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  1. CFAES is partnering with NRCS and Cargill for better soil health and water quality

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/cfaes-is-partnering-with-nrcs-and-cargill-for-better-soil-health-and-water-quality

    for a soil health study,” she said. “It could be talking to them about potential best management ... his or her soil test information and estimate the nutrient loss potential; evaluate different nutrient ... support our researchers and OSU Extension faculty to share and help implement water quality best practices ...

  2. CFAES gains a big new partner for improving soil health and water quality

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-monthly/august-2020/cfaes-gains-big-new-partner-for-improving-soil-health-and-water

    counties, the associates are sharing knowledge about best nutrient practices, are working with farmers to ... implement the practices, and are doing on-farm research on the practices’ costs, effectiveness, and ... benefits. The goal is to boost soil health, improve Lake Erie’s water quality, and keep the region’s farms ...

  3. Awards and recognitions

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-monthly/august-2020/awards-and-recognitions

    from the Farmers of the Great Lakes Basin” as a Spotlight Speaker in Ohio State’s Research and ... Innovation Showcase. The event, organized annually by the Office of Research and Corporate Engagement Office, ... president for 2018–2020.  Emily Wickham,  communication and undergraduate program manager, Department of ...

  4. Dairy Paychecks Less than Costs

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/dairy-paychecks-less-costs

    value milk in our pricing system, they pay the difference in value between Class I and Class III into ... producers with our prices being on the opposite end of the scales. A DMC payment will be small if any is ... dispersed. All farmers, especially dairy, have been working hard to become more efficient, try new management ...

  5. Soil Fertility Team

    https://soilfertility.osu.edu/node/160

    a diversity of interests in soil health, soil fertility and nutrient management, perennial grain cropping ... joined the Soil Fertility lab in January 2020, and has been working on no-tillage research. She ... brehm.112@buckeyemail.edu The main focus of Theresa's research in the Soil Fertility lab revolves around documenting ...

  6. Late Summer Hay Seeding

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/late-summer-hay-seeding

    especially if weeds were well managed in the small grain crop. In addition, weed seeds are not as likely to ... is dependent on the weather. Even the best manager cannot avoid the consequences of limited rain for ... The average first frost in our area arrives in early October. Alfalfa does best with 8-10 weeks ...

  7. Root and Rhizosphere Ecology

    https://senr.osu.edu/courses/enr-7580

    ENR 7580 The rhizosphere mediates plant nutrient acquisition, sustains microbial communities, ... contributes to disease suppression, and regulates global nutrient cycles, directly impacting crop production ... turnover, rhizosphere communities, nutrient cycling and rhizosphere responses to climate change. Graduate ...

  8. Ohio Woodland Stewards Program Webinar- The Impacts of Climate Change on Forests and Wildlife

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/ohio-woodland-stewards-program-webinar-impacts-climate-change-forests-and-wildlife

    indicators of forest conditions and management goals. Therefore, understanding how bird and tree species ... habitats may respond to ongoing climate change will be critical to meeting conservation and management ...

  9. Post Soybean, Going to Corn: Use Oats/Radish  

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-85

    and nutrient runoff. Fertility or liming—If applying phosphorus (P), potassium (K), or lime, complete ... ohioline.osu.edu/ factsheet/SAG-11 Understanding Soil Microbes and Nutrient Recycling (Ohio State University ... Management soil health soil cover crop agronomy Agriculture and Natural Resources ...

  10. Ohio farmers hankering for rain

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/ohio-farmers-hankering-for-rain

    bring down yields. During this year’s wet spring, some farmers planted in soggy soils. As a result, the ... plants developed shallow roots, and heavy equipment riding over that wet soil led to the soil particles ... being pressed together, a process called compaction. That prevents the easy flow of water and nutrients ...

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