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  1. Increased Fertilizer Applications May Not Increase Yield or Profits

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/increased-fertilizer-applications-may-not-increase-yield-or-profits

    Unfortunately, some nutrients will escape our soils regardless of the level of management. Some slowly leach down ... and then using soil test results are also key in reducing nutrient losses. Now, let’s discuss Rory’s ... field research plots, which only focused on nitrogen levels in the soil (but the principle also applies ...

  2. Level 2 Food Safety Training

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/family-and-consumer-sciences/serve-safe-training

    service facilities licensed at a 'Risk Level 3 or higher' to have at least one staff person who ... Don’t have the time to sit through a Level 2 Food Safety Training?   Can’t find one near you?   We ... on-line version of Level 2 Food Safety training which meets all ODH requirements and replaces the 15 hour ...

  3. Plan Now for Frost Seeding Renovation

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    fertility are important.  A soil pH of 6.5 is desirable for legume plants.  Critical or base level soil test ... seed on to the soil surface and letting natural freeze/thaw cycles work to increase seed to soil ... soil surface.  Thin alfalfa stands can be renovated by frost seeding red clover into the stand. Timing ...

  4. Selling Livestock Direct To Consumers?

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    me $1.50 per pound to raise ($1,800 cost of purchase & raising/1,200 lb.).  $1.50/60% dressing ... dressing percentage, but on average, beef dress out around 60%, hogs around 70% and sheep/goats around 50 ... percentage brings us to $2.50/pound. Now add in the processing fee, let’s say $.55, which is added to the ...

  5. Early Season Forage Considerations

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    soil phosphorus level should be at 25 ppm or higher (Bray P1 extractant).  Soil potassium should be in ... soil temperatures.  The third week in February we had 50 degree plus soil temperatures at a 2 inch ... down to the soil surface.  For this to happen you have to be able to see bare soil when you look down ...

  6. Corn Ear Rots

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    level is 10 ppm and not to exceed 50% of the diet and for dairy cattle dietary levels of 300 to 500 ppb ... sensitive to vomitoxin. Therefore the FDA advisory level for vomitoxin in corn to be fed to hogs is 5 ppm ... newsletter on ear rot identification, quantification and testing for mycotoxins.  I will provide an excerpt ...

  7. Take Home Success From The Greenhouse

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    selection, soil and fertility recommendations and best management practices for successful and productive ...

  8. COVID-19 and Deer Hunting Pathogen Safety

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/covid-19-and-deer-hunting-pathogen-safety

    sites showed both SARS-CoV-2 RNA (Hale et al. 2022), and between 6– 40% of the deer had antibodies to ... hunters should be aware of the possible risk of white-tailed deer COVID-19 transmission to humans. Figure ... 1. Hunters should be aware of the possible risk of white-tailed deer transmitting COVID-19. Image by ...

  9. 46 Gallons of Sap Makes 1 Gallon of Pancake Topper

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    ago. You get to watch historical demonstrations, ride on horse drawn wagons and lots of taste testing ... sharp, and it has five-lobed leaves. The sap produced from sugar maple contains a higher level of sugar ...

  10. Tending To Little House Chores Can Make Big Difference As Homes Age

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/tending-little-house-chores-can-make-big-difference-homes-age

    this summer. Look at sidewalks for necessary repairs. Test your smoke alarm and carbon monoxide ...

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