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  1. Winter Wheat Stand Assessment and Fertilization

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/winter-wheat-stand-assessment-and-fertilization

    a spring top-dress fertilizer on wheat.  Specifically, the research has been done with liquid manure.  The ... temperature.  Typically, winter wheat is said to break dormancy once soil temperature has warmed to 39 F or ... potential for weed issues. Once the grower has decided to keep a wheat stand, the next management decision ...

  2. Ohio State CFAES names 2020 Distinguished Seniors

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/ohio-state-cfaes-names-2020-distinguished-seniors

    areas such as academics and scholarship, research and innovation, service and involvement, and influence ... said Steven Neal, CFAES professor and associate dean for academic programs. “Recipients are our future ... Agricultural and Biological Engineering Asaad Ahmad, construction systems management, Columbus, Ohio Matthew ...

  3. How and why to keep phosphorus on no-till fields

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/how-and-why-keep-phosphorus-no-till-fields

    erode, sending soil and the components of fertilizer, including phosphorus, downstream, a threat to water ... Environmental Sciences (CFAES). That’s because fertilizer in a no-till system is not mixed into the soil and ... encourages their growth. “We have reduced the amount of soil-bound phosphorus in our streams, rivers, and ...

  4. 2017 Webinars- Profiles in Service

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/node/722

    2017 Webinars- Profiles in Service Please consider participating or viewing our quarterly OCVN ... posted later.   December 13 - 12 noon-1:00 pm- Ohio Dragonfly research, presented by Jim Lemon, OCVN ... will be using iNaturalist for photo submissions. Many of our OCVN’s volunteer in good Odonate habitats ...

  5. Mud and more mud

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/mud-and-more-mud

    soil with heavy equipment such as a planter or harvester and the pore space between the soil particles ... becomes compressed, leaving the soil less able to support crop growth. The mud from Ohio’s plentiful rain ... have to be fed food that’s higher in nutrients if the animals are dealing with a lot of mud. “Cattle ...

  6. Backyard Bird by Carrie Elvey, The Wilderness Center

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/news/backyard-bird-carrie-elvey-wilderness-center

    Spring migration is always an exciting time for birders.  This year, many of our usual activities ... have been curtailed.  Stay-at-home birding may not have been on our agenda for this Spring but the ... slower pace of life now can offer some great opportunities to get to know our backyard birds more ...

  7. Andrew Hoffman's YouTube Channel

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/news/andrew-hoffmans-youtube-channel

    Field Report from Andrew:  (Andrew Hoffman is a Graduate Research Assistant with the OSU ... salamanders into what we saw on our wetland walk and that's what is going on at nearly all fishless ...

  8. Best Boss Ever

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/events/best-boss-ever-4

    self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it.”- Theodore Roosevelt Research indicates ... workers in the United States demonstrated that the lack of appreciation by their managers is their number ... http://www.greatify.co/media/statistics-employee-motivation/ 60% of employees say they don’t get enough feedback from upper management on their work. ...

  9. Are animals vulnerable to COVID-19?

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/are-animals-vulnerable-covid-19

    owners can infect each other with COVID-19, there’s also very little research about a potential ... crossover. The novel coronavirus started with an animal, then mutated to transfer to people, but research ... hasn’t yet shown if the virus has jumped back to animals, said Scott Kenney, a researcher at The Ohio ...

  10. Applying Your Personality Type to Build Your Leadership Skills (MBTI)

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/events/applying-your-personality-type-build-your-leadership-skills-mbti

    a challenge because we all have a natural bias for our own way of seeing things and making decisions. It can ... be hard to recognize our own biases, especially when they are reinforced by the cultural attitudes ...

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