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  1. Oilseed Radish Cover Crop

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/SAG-5

    soil quality for economic crop production. It has the ability to recycle soil nutrients, suppress weeds ... soil are rapidly absorbed by this cover crop, thus preventing leaching or runoff of nutrients into ... time. Capturing and recycling of excess soil nutrients in biomass is one of the most important features ...

  2. Forestry Terms for Ohio Forest Landowners

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/f-0104

    determining the chemical nature of plant nutrients in the soil and their relative availability for plant ... Forestry. Practice of forest management, harvest of products, and reforestation with conservation of soil ... decisions about how to manage your forestland. Types of Foresters Consulting Forester. A self-employed ...

  3. Long-term Tillage and Crop Rotation Experiment

    https://soilfertility.osu.edu/research/long-term-tillage-plots

    crop yields and selected soil parameters. Results  Obtained for a Mollic Ochraqualf Soil. Research ... BACKGROUND The Triplett-Van Doren research plots were established in 1962 to determine how much, ... States consisting of eight major crops is now under no-till. We have maintained the no-till research ...

  4. The Role of Macronutrients in Equine Nutrition

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/1023

    Nutrition Conference:154–161. National Research Council. 2007. Nutrient Requirements of Horses: Sixth ... creating a ration, it is essential to know the nutrient requirements for the type of animal you are feeding ... and the role of each nutrient class in the diet. Horses and other equids are hindgut fermenters, ...

  5. Guidelines for Applying Liquid Animal Manure to Cropland with Subsurface and Surface Drains

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/ANR-21

    soils with subsurface drainage has been linked to contamination of the effluent with nutrients (Cook and ... mineral fertilizer. The fact that liquid animal manure nutrients can be safely land recycled in some ... system that needs to be managed. Soil texture, available water holding capacity, tillage history, as well ...

  6. Soil Fertility Team

    https://soilfertility.osu.edu/soil_fert_team

    interests in soil health, soil fertility and nutrient management, perennial grain cropping systems and ... management solutions and promote sustainable development goals. His research broadly explores how designing ... and managing agricultural systems affect soil processes, and how these interactions translate into key ...

  7. Application of High-Pressure-Based Technologies in the Food Industry

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fst-fabe-1001

    in performing functions such as meat tenderization, protein denaturation, nutrient infusion, freezing ... There are several research facilities throughout the United States and Europe where food processors can ... conducts laboratory and pilot-scale research using batch HPP (Figure 2a) and ultrashear technology ...

  8. Understanding Soil Microbes and Nutrient Recycling

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/SAG-16

    plant nutrients become food for the microbes in the soil. Soil organic matter (SOM) is basically all the ... the carbon and nitrogen cycles. Soil Organic Matter Nutrients The nutrients in the soil have a current ... active carbon recycle and release more nutrients for plant growth than soils that are biologically ...

  9. Dollar Spot on Turfgrass

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-3075

    resting bodies called stomata, which may live for long periods on grass clippings, in thatch, or in soil ... temperatures exceed 90 degrees F. Turfgrass growing under dry soil conditions is more susceptible than when ... adequate soil moisture is provided. Damage is usually more severe if there is a deficiency of nitrogen. ...

  10. Soil Carbon Sequestration—Fundamentals

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/AEX-510

    accomplished by management systems that add high amounts of biomass to the soil, cause minimal soil ... matter has been lost from our cropland mainly through plowing, which makes soil more likely to erode. ... unnecessary on most soils. We know from historic agricultural research plots at the University of Illinois and ...

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