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  1. How to Get Ready for Spring Planting Now

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-22-issue-2/how-get-ready-spring-planting-now

    normal again, although hopefully not as bad as 2019. The purpose of this article is to stimulate our ... weather outlook for our spring planting season is not encouraging, as it is expected to be wetter than ... you can get in the field. Below are some examples. Make sure your fuel supply is full and fill the ...

  2. More and more viruses ‘spilling over’

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/more-and-more-viruses-%E2%80%98spilling-over%E2%80%99

    a recent trend that has researchers at The Ohio State University closely studying a pig virus that can ... medicine at the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES). Kenney’s research ... where animals, some of them infected with viruses, mingle with people who are handling them or eating ...

  3. Communication and Conflict Management

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/events/communication-and-conflict-management-3

    Conflict is a part of our daily lives at work or at home. How we manage conflict has a direct ... specifically, you'll learn- • How conflict is negative and how conflict can be positive in our management ... impact on how fulfilled we feel about our work, the quality of work, and the quality of work from our ...

  4. Using Mindfulness Practices During COVID-19 Pandemic

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/news/using-mindfulness-practices-during-covid-19-pandemic

    a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally.” What are some examples of ... committed to trainings, now there are additional ways to learn about and practice mindfulness. Although some ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 Manage Anxiety & Stress ...

  5. COVID-19 Webinars and Resources

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/direct-marketing/covid-19-webinars-and-resources

    markets, and the Ohio Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program. These recorded webinars can be found by ...

  6. Change Style Preference: Strengthening Your Capacity to Lead Self & Others through Change

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/events/change-style-preference-strengthening-your-capacity-lead-self-others-through-change-2

    more effective in our change efforts. Today’s leaders must manage change in their units & teams and ... does...knowing our tendencies and understanding their respective implications provide us with the tools to be ... change process; and • Developing techniques & strategies to successfully manage and lead people ...

  7. Farm Office Live Webinar- Weekly live office hours starting April 6

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/events/farm-office-live-webinar-weekly-live-office-hours-starting-april-6

    10-15-minute summary of select farm management topics from our experts and then we will open it up for ...

  8. Establishing New Forage Stands

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-22-issue-2/establishing-new-forage-stands

    (https://forages.osu.edu/forage-management/soil-fertility-forages). Forages are more productive where soil pH is above 6.0, but for alfalfa it should be 6.5 to 6.8. Soil ... forage establishment in the spring. Make sure soil pH and fertility are in the recommended ranges. Follow ... the Tri-State Soil Fertility Recommendations ...

  9. ‘World-class research and knowledge’: COVID-19 Hub now available

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-monthly/april-2020/%E2%80%98world-class-research-and-knowledge%E2%80%99-covid-19-hub-now-available

    science-based research and knowledge about the coronavirus pandemic directly with Ohioans. The site offers FAQs, ... aimed at bringing research to the public in unbiased, interactive ways. Go to the COVID-19 Hub. ...

  10. Are animals vulnerable to COVID-19?

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/are-animals-vulnerable-covid-19

    owners can infect each other with COVID-19, there’s also very little research about a potential ... crossover. The novel coronavirus started with an animal, then mutated to transfer to people, but research ... hasn’t yet shown if the virus has jumped back to animals, said Scott Kenney, a researcher at The Ohio ...

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