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Communiqué February 18, 2011
with CFAES faculty and staff, the ATECH team wants to update the College on the many happenings within ... (http://extensionhr.osu.edu/diversity/diversity.htm) for updates on diversity initiatives and activities within the College of Food, Agricultural, and ...
OARDC Vineyard Update- May 2006
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Communiqué May 9, 2012
be shared. Research in view / OSU:pro update Research in View (RiV), which launched on February 24, ...
Winter Injury Update on Peaches, Grapes, Cherries
" Winter injury is more than expected for much of Eastern winegrape, cherries, and peaches, leading researchers say. However, the true extent of the damage varies from site to site. It’s also important to keep in mind that although bud damage might h ...
Sharing Knowledge in the Developing World: Ohio State Scientist Helps Fight Plant Diseases, Poverty
WOOSTER, Ohio – If knowledge truly is power, Ohio State University plant pathologist Sally Miller believes that sharing knowledge can help alleviate one of the most pressing issues facing millions of people in the developing world: being able to grow enou ...
Communiqué February 20, 2012
The Speed of Trust). As I mentioned during my update at Annual Conference in December, trust is ...
Communiqué November 23, 2011
sure you have updated your OSU name.#.osu.edu e-mail password at https://my.osu.edu, as e-mail will be ...
Bombarded by Red-necked Grebes UPDATE- Ohio Birds and BioDiversity- Jim McCormac
Red-necked Grebes are normally a rare sight in Ohio, or anywhere else in the interior U.S. south of the Great Lakes and away from the Atlantic Ocean. Not this March, however- these chunky grebes have staged an invasion of epic proportions; a movement prev ...
Communiqué January 9, 2012
contact Beth Raney at email@example.com. Personnel Update- October to December 2011 The OSU ... Extension personnel update for October-December 2011 is attached. Related Documents ...
Communiqué August 6, 2014
University Extension Check out further updates via Facebook and Twitter. Information to link to these ...