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  1. Who in the world is the CFAES Alumni Society Board?

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/august-2022/who-world-cfaes-alumni-society-board

    voice of all alumni of the college. The board serves as a resource for all relations between college ...

  2. Ohio Opportunity Zones in Community and Economic Development

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/cdfs-4112

    tracts, low-population tracts, and high-migration rural communities, which are explained in more detail in ... zones are in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and all five inhabited U.S. overseas ... level and are also more racially and ethnically diverse.” The poverty and diversity selections rates ...

  3. Long-Term Care Impacts on Farming Operations: A National Agricultural Law Center Webinar

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/events/long-term-care-impacts-farming-operations-national-agricultural-law-center-webinar

    scenarios (long stays in nursing homes). By understanding the actual risks of long-term care costs, we can ... costs of long-term care. However, few farms can withstand the outlier scenario where many years are ... needing long-term care. Based on this data, we will analyze normal scenarios and the dreaded outlier ...

  4. Comparing Traditional Meat and Plant-Based Meat

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-0103-0

    a negative factor for traditional meat products, particularly for people with high cholesterol levels. Table ... absorbed more easily consist of higher cholesterol levels have a higher nutrient density due to the protein ... quantity and quality contain 50% saturated fatty acids are the only natural source of Vitamin B12 consist ...

  5. Chlorinated Water Sanitation of Leafy Green Vegetables For Fresh Produce Processors

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/aex-262

    granulated powder 65 or 68% free active chlorine high capital, high operation hazardous due to higher percent ... chlorine Sodium Hypochlorite water-based formulation 5 to 15% free active chlorine high capital, high ... operation low level safety concerns The cost of each sanitizer varies due to the active chlorine ...

  6. Ohio Data that Shaped the Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/agf-518

    that very low soil test levels require high fertilizer rates, but as soil test levels increase, our ... able to answer the question, “At what soil test level should I apply fertilizer to see a yield ... response?” To answer this question, we need to establish a critical soil test level.  For each trial, we ...

  7. CFAES Alumni Homecoming Weekend

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/alumni/homecoming

    recognizes the annual CFAES Alumni Awards recipients and the 25- and 50-year CFAES class alumni. All alumni ...

  8. Cleaning and Sanitation Basics

    https://foodindustries.osu.edu/events/cleaning-and-sanitation-basics-2

    Basic Microbiology Characterization of Process Soils Basic Sanitation Chemistry and Water Quality ... deadline, the registration cost is $300.  A higher level course, Advanced CIP, will begin the following ... must be received before October 4 to receive a partial refund. There is a $50 cancellation fee. No ...

  9. Gibberella Ear Rot and Mycotoxins in Corn: Sampling, Testing, and Storage

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/AC-52

    screening steps. Semi-quantitative tests estimate vomitoxin at or above certain levels (>5 ppm) or within ... several mycotoxins, including deoxynivalenol (DON), also called vomitoxin. As a result, high levels of ... Gibberella ear rot severity and moldy grain are usually accompanied by high levels of vomitoxin. Figure 1. ...

  10. Use of a Brown Mid-Rib Sorghum x Sudangrass Hybrid in a Small Ruminant Parasite Control Program

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/VME-30

    maintained between 6.0 and 6.5 for best results. Critical levels of soil phosphorus and potassium are 15 ppm ... forages. They need to be planted into warm soils that are between 60 and 65°F. At these soil temperatures, ... will tolerate soil pH levels of 6.0 and lower, the Ohio Agronomy Guide recommends that soil pH be ...

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