly ... diseases (Seligman, Bindman, Vittinghoff, Kanaya, & Kushel, 2007). People who are food insecure have ...

  6. Best Practices for Effective Spraying in Orchards and Vineyards

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-539

    case when spraying fruit trees and grapevines for insect, disease, and mite control. Grapevines and ... of sprayers are used for treating pests (weeds, insects, and diseases) in vineyards and orchards ... outer edge of the row, which reduces protection against insects and diseases. Some studies indicate that ...

  7. Fruit Rots of Blueberry: Alternaria, Anthracnose, and Botrytis

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-44

    the field on overripe fruit. Anthracnose (ripe rot) is a serious preharvest and postharvest disease ... . Botrytis fruit rot is typically a minor disease but can become severe. Other fruit rots are less common. ... Botrytis mycelium is grayer and less dense than the greener Alternaria mycelium. This disease can also ...

  8. Oak Wilt

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-tree-02

    of Plant Pathology, The Ohio State University Oak wilt is a serious and often deadly vascular disease ... (bur, chinquapin, post, swamp white, and white oak) (Figure 1B) are more tolerant of the disease and may ... symptoms, so proper disease diagnosis is critical. Among these factors are drought, construction damage, and ...

  9. Shiitake Mushroom Production: Inoculating Logs with Spawn

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/f-0040

    disease damage should not be used. Optimum log size is 4–6 inches in diameter (although larger sizes may ... to inoculation. Log contaminants (insects, diseases, etc.) can be reduced by storing the logs off the ... have the maximum number of suitable logs that are easily inoculated. All diseased and wounded sections, ...

  10. Rusts of Apple

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-02

    PLPATH-FRU-02 05/06/2016 Michael A. Ellis, Department of Plant Pathology Three rust diseases occur ... globosum. The disease cycle for all three rusts is essentially the same. The disease cycle for cedar-apple ... until the second spring. The complete disease cycle requires almost two years.   Control Grow resistant ...

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