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  1. Use Tools To Help Prepare For Pest Damage To Fields, Crops

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/use-tools-help-prepare-pest-damage-fields-crops

    observation is consistent with our current standing for accumulated Growing Degree Days. The growing degree ... vary for different organisms and is determined through research and experimentation. In Ohio, we have ... happening versus what you are seeing. As of writing this article, our accumulated GDD count sits at 931, ...

  2. Jacqueline Wilkins, Ph.D.

    https://comdev.osu.edu/people/jacqueline-wilkins-phd

    30+ years of experience in Higher Ed, as well as for and non-profit management and consulting aimed at ... practice informs research and discovery informs application. Until recently returning full-time to her ... sector as the owner of a business management consulting firm, where she designed and implemented many ...

  3. Sumer Is The Perfect Season For Homemade Ice Cream

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    plant.  Dairy products offer many nutrients, including calcium, phosphorus and Vitamin D to build strong ... ingredients was incorrect. During our summer events together, I’m sure the activities and traditions will have ...

  4. Hay! How You Gather and Store Yours Matters

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    programs I would like to make you aware of.  First, the Richland County Soil and Water office will be ... contact the Paulding County Soil and Water office at 419-523-5159. The Wayne-Ashland Dairy Service Unit ... many of our local businesses.  The 2024 OSU Manure Science Review will be held at the Molly Caren ...

  5. A Balanced Life: Personal Wellness Is More Than Just Eating Vegetables

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/balanced-life-personal-wellness-more-just-eating-vegetables

    times, in our current state of busy lives, I’d venture to say that many of us don’t really give it much ... thought.  We might do our best to get some exercise or to eat a few more fruits and vegetables, but what is ... expensive outing (remember, we want to spend smart!). Some of our best times together have been planting ...

  6. Managing Flies & Livestock Health As Summer Warms Up

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/managing-flies-livestock-health-summer-warms

    unmanaged, can present a significant challenge to the welfare and production of all our livestock species.  ... Fly control is not a one-and-done treatment strategy.  They require season-long management that may ... most economically damaging species for livestock.  Research has shown that calf weights can be reduced ...

  7. Meet Your Best Friend In Weed Control In Pastures, Hayfields

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/meet-your-best-friend-weed-control-pastures-hayfields

    enroll acreage into a Voluntary Nutrient Management Plan to earn $10 per acre.  Producers can also earn ... or weed populations become too high, that our concern elevates, and control becomes more important.  ... As always, a well-managed pasture and hay field will be your best friend for weed control. ...

  8. Organic Matter Key In Soil Health- Here Are Signs To Look For

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/organic-matter-key-soil-health-here-are-signs-look

    whether or not our decisions around soil health management are effective and recognizable. The Natural ... soils. Organic matter in our soils increases the water holding capacity, is a source of nutrients that ... for decomposing crop residues, cycling nutrients, creating pore space for water infiltration and soil ...

  9. 2024 ACEL Outstanding Graduate Students

    https://acel.osu.edu/news/2024-acel-outstanding-graduate-students

    Four ACEL graduate students were recognized at our department annual banquet for the contributions ... to our department, its students and the graduate student community. Outstanding Graduate Student- ... Research Award Erica Summerfield Over the last 12 months, Erica has been involved with a number of key ...

  10. Scout Fruit Trees For Pesky Pests Creeping Out As Temperatures Rise

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/scout-fruit-trees-pesky-pests-creeping-out-temperatures-rise

    With a quickly moving spring, many of the fruit trees in our area have already dropped their ... temperatures in place holding back and slowing down development progress in our fruit trees. Accordingly, it is ... curculio overwinters as an adult beetle in ground litter or the soil, and when spring arrives, they migrate ...

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