Agricultural Fertilizer Applicator Certification Training and Testing Option
Fertilizer applicator certification began in 2014. The agricultural fertilizer applicator certificate is required by the Ohio Department of Agriculture when you apply fertilizer to more than 50 acres of agricultural production. Agricultural production is ...
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EFNEP Program EFNEP is free to the participants and agencies. This program is offered as a series of lessons in a curriculum designed to teach families with children and young adults about USDA dietary recommendations using an interactive approach. Each ...
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FDSCTE 8193 Research experience and preparation of technical paper. Prereq: 10 cr hrs in Grad level FdScTe. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 4 completions. This course is progress graded (S/U). While subject to change, this class is offered every s ...
Citizen Science for Great Lakes Cover Crops- Spring 2023 Recruitment
Project Description: The Soil & Agroecosystems Lab at the University of Michigan is seeking farmers to participate in a citizen science study to understand variation in cover crop growth across different farming conditions. This research will help i ...
Ohio Organic Corn Performance Test (OOCPT) – 2022 Results Available
The purpose of the Ohio Organic Corn Performance Test (OOCPT) is to evaluate certified organic corn hybrids for grain yield and other important agronomic characteristics. Results of the test can assist farmers in selecting hybrids best suited to their far ...
Wasting food is wasting money. Here’s how to keep food fresh and throw away less cash- Saving You Money
By Sean McDonnell, cleveland.com — With rising prices and tight budgets, it pays to look for cheaper groceries. But if the lettuce you bought spoils in the back of the fridge, it (and the money you paid for it) might be going in the trash can. It doesn ...