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  1. Holiday Season Full of Family Traditions

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/holiday-season-full-family-traditions

    emotional protective factors and possibly reduce disease and risk factors in adults.  Additional benefits ...

  2. Estimated and Soil Test Methods to Determine Supplemental N need after Flooding

    https://brown.osu.edu/news/estimated-and-soil-test-methods-determine-supplemental-n-need-after-flooding

    than 10 pounds of N for every 2 ppm reduction in soil sample N below the expected levels listed in ... field conditions, an understanding of loss mechanisms and other estimates of loss or soil tests may help ... soil temperatures between 55 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit, approximately 2 to 3% of soil nitrate is lost ...

  3. Make plans now for dormant fruit tree management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/make-plans-now-dormant-fruit-tree-management

    once a year in early spring before growth starts. It is very important to do a soil test to determine ... The rate of application needs to be adjusted based on soil test analysis and recommendations. More ... are looking at the time frame between when the tree drops the leaves in the fall and when buds begin ...

  4. Storage of Fall Fruit and Vegetable Crops After Harvest

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/storage-fall-fruit-and-vegetable-crops-after-harvest-0

    able to keep vegetables long term. Potatoes are best kept at between 40-50 degrees F with higher ... potatoes also store best in higher humidity, and with temperatures between 45 and 60. Pumpkins and squash ... higher the risk of others being affected. Apple and pear storage is not too different from vegetable ...

  5. Seeding Perennial Forages in Late Summer

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-24-issue-4/seeding-perennial-forages-late-summer

    30 to 50 ppm Mehlich-3 and for grasses 20 to 30 ppm Mehlich-3. The optimal soil potassium level is ... much tillage depletes soil moisture and increases the risk of soil crusting. Follow the "footprint ... and clovers should have a pH of 6.0 or above. The optimal soil phosphorus level for forage legumes is ...

  6. Follow the Road of Caution When Traveling During Harvest Season

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/follow-road-caution-when-traveling-during-harvest-season

    during harvest. Most farm equipment speed is between 25-40 mph, therefore when you come across machinery ...

  7. Here's How to Begin Saving For the Future: Be Prepared for Hard Times

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/heres-how-begin-saving-future-be-prepared-hard-times

    the difference between financial education and financial information.  The first is the awareness of ...

  8. Wooster Science Cafe: The Science of Invasive Pests

    https://woostercampuslife.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/october-31-november-6/wooster-science-cafe-science-invasive-pests

    provide a forum in the Wooster community for dialog between the public and scientists about contemporary ...

  9. COVID-19 brain fog: Here's how to clear your mind

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/covid-19-brain-fog-heres-how-clear-your-mind

    behaviors that have been shown to protect thinking and memory:  Exercise  – aim for at least 150 minutes of ... If 150 minutes is too much, do what you can – every little bit adds up!  Eat a healthy, well-balanced ...

  10. Post-Harvest Sanitation in Orchards and Vineyards Can Reduce Disease Pressure

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/post-harvest-sanitation-orchards-and-vineyards-can-reduce-disease-pressure

    over winter in the soil or on infected plant debris. Some diseases do not over winter in our area of ... sclerotia are dark in color, thick walled and nearly impossible to eliminate once they are in the soil. Due ... apple scab. This application will add additional nitrogen to your soil, so please consider this as you ...

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