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  1. Fertilizer Application Record Keeping App Now Available

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/news/fertilizer-application-record-keeping-app-now-available

    Bill 1 (SB 1) and Senate Bill 150 (SB 150). The Ohio Nutrient Management Record Keeper (OnMRK) is ... As you know by now, a Fertilizer Certification must be attained by September of 2017 by those who ... apply fertilizer (other than manure) to more than a total of 50 acres used for agricultural production ...

  2. Agronomy Day, including Agricultural Fertilizer Certification

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/events/agronomy-day-including-agricultural-fertilizer-certification

    manage and farm 50 acres or more, and apply their own bulk or sidedress fertilizers, are required to have ... seed costs- and also nitrogen management that allows optimum corn yields under appropriate application ... Business Management Leader, and Dr. Ed Lentz, Extension Educator in Ag and Natural Resources. Participants ...

  3. EQIP signup period is ongoing

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/news/eqip-signup-period-ongoing

    applications to EQIP on an ongoing basis. Among the many EQIP program options are Nutrient Management ... placement, product selection and application methods. NRCS 590 Nutrient Management is available to implement ... nutrient management plans, while Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plans are an option for livestock ...

  4. Consumer Horticulture

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/consumer-horticulture

    fertilizing a lawn or garden, to keeping it weed and insect free. Helping to acquire a soil test and properly ... While many consider Fairfield County to be a largely rural county, our 148,000+ residents ... poultry in the backyard. Ohio State University Extension is your front door to research based information ...

  5. Strong @ Heart Email Challenge

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/news/strong-heart-email-challenge

    heart. This email challenge connects you with six weeks of tips, research, and resources to help lead ... and other resources available on our Live Healthy Live Well Blog and Facebook page. Register at ... 740-277-4624. CFAES provides research and related educational programs to clientele on a nondiscriminatory ...

  6. Play Your Way Through the Holidays Email Wellness Challenge

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/news/play-your-way-through-holidays-email-wellness-challenge

    participants with tips, research, and resources to help you navigate life so you can spend time doing things ...

  7. Ohio Beef Cattle Nutrition and Management School

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/events/ohio-beef-cattle-nutrition-and-management-school

    quality feedstuffs. This discussion will be led by our former OSU research nutritionist and current ... The Ohio Beef Cattle Nutrition and Management School is set to be held in 2 locations, with ... production groups of beef cattle, utilizing alternative forages, and managing your herd or feedlot with lower ...

  8. Stan Smith

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/people/stan-smith

    Management, Landscape Horticulture 831 College Avenue, Suite D, Lancaster, OH 43130 740-277-4633 Stan Smith is ... his career with Ohio State University Extension as a Farm Management Technician in 1986, working one ... on one with farmers in Fairfield and nearby counties on whole-farm financial management concerns. He ...

  9. Watch Out for Termites When Cutting Firewood!

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/news/watch-out-termites-when-cutting-firewood

    on chilly nights. Recently a tree was cut down on our land and it was mostly hollow and full of ... closely associated with the soil, where they typically construct an underground nest or a series of ... through the soil, creating a network through which they can travel very long distances (hundreds of feet ...

  10. It's More Than a Tree That Just Fell Over!

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/news/more-just-tree-blew-over

    due to lack of proper moisture and soil nutrients, or it simply falls over as this one did. Either way ... any deeper into the soil. That root in the middle that's growing laterally simply couldn't ... penetrate the soil beneath it. How can this be? If we speculate for a moment on what the likely history of ...

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