Kottman Hall (7:30- 10 am); President's Convocation St. John Arena (10:30- 12 pm) ...
Student Involvement Fair on the Oval
2010 Tornado- Secrest Arboretum
Photos > 1 (aerial) 2 (Campus) > 3 (Secrest Arboretum) 10/01/2010- Jim Chatfield (OSU Extension and Bruce Cubberly (Agricultural Technical Institute) provide video updates of the Secrest Arboretum recovery work > View Video Jim Chatfie ...
2010 Tornado- Campus
Photos 1 (aerial) > 2 (campus) 3 (Secrest Arboretum) Above: trees down by Selby Hall. Photo: Anne Dorrance. Above: damage to plant pathology greenhouses. Photo: Anne Dorrance. Above: tornado hit the Agricultural Engineering Building direct ...
2010 Tornado- Aerial
Photos > 1 (aerial) 2 (Campus) 3 (Secrest Arboretum) Aerial photos of OARDC taken by Mike Buss (provided by Fulya Gurel) Secrest Arboretum lost hundreds of trees. Horticulture greenhouses (above). Aerial view of the ruins. Photos > 1 (aer ...
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Archived News 2011
OSU Receives $1.4 million grant for Emerald Ash Borer research Dan Herms, Entomology; Pierluigi (Enrico) Bonello, Plant Pathology > OSU Extension News APSNet Feature by Lucy R. Stewart USDA ARS and Department of Plant Pathology > Waikaviruses: Studi ...
CFAES Fall Welcome Festival, Fred Beekman Park, Columbus campus
Pioneering Use of Statistical Tests Paves the Way for Applications in Disease Management
Pioneering Use of Statistical Tests Paves the Way for Applications in Disease Management Nonparametric statistical tests have great potential value for determining the effects of treatments on diseases and pests when some response variables consist of ord ...
Video- May 2012- While most wheat statewide is at the early grain fill stage of development, growers should still scout carefully for stripe rust, as some farmers have reported finding the disease in their fields (OSU Extension, P. Paul) > OSU Extensio ...