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  1. Group Studies

    https://fst.osu.edu/courses/fdscte-4194

    FDSCTE 4194 Group studies on selected topics in food science and nutrition. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 494. Undergraduate 1.0 In Person Food Science and Technology ...

  2. Individual Studies

    https://fst.osu.edu/courses/fdscte-2193

    FDSCTE 2193 Individual study course to permit undergraduate students to explore in-depth selected areas of food science and nutrition. Prereq: GPA 2.5 or above, and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 2 completions. This cours ...

  3. Physical Principles in Food Processes

    https://fst.osu.edu/courses/fdscte-3450

    FDSCTE 3450 Food physico-chemical properties are critical in processes involving the handling, processing, preserving, packaging, storing, and distribution of food. They determine food quality and impact nutritional properties and safety. After completing ...

  4. How (and why) to make your farm more weather resilient

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-impact/may-june-2022/how-and-why-make-your-farm-more-weather-resilient

    Climate change is happening. It’s happening here. It’s happening now.   That’s the message Aaron Wilson, OSU Extension climate specialist, is sharing with Ohio farmers. He talks to them about how they can make their farms more resilient to weather extreme ...

  5. May/June 2022

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-impact/may-june-2022

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  6. Agronomic Field Day: June 23 at the Northwest Agriculture Research Station in Wood County

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/agronomic-field-day-june-23-northwest-agriculture-research-station-wood-county

    Join OSU Extension for an Agronomic field day on June 23 at the Northwest Agricultural Research Station in Wood County. Topics include update tar spot in corn, yield response from different sulfur sources used in soybeans, how flooding effects corn, and a ...

  7. Head Scab Risk has Increased Across Ohio

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/head-scab-risk-has-increased-across-ohio

    Due largely to rainfall, high relative humidity, and warmer temperatures over the last several days, the risk for head scab is now moderate across most of the state of Ohio, and high across the south. The risk is low in NW Ohio. This would be the time to ...

  8. Watch for Slug Damage on Seedling Plants

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/watch-slug-damage-seedling-plants

    Cool, wet conditions have been the perfect weather to favor slug populations.  Slugs are able to eat many types of plants, and even in fields that haven’t been sown yet slugs can successfully feed on weeds.  Late planting may cause more slug headaches tha ...

  9. Lep Monitoring Network Update –Trap Count Updates

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/lep-monitoring-network-update-%E2%80%93trap-count-updates

    Black cutworm (BCW), true armyworm (AMW) and European corn borer (ECB) moths continue to be monitored for across Ohio to identify areas with high populations. Black cutworm moth currently has the highest traps count averages across the state. In addition, ...

  10. Delayed Corn Planting and the U2U Tool

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/2022-16/delayed-corn-planting-and-u2u-tool

    Normally, we refer to the first half of May as a safe planting window to explore a longer growing season. Sure, weather permitting. Over May, several regions in Ohio have received enough precipitation that has not made that planting target possible, hence ...

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