As AEDE Undergrad Danielle Matthews Attests, a World of Opportunity Awaits You at Ohio State
the cultural differences between life in the U.S. and Brazil. After finishing the classes at the ... to the great land mass and population differences between the two nations. Why did you want to study ...
FSR CCA College: Register by September 4th
for all experience levels and non-CCA’s as well. We’ll meet in the Agronomic Crops Team Demonstration ...
Environmental Policy Initiative Announces Summer 2015 Research Grant Winners
owners in the post-productivist transition. Through establishing an intellectual conversation between ...
Ohio State Students Tour Agribusiness Operations in GA, NC, and TN
this visit the students learned about Coke’s history and products, as well as taste-tested Coke ...
2014 Ohio Stormwater Conference
$95 Scholarship Registration June 4 th, 2014 – Exams for all EnviroCert Certifications, $50 per person ...
The Value and Common Sense of Job Descriptions
write and use job descriptions praise their benefits. Most labor management specialists highly recommend ...
Sorting through Residual Soybean Herbicide options
metribuzin as appropriate to bring the rate up to 8 to 12 oz where soil type allows. Giant ragweed – ... inhibitors are largely ineffective due to a high frequency of ALS resistance, but the following active ...
Agricultural Fertilizer Applicator Certification Update
Fertilizer certification is required if you apply fertilizer to more than 50 acres of agricultural production ...
The AEDE Graduate Program Welcomes 30 New Students for the Autumn 2012 Semester – Hear From Three Students Why They Chose to Study at AEDE
UNICEF as she wanted to test the economic theories that she had learned in her undergraduate studies in ... cross-linkages between environment, development, and the impact of sustainable, small-scale agricultural policy ...
The Effects of Renewable Portfolio Standards on Carbon Intensity in the U.S.
By Samantha Sekar and Brent Sohngen US state carbon intensities are highly heterogeneous, and few ...