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  1. Tips On How To Preserve Food Safely

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/tips-how-preserve-food-safely

    the border of the pH level that allows botulism to survive. Therefore, it is recommended to add either ... a tested recipe. Our “go to” website for trusted recipes is the National Cetner for Home Food Preservation ...

  2. Seed and Livestock Feed Uses for 2015 Wheat Grain Crop

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/seed-and-livestock-feed-uses-2015-wheat-grain-crop

    vomitoxin but high levels of scabby kernels in harvested grain should be suspect. If you suspect mold/toxins ... However, if you absolutely HAVE to plant scabby wheat, cleaning, germ test, and fungicide seed treatment ... test weight to about 56 lb/bu after cleaning and your germination rate is above 80%, then you have ...

  3. June and July 2023 Highlights

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    high-pressure processing. Dr. Christopher Simons was a guest of Ohio State’s INSPIRE podcast on the topic of ... award recognizes and celebrates graduate student success in publishing high quality research in a timely ... concepts of the High Temperature Short Time (HTST) and Ultra High Temperature (UHT) pasteurization systems. ...

  4. Preparing For Pasture Droughts

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    without adequate moisture, you run the risk of fields turning brown and going dormant sooner. When you ... wait to mow you have more vegetation on the surface that helps keep the soil cooler and it holds ... of Wayne County received between 1 inch to 2.5 inches of much needed rain. Hopefully this article ...

  5. Garden Tip and Tricks So In-Soil and Raised Beds Get A Good Start

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/garden-tip-and-tricks-so-soil-and-raised-beds-get-good-start

    plants grow the best between 4.5 to 8.0. Soil pH is important because how acidic or alkaline the soil is ... plastic on the ground and plant your plants through it just as long as they are planted into the soil. If ... you don't have healthy soil, try raised beds Raised beds are another alternative if you do not an ...

  6. Evaluate Alfalfa Stands for Winter Injury

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    hardiness and disease resistance. Maintaining soil fertility levels.  Potassium in particular is associated ... prolonged exposure to these and lower temperatures can kill the plant.  Generally, the soil temperature at ... least one site for every 5-10 acres, and like soil sampling, more random sampling is better.  In ...

  7. Tomato Diseases and What To Look For

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    bacterial canker. Bacterial leaf spot like high moisture, high humidity and warm temperatures. If bacterial ... spot, early blight. Bacterial spot like high moisture, high humidity, and cool temperatures. Just like ...

  8. FST Special Edition Newsletter – 2023 Summer Graduation

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    the unity between grad students, a group of people who chose to go the extra mile to further their ... and high school studies I had the pleasure of working with. Abigail received her PhD and was advised ...

  9. Fair Entry Open for Junior Fair- Due Sept. 11th

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    show up in Fair Entry. You will log into the system using your 4HOnline log-in. It is highly ...

  10. OSU Extension Wayne County Fair Programming Schedule

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    11:30am Eagles Among Us- John Lorson, Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation District program manager ...

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