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  1. Exploring the relationship between gender and food safety risks in the dairy value chain in Ethiopia

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/news/exploring-relationship-between-gender-and-food-safety-risks-dairy-value-chain-ethiopia

    handling in Ethiopia. To reduce foodborne disease and improve overall family health, there is a need to ...

  2. Future Graduate Students

    https://hcs.osu.edu/future-students/future-graduate-students

    Biology Turf Science & Management Weed Ecology   Research Research in our department focusses on ...

  3. 2022 CFAES Award Winners

    https://hcs.osu.edu/news/2022-cfaes-award-winners

    well as give us an update on their accomplishments that contributed towards their awards- keep ...

  4. COVID-19 Measures Accompany Decline of Foodborne Infections

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/news/covid-19-measures-accompany-decline-foodborne-infections

    a drastic decrease in reported diseases including foodborne infections in Germany during the Coronavirus ... diseases. Experts analyzed the effects of the pandemic and health actions on notifiable diseases in Germany. ... notifiable infectious diseases that were submitted to the Robert Koch Institute between January 2016 and ...

  5. Plant Pathology’s Kanyagha Fight against Bacterial Wilt a Final Milestone in Long-Term CFAES Program in East Africa

    https://ipa.osu.edu/home/slides/plant-pathology%E2%80%99s-kanyagha-fight-against-bacterial-wilt-final-milestone-long-term-cfaes

    disease caused by soilborne bacterium Ralstonia spp has emerged as one the biggest recent agricultural ... alternative to chemical fumigation) to reduce bacterial wilt disease incidence and will be an important tool ... misinformed plant disease management approaches that farmers use is in the control of tomato bacterial wilt, ...

  6. Plant Pathology’s Kanyagha Fight against Bacterial Wilt a Final Milestone in Long-Term CFAES Program in East Africa

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/plant-pathology%E2%80%99s-kanyagha-fight-against-bacterial-wilt-final-milestone-long-term-cfaes-program

    disease caused by soilborne bacterium Ralstonia spp has emerged as one the biggest recent agricultural ... treatment (an alternative to chemical fumigation) to reduce bacterial wilt disease incidence and will be an ... and misinformed plant disease management approaches that farmers use is in the control of tomato ...

  7. Increasing Yields by Suppressing Soilborne Pests via Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation Documented by Ram Khadka’s Dissertation

    https://ipa.osu.edu/home/slides/increasing-yields-suppressing-soilborne-pests-anaerobic-soil-disinfestation-documented

    houses. But soilborne diseases and weeds are bigger challenges when cultivation periods are thus extended. ...

  8. Increasing Yields by Suppressing Soilborne Pests via Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation Documented by Ram Khadka’s Dissertation

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/increasing-yields-suppressing-soilborne-pests-anaerobic-soil-disinfestation-documented-ram

    houses.  But soilborne diseases and weeds are bigger challenges when cultivation periods are thus ...

  9. Register for the CFAES Annual Research Conference

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/register-cfaes-annual-research-conference

    Dr. Rattan Lal, 2020 World Food Prize Laureate, announcements of the research award winners, an update ...

  10. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Safety Webinar: Food Safety and One Health: Approaches to Reducing Foodborne Pathogens and Zoonotic Diseases

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/news/feed-future-innovation-lab-food-safety-webinar-food-safety-and-one-health-approaches-reducing

    and Zoonotic Diseases Barb Kowalcyk, the Director of the Center for Foodborne Illness Research and ... health hazards, and an estimated 60% of human pathogens and 75% of emerging diseases originate from ...

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