Memories of a Favorite Spot and a Legend
Ron Buchenroth received his BS in Agricultural Economics in 1982. He shares the remarkable story of his favorite place on campus. ...
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Archived News 2011
and host resistance. Melanie L. L. Ivey, PhD (advisor, S. Miller)- Assessing microbial risks and ... (advisor, G-L Wang)- The role of ubiquitination in the interaction between rice and Magnaporthe oryzae. Hehe ... Wheat Production- P. Paul > Extension News Moderate levels of wheat head scab are present throughout ...
Tips to improve study time for our teens
to consider the level of noise that they can tolerate when studying. Some teens work best in total ... silence or with low to moderate noise level, and others can listen to a jack hammer right outside their ...
October is Pork Month
high had to have a ring in its nose. On Manhattan Island, a long solid wall was constructed on the ...
Sally Miller > More 07/11/09 Fungus could put tomatoes at risk in Ohio, > Columbus Dispatch ...
Featured Undergraduate: Phillip Floyd
school for horticulture and landscape design while in high school. When asked why he decided to pursue ...
Leveling the Playing Field for Ohio Communities
Mark Rembert, Bo Feng and Mark Partridge of the Department of Agricultural, Environment, and Development Economics recently published a report that explored access to broadband access throughout Ohio. ...
Students Travel to National Conference
food industry. Leaders Conference bridges the gap between academic, leadership and work experiences ... presented and help the delegates gain the most from this unique leadership experience. Even with high ...