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  1. Roots at the Root of Greenhouse Management Workshop

    https://agnr.osu.edu/events/roots-root-greenhouse-management-workshop

    biostimulants and concurrent sessions on container culture of ornamentals and hydroponic and soil-less culture ... of food crops. Lettuce, basil and high-wire crops such as cucumbers will be among the food crops ... $150 by Jan. 4 and $175 after Jan. 4. The cost includes all sessions, tours, and continental breakfast ...

  2. Register Soon for Greenhouse Hydroponics Workshop

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/register-soon-greenhouse-hydroponics-workshop

    soil. The event is Feb. 8-9 at the  Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center  (OARDC), part of ... recirculating water full of nutrients; or rooted in an inert growing medium, such as coco coir (coconut shell ... program in the U.S. How to register Registration for the workshop is $125 by Jan. 25, $150 after Jan. 25, ...

  3. Higher Carbon Dioxide Levels Prompt More Plant Growth, But Fewer Nutrients

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/higher-carbon-dioxide-levels-prompt-more-plant-growth-fewer-nutrients

    plants can react in different ways to high carbon dioxide levels. The rising carbon dioxide levels that ...  It might seem there’s an upside to the rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Plants ... happening because the current level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is 400 parts per million, nearly ...

  4. Animals in Our Lives Featuring Dr. Temple Grandin

    https://agnr.osu.edu/events/animals-our-lives-featuring-dr-temple-grandin

    $750 for an eight-person table. VIP Admission: $150 per person; $1,100 for an eight-person table. ...

  5. Using Virtual Reality to Promote Farm Safety

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/using-virtual-reality-promote-farm-safety

    determine if the roll-over scenario was treated like a real life example, or if the tractor operators felt ... on the east side of Kottman Street, between Friday and Land Avenues. The tent will offer educational ... operation,” said Pfeifer. “Between the virtual reality experience and our farm safety hazard hunt, our tent ...

  6. Have your hay, and eat it, too

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/have-your-hay-and-eat-it-too

    advises farmers and ranchers to get their hay nutritionally tested as a first step toward making sure ... their herds are getting the nutrition they need.  After testing the hay, a nutritionist can tell you the ... pastures of sorghum grass species after a killing frost and even after a nonkilling frost. Toxic levels of ...

  7. Agricultural & Natural Resources Income Tax Issues Webinar

    https://agnr.osu.edu/events/agricultural-natural-resources-income-tax-issues-webinar

    Cuts and Jobs Act. The program is an intermediate-level course for tax preparers whose clients include ... for the one-day school is $150, and applications have been made for the following continuing education ...

  8. Annie's Project

    https://agnr.osu.edu/events/annies-project

    project is a six-week program designed to address risk management education for farm women. Its objective ... resources, legal risks, financial risks, marketing risks, and production costs and risks.   If you have ...

  9. Conference to Discuss Enriching Soils While Keeping Water Safe

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/conference-discuss-enriching-soils-while-keeping-water-safe

    not fully incorporated into the soil before a heavy rainfall, the manure could run off a farm field ... rainstorm came through. Given the risks associated with spreading manure, it’s important for farmers to have ... soil quality, managing fertilizer application and precision agriculture. Farmers planning to spread ...

  10. High Yields and Aid Help Offset Low Commodity Prices

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/high-yields-and-aid-help-offset-low-commodity-prices

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Record-high crop yields and new government aid are expected to help insulate Ohio ... But it could have been a whole lot worse. Fortunately, Ohio farmers, on average, are basking in high ... highs. Soybeans, which are estimated to average 60 bushels per acre, are expected to top last year’s ...

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