- Did you mean
- turn disease update growing lawn
OSU Buckeye Yard & Garden Line
and Home Invaders Emerge. 4. DISEASE DIGEST: Smooth Patch Disease. 5. TURF TIPS: Ground-Nesting ... bleached out grass are becoming very obvious in some lawns. These patches in some cases are turf that was ... OSU produces this great weekly update on what is going on in Ohio, the Buckeye Yard & Garden ...
Updated Contact Information
With the shift to newer technology, our office has updated the phone system and our contact ...
The Good, The Bad, & The Hungry
in the lawn. Fortunately, most wildlife damage can be managed with the right techniques and ...
Using Mindfulness Practices During COVID-19 Pandemic
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 Manage Anxiety & Stress ...
collectively own and maintain several thousand acres of lawn, garden, and landscape. County Extension staff ... fertilizing a lawn or garden, to keeping it weed and insect free. Helping to acquire a soil test and properly ...
Marestail: Roundup Won't Kill It!
kill. If you've been to a lawn and garden store, it's the one they call, "that bushy ... effective such as 2,4-D and dicamba are the same as those used to control dandilion or clover in lawns. Once ...
Tobacco GAP Update
highlighted by clicking on 'Tobacco GAP Update'. ...
Brown County Junior Fair Results- 2018
patient with us as we have to wait until we receive them from the shows and then update everything into ...
Local Foods Tour Series: Tomato Tasting!
we'll also talk about the tomato diseases we often encounter, and also preserving the crop once ... conditions and diseases. Also, Shannon Carter, Family Consumer Sciences Educator will be on hand to answer ...
Avian Influenza: What’s it mean for Fairfield County Poultry Growers and Exhibitors?
(UPDATE: Due to the concerns for the spread of avian flu, on June 2, 2015 the ODA cancelled ALL ... avian flu in the Pacific, Central, and Mississippi flyways (or migratory bird paths). The disease has ... not present a food safety risk; poultry and eggs are safe to eat. The Centers for Disease Control ...