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  1. 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 ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. Seasoned Cooking Newsletter

    https://greene.osu.edu/program-areas/snap-ed/seasoned-cooking-newsletter

    also find two kitchen tricks, plus our favorite version of a kitchen tool you use all the time but ... tacos. (Check out our recipe for Mexican Chicken Salad at seasonedmag.org.) There’s also a kitchen trick ... readily available, but of course very good for you. We use it in a main course pasta dish and also in our ...

  5. Water Resources Engineer

    https://epn.osu.edu/jobs/562

    our engineer, you will work closely with our ecological restoration staff to get our team-developed ... develop into full-time. Our ideal candidate will have their P.E. license and basic familiarity with ... wetland and/or stream restoration (natural channel) design. As part of our experienced, multi-disciplinary ...

  6. ChopChop Kids Club Newsletter

    https://greene.osu.edu/program-areas/snap-ed/chopchop-kids-club-newsletter

    sharing our simplest, most delicious way to let this summer star shine. Do you eat corn on the cob around ... drinks. Sometimes plain water can get boring, but we know we need to stay hydrated in the heat. Our main ... recipe—or some of our other frozen treats—right in your kitchen. They’re all very easy, so they’re perfect ...

  7. Soil Fertility and Soil Health in Hops

    https://soilfertility.osu.edu/research/soil-fertility-and-soil-health-hops

    focused on soil health and nutrient management for Midwest hopyards Our initial research is a small ... PROJECT SUMMARY Research in hop production has primarily focused on integrated pest management ... However, soil fertility and health have consistently been identified by North Central hop growers as ...

  8. EPN Virtual Event- August 11, 2020 Talking Trash: A Primer on Central Ohio's Waste Stream

    https://epn.osu.edu/events/epn-virtual-event-august-11-2020-talking-trash-primer-central-ohios-waste-stream

    central Ohio region and how you can get involved. Improving the way we manage our resources is more ... important now than ever. Our consumption of products and packaging and the waste they create have a profound ... impact on the sustainability of our environment and our economy. These issues have become prominent in ...

  9. COVID Silver Linings in 4-H

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/covid-silver-linings-4-h

    these challenges and the constant changing of plans throughout this year, our 4-H program has continued ... may choose to continue as a part of our program. For example, we have conducted nine Quality Assurance ... arrival at the fair. Other silver linings we’ve realized during this time is that many of our youth, ...

  10. This insect could be detrimental to Ohio's wine industry

    https://ohiograpeweb.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/insect-could-be-detrimental-ohios-wine-industry

    Pennsylvania. According to the Department of Agriculture, the insect is fond of grape and fruit trees, hops ...

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