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  1. Soils and Soil Health

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-0136

    nutrients air—2%–50% of soil volume oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen occupies same spaces between soil ... bad, or mid-level soil test results to compare against. The Ohio State University has conducted a vast ... nutrients—aka “potential for productivity” water—2%–50% of soil volume water-holding capacity is directly ...

  2. test

    https://d7-basic.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/node/12

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  3. Produce Safety and Flooded Fields

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-27

    is considered a high risk to produce safety and quality. There are two types of water events that ... the floodwaters crest and recede. Considered high risk. Pooling: Standing water. Occurs after rain or ... considered high risk to produce safety. The bottom line: Floods adulterate produce. Under FDA guidance, ...

  4. 2023 Water Quality Field Day Resources

    https://waterqualityextension.osu.edu/resources/2023-water-quality-field-day

    Soil Structure Plowed Bi-Annually Soil Structure Upcoming Field Days Drainage Installation Field Day- ...

  5. Global Climate Change: Update 2020

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/cdfs-203

    at between 280 and 300 parts per million (PPM). The data also show that during our present ... episode that is currently ongoing. The duration of these cold periods tends to be between 20 and 40 ... between 10,000 and 20,000 years ago. This temperature data is presented in Figure 3. This graph shows that ...

  6. Feeding Horses

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-6

    (from forage analysis) 1.07 15.4 0.94 0.41 Pelleted Grain (from feed tag) 1.50 12.0 0.75 0.85 ... we need to substitute grain for hay to raise the energy. 1.50 Mcal/lb DE of grain – 1.07 Mcal/lb DE ... source of sulfur. Excessively high levels of sulfur depress copper absorption. Sulfur is also found in ...

  7. Understanding Soil Microbes and Nutrient Recycling

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/SAG-16

    and the microbes and soil organisms habitat are destroyed. In a no-till field, high levels of SOM are ... Bacteria 10 8 –10 9 40–500 Actinomycetes 10 7 –10 8 40–500 Fungi 10 5 –10 6 100–1500 Algae 10 4 –10 5 1–50 ... nutrients. Consider the following three scenarios. Soils typically turnover 1 to 3 percent of their nitrogen ...

  8. Potassium

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5588

    recommended potassium levels may be influential in glucose control and the risk of diabetes. Potassium ... indicates increasing potassium creates a protective effect against hypertension (high blood pressure). The ... muscles contract—including your heart—and helps with nerve function. Consuming a high potassium diet has ...

  9. Tools for Estimating Winter Malting Barley Grain Yield

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-95

    However, heaving and saturated soils caused by freeze-thaw cycles from temperature fluctuations, typical of ... potential (Zhong, et. al., 2019 & Dicksen et. al., 1979). Simple visual estimation or the “eye test ... The average stem count for a field is 50, the count would fall in the 41-60 stem count range, relating ...

  10. Grain Quality Attributes of TopCross® High Oil, High Lysine, Waxy, and Conventional Yellow Dent Corns

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/agf-137-99

    Field tests were conducted in 1997 to compare the grain quality and agronomic performance of high oil ... acid levels were greater and linoleic and linolenic acid levels lower in TopCross high oil grain than ... differed among corn types. Lysine levels were greatest in the high lysine corn (0.33-0.37%) followed by the ...

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