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Three Extension professionals named as field specialists, Farm Management at Ohio State
their financial performance and risk management to help meet the growing needs of their farm and today’s ... management systems; agricultural and resource law; food safety; youth nutrition and wellness; family ...
research into how urban environments are changing mosquito overwintering behaviors. Topics: Diseases & ...
Farm Science Review: Specialty Crops Tent
Update on Spotted Lanternfly in Specialty Crops Dr. Ashley Leach, Assistant Professor and Entomologist ... Extension Specialist, FAES South Centers, OSU 12:30 PM Fungicides and Disease Control in Fruits and ... Christy Welch, Direct Marketing Specialist, FAES South Centers, OSU 12:00 PM Update of Key Findings from ...
less likely for a mosquito to bite another person and spread disease. On-Line Veterinary Entomology ...
Hartschuh named as field specialist, Dairy Management and Precision Livestock at Ohio State
agricultural and resource law; food safety; youth nutrition and wellness; family wellness; and organizational ...
Grant helps 4-H expand access to computer science education to multiple counties statewide
for us to grow and to contribute to that.” Clovers CODE began in Franklin County and since 2019 has ...
Planting A Fall Garden Virtual Class for Viewing
growing environment and fall is one of the best times to grow. The heat goes away and the rain comes back, ... plus there is still a bit of sunshine for growing. Enjoy this webinar recording from Growing Franklin ...
interactions Impacts of disease, pathogen prevalence, and transmission on wild and solitary bees The interplay ... disease, pathogen prevalence, and transmission on wild and solitary bees. Brooke Donzelli CV- 2022.pdf- ...
Great weather, crowds make for successful 60th annual Farm Science Review
Jerry, his son Randy, and grandson, Chris. The Hiler’s farm 3,000 acres and grow corn, soybeans, and ...
Ask the Expert sessions always popular at Farm Science Review
Biosecurity: Managing current disease challenges and future risks Agricultural labor: Who will work on my farm? ...