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  1. Dr. Eric Stockinger

    https://hcs.osu.edu/our-people/dr-eric-stockinger

    diseases that render the grain unsellable. These are long-term goals with real world applications.  ...

  2. Policies

    https://ohio4h.org/4-h-center-0/creating-event-0/policies

    out of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, disease, quarantine, governmental preemption in connection with ...

  3. Dr. David M. Francis

    https://hcs.osu.edu/our-people/dr-david-m-francis

    is responsible for resistance to disease. I also had really good botany instructors as an ...

  4. Tracy Winters

    https://ohio4h.org/people/tracy-winters

    expand natural resources education for Ohio 4-H including updating project books and offering various ...

  5. Agricultural Policy and Outlook Conference

    https://aede.osu.edu/outlook-conference

    Hiring: An Ohio Food & Agricultural Labor Update ” presented by AEDE Assistant Professor Dr. Margaret ...

  6. Fabiano Colet

    https://hcs.osu.edu/our-people/fabiano-colet

    fungicide applications in soybean with a focus on the Frogeye Leaf Spot disease in soybean (caused by  ...

  7. Ohio State Fair Junior Horse Show- Dressage Show

    https://ohio4h.org/events/ohio-state-fair-junior-horse-show-dressage-show-0

    here. Western Dressage tests updated 2022. Stall fee is $50 and should be sent in with Dressage entry ...

  8. Tri-state CSA Conference

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/direct-marketing/tri-state-csa-conference

    from extension experts on a variety of topics. Join our list-serv to get updates on this year's ...

  9. Bringing Our Turfgrass Educational Opportunities to Wilberforce University

    https://hcs.osu.edu/wilberforce

    Baseball Field Management History of Golf Course Design Sports Turf Management You can learn more about our ... partnership & Wilberforce University by visiting their website.   turf turfgrass golf education ...

  10. Soil-ology: Do You Dig It?

    https://ohio4h.org/earthday/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 ...

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