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  1. Ohio Geographic Focus

    https://aede.osu.edu/node/1548

      GEOGRAPHIC FOCUS Although the analysis conducted by the exurban change project varies in scale from local to regional, data collected for the project is primarily at the sub-county level. This includes data at the township, place, block group and census ...

  2. Allen County

    https://aede.osu.edu/node/1549

      Township Resource Books: (In Adobe Acrobat PDF Format) Section 1: Township Population Characteristics and Change- Contents: Township Population, Population Change, and Population Density 1960 to 2000 ·           Section 1: Township Level Population Char ...

  3. Home

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  4. Country Contribution to World Economic Activity and Growth

    https://aede.osu.edu/node/854

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  5. CFAES Banquet

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/about-us/events/cfaes-banquet

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  6. Multimedia

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  7. Seminar, Chun Liang, Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Miami University, Ohio

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/about-us/events/seminar-chun-liang-associate-professor-department-botany-miami-university-ohio

    244 Kottman (Columbus) and 121 Fisher (Wooster) ...

  8. Assessment and Comparison of Farm Safety Net Proposals

    https://aede.osu.edu/node/855

    Ten Farm Bill proposals as of October 6, 2011 are examined for similarities and differences.  As a group, the proposals are a significant and important evolutionary improvement in the design of a risk management farm safety net, a step that began with the ...

  9. Sustainability of Large Payments by ACRE

    https://aede.osu.edu/node/856

    Like any risk management program, ACRE can make large payments. Given current revenue levels and a large decline in revenue, ACRE payments could exceed $10 billion in a year. However, unlike the marketing loan rate and counter-cyclical target price, ACRE’ ...

  10. Biotechnology and U.S. Crop Yield Trends

    https://aede.osu.edu/node/857

    Biotechnology varieties first became available for commercial use in the U.S. in 1996. By 2011, they accounted for 88%, 90%, and 94% of the acres planted to corn, upland cotton, and soybeans, respectively (U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), National A ...

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