We Want to Know
In honor of Fallfest tickets going on sale, share your Homecoming memories with us. Tell us your story, and we will share a few in the next issue. ...
Unique Views of the World- Peruvian Rain Forest- Cane Toad Tries to Eat Bat
glands, and the tadpoles are highly toxic to most animals if ingested. Because of its voracious appetite, ...
Who Plays a Part in Solving Hunger? Your Alma Mater
Millions of people in the United States and around the world don’t know where their next meal will come from. The Ohio State University is part of a collective of land-grant and public universities joining with private industry, governmental agencies, an ...
Beneficial microbes and soil-plant microbiomes
Ye Xia, plant pathologists, presents at the Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference. ...
Extension landing page
Corn Performance Test Sampled for Nematodes (P. Thomison) > Extension News Nematodes in Corn Could ... to Managing Disease, Achieving High Yield (A. Dorrance) > Extension News Soybean Disease ID ... available online: > Gibberella Ear Rot and Mytotoxins in Corn: Sampling, Testing and Storage (pdf) The ...
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO RAISE YOUR HAND!
Thousands of 4-H alumni have raised their hand to help youth in their communities. Today-- June 30-- is the last day of the competition. If you haven't yet raised your hand, please do so today! Even if you weren’t a 4-H'er, we bet some of your ...
June 30th Special Edition
Volunteer for Your Fellow Alumni
The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Alumni Society Board has an opening for two representatives- one from our class of 2015 and another from the class of 2017. ...
Be the One!
Several of this spring’s graduating seniors declared what they will be in the coming years and how an education from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences has prepared them. ...