Application of High-Pressure-Based Technologies in the Food Industry
Balasubramaniam This fact sheet provides information on how high-pressure processing (HPP) is used to pasteurize ... food, improve food safety, and enhance food quality. What Is High-Pressure Processing? High-pressure processing ... is also known as high hydrostatic pressure processing (HHP) and ultra-high-pressure processing (UHP). ...
Wind Energy Development as an Economic Development Strategy for Rural Areas
avian risk assessment to evaluate the risk of collision for birds and bats and to avoid high traffic ... Tax Credit (PTC) and the Ohio SB 232 (which levels the playing field for wind projects by setting ... With most farms being built today, a minimum of 50 turbines are constructed, requiring a total land ...
Food Safety for Fruits and Vegetables
pH between 6.5–7.5, wash water should be chlorinated to levels between 50 ppm to 500 ppm depending on ... Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University Diets that are low in fat, high in fiber, and ... cancer and lessen the risk of heart disease (4). However, it is essential that fresh food be produced ...
Ohio State's AgOne program application is open
who are interested in identifying the next steps for themselves to level up their leadership. ... their skills to lead in a board setting.” The AgOne program is a collaboration between the College of ...
Milk Prices, Costs of Nutrients, Margins, and Comparison of Feedstuffs Prices
protein and energy ingredients. To estimate profitability at these nutrient prices, the Cow-Jones Index ...
Lime and the Home Lawn
between 6.0 and 7.0. The amount of lime required to raise soil pH to this level for a particular soil is ... performing a soil test are strongly discouraged because alkaline (high pH) conditions may develop. When Is ... and pH of 7.0 is considered neutral. For turfgrasses used in Ohio home lawns, a soil pH between 6.0 ...
Fruit Rots of Blueberry: Alternaria, Anthracnose, and Botrytis
susceptible. Wet weather and temperatures between 59 and 68°F are most conducive to disease development. In the ... and Reveille have some resistance to anthracnose. Avoid highly susceptible cultivars like Berkeley, ...
Controlling Non-Native Invasive Plants in Ohio's Forests: Autumn Olive and Russian Olive
sites including nutrient- poor soils. They are among the first plants to leaf out in the spring and can ... successional woodlands, and abandoned agricultural fields. They do not grow well in dense forests or wet soils ... mature in late summer and fall. Fruits persist throughout the winter. Seeds remain viable in the soil for ...
Forestry Terms for Ohio Forest Landowners
Trees with medium-sized crowns forming the general level of the crown cover. They receive full light ... particles. Soil texture can be determined in the lab or in the field by the feel of soil when rubbed between ... location on the tree 4.5 ft. above ground level on the uphill side of the tree. See Diameter Breast Height ...
Secondary Injury Prevention: Understanding Concussions
concussions with athletics or sporting events, but due to the nature of the work, farmers are at a high risk ... a concussion. Additional risk factors include working with livestock, working with heavy tools and equipment, ... fall Preventing a Concussion To reduce the risk of head trauma and prevent a concussion consider these ...