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  1. Spring Pond Management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/spring-pond-management

    and timely article on considerations for pond management as we make our way out of winter and into the ... warmer spring days. This past February has brought us one of our first great ice skating and ice fishing ... opportunities on our ponds in a long time.  Shallow ponds and those with low inflow may have seen some fish ...

  2. Callery Pear- A Beautiful Tree That's Causing a Stink

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/callery-pear-beautiful-tree-thats-causing-stink

    not a better time to talk about a tree that is threatening and choking out many of our native trees ... and shrubs. Our landscape is currently being brightened by the blooms of the Callery Pear trees. The ... aggressive, non-native species. Our native landscape is under attack by this invasion of Callery Pear and it ...

  3. The roots of slowing climate change are in trees

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/the-roots-slowing-climate-change-are-in-trees

    before they’re cut; and managing some stands more intensively with weed and pest control, fertilizer ... Alayna DeMartini COLUMBUS, Ohio—In the fight against climate change, expanding and better managing ... to new research at The Ohio State University.  Across the United States, trees take up about 12% of ...

  4. Fertilizer Costs Make Manure Look Better

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/fertilizer-costs-make-manure-look-better

    fertilizers. More information on that is available on our website, wayne.osu.edu, or by calling our office. ... because the inputs for our livestock which produce it are higher. Next, chemical fertilizer prices are ... not always feasible or easy as weather and soil moisture dictate much of what we can do in our fields, ...

  5. Winter Wheat Stand Assessment and Fertilization

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/winter-wheat-stand-assessment-and-fertilization-0

    research has been done with liquid manure.  The key to using manure is to know the nutrient analysis of 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 ...

  6. Improving the lives of community members

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/stories/improving-the-lives-community-members

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  7. EQ: Don't be a Sheldon

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/events/eq-dont-be-sheldon

    IQ tests.” — Daniel Goleman What is Emotional Intelligence? It is the awareness of our emotions that ... drive our behavior, and how it impacts others (both positively and negatively), and then learning how to ... manage these emotions. Why is it important to have a high emotional intelligence? Your Emotional ...

  8. Skillathon

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/animals-livestock/skillathon

    You may wish to check out our animal science learning lab at  ...

  9. Early Grazing

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/early-grazing

    to let our livestock out to pasture so that we can stop purchasing hay and bedding. In general, ... there are always tradeoffs- benefits and costs with every management decision. I remember asking my dad ... that first grazing pass. Our pasture forages are just emerging from winter dormancy and they have a lot ...

  10. Dean's Updates

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/https%3A/cfaesfacultyandstaff.osu.edu/deans-updates

    Dean's Update Our New CFAES DEI Leadership | A Conversation with Dean Kress Recording  | Transcript ... Emergency April 14: Dean's Update April 30: Dean's Update FAQs March March 30: Research Update ... RESEARCH March 17: Mid-day CFAES Update  March 16: Mid-day CFAES Update   March 13: CFAES Mid-day CFAES ...

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