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  1. Recent Rains Slowing Wheat Harvest

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/recent-rains-slowing-wheat-harvest

    July 15, 2003 WOOSTER, Ohio — Excessive wet weather is delaying wheat harvest in Ohio and increasing the likelihood of shattering, low test weights and the occurrence of vomitoxin in the grain. Vomitoxin, also known as DON, is a toxic chemical produced ...

  2. Rains May Hold Up Corn Crop

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/rains-may-hold-corn-crop

    May 27, 2004 COLUMBUS, Ohio — Despite recent scattered thunderstorms with heavy downpours and hail, nearly three-quarters of the state’s corn crop remains in good-to-excellent condition, according to the Ohio Agricultural Statistics Service. But it’ ...

  3. 'Proud Past, Proud Future': OARDC Dedicates Historical Marker

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/proud-past-proud-future-oardc-dedicates-historical-marker

    July 18, 2003 WOOSTER, Ohio-- The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) celebrated its past and looked to the future as it dedicated an Ohio Historical Marker July 18 during the BioHio open house in Wooster. The marker commemorates the ...

  4. Program Helps Children Prepare for Being Home Alone

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/program-helps-children-prepare-being-home-alone

    June 15, 2009 MARYSVILLE, Ohio-- Summertime means schools are out, and kids are in-- at home, often for the first time, alone. "There's no cut-and-dried rule on how old children should be before parents leave them home alone," said Carol Ch ...

  5. Project Comes To The Rescue of Ohio's Agricultural Literature

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/project-comes-rescue-ohios-agricultural-literature

    February 12, 2003 WOOSTER, Ohio — Unique and invaluable publications that convey the history of Ohio’s agriculture and rural life in their brittle pages will be saved from obliteration thanks to a preservation project led by the Ohio Agricultural Rese ...

  6. Professor Honored for Global Commitment

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/professor-honored-global-commitment

    July 8, 2010 • Has shipped books to thousands of educational institutions since 1984 Editor: For a high-resolution version of the attached photo, contact Martha Filipic at filipic.3@cfaes.osu.edu. Caption: Herb Ockerman poses in front of his garage ...

  7. Prion Test Would Allow Early Detection of Mad Cow, Other TSEs

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/prion-test-would-allow-early-detection-mad-cow-other-tses

    January 6, 2004 WOOSTER, Ohio-- Ohio State University researcher Srinand Sreevatsan not only believes early detection is the best way to fight mad cow disease. He’s also creating tools to make it possible. “There is a desperate need for a fast and rel ...

  8. Pork Producers Invited to AI School

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/pork-producers-invited-ai-school

    July 2, 2002 COLUMBUS, Ohio- Workers' job satisfaction, working conditions, technical skill and attitude can affect the success of artificial insemination (AI), according to recent studies at North Carolina State University. Producers of show pigs ma ...

  9. Poisonous Carrot Family Plants Can Be Confused For Nontoxic Members

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/poisonous-carrot-family-plants-can-be-confused-nontoxic-members

    July 17, 2001 Editor: Photos are available. Contact Candace Pollock at (330) 202-3550 or pollock.58@osu.edu COLUMBUS, Ohio – The carrot family, which boasts a variety of familiar edibles such as parsley, celery, carrots, anise, fennel, and cilantro, als ...

  10. OSU Urban Farming Study: What's the Best Way to Turn a Parking Lot into a Garden?

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/osu-urban-farming-study-whats-best-way-turn-parking-lot-garden

    December 22, 2010 WOOSTER, Ohio — An old asphalt parking lot might not seem like a good place for a garden.   But in urban areas it can be. It tends to be cheap open land. And an Ohio State University expert on intensive small-scale horticulture ha ...

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