Coping with Canada Geese? Learn How to Control Populations at Farm Science Review
courses or in other urban areas. "Canada geese have become highly adaptive to habitat change and ...
Organic Grain Production an Appealing, Yet Challenging Farming Practice
composts and manures, legumes, mechanical cultivation and biological pest control to maintain soil ...
New Days, New Discoveries at Farm Science Review
agriculture is today. We are at levels with crop prices we've never seen before, yet just operating under ...
Ohio State Team Promotes Nature-based 'ECO-farming'
PIKETON, Ohio – A team of scientists and educators from Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences now spells farming with three extra letters. The group studies, demonstrates and teaches about what it calls “ECO-far ...
Improving Heifer Development with New Livestock Program
Additionally, the costs to develop and breed a replacement heifer on an individual farm can be as high as ...
OSU Extension Assistant Director Says Farewell, But Not Before Touting Organization's Successes
lost a number of experienced and highly respected teachers and researchers through a retirement ...
Ohio State Food, Ag, Env Calendar Listings as of July 12
Southland Road, New Bremen. Tour and details on using high tunnels to grow tomatoes, peppers and squash. ...
Borlaug Fellows Gain Inspiration, Insight During World Food Prize
Every year the World Food Prize recognizes the achievements of individuals who have advanced human development by improving the quality, quantity or availability of food in the world. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Dr. Norman E. Borlaug created the prize, whi ...
4-H, Military Join Forces to Support Kids
deployed," Kind said. "It reduces their stress level when they know what their parents go through." ...
Chow Line: 'Smell test' not safe after power outage (for 7/14/11)
August 5, 2011 My parents' electricity often goes out, sometimes for long periods. Mom says food in the refrigerator and freezer is fine unless it smells bad. What would you tell her? Food safety experts say to use the hands of a clock-- not your nos ...