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  1. Our North Coast: An insight into Intergovernmental stewardship to improve Lake Erie from Ontario to Ohio

    https://epn.osu.edu/events/our-north-coast-insight-intergovernmental-stewardship-improve-lake-erie-ontario-ohio

    watershed planning at the local level to reduce nutrients efficiently, including a distribution of the load ... Action Partnership, and board president, WMAO. 9:50 a.m. Ohio water quality update from Heather Raymond, ... Commission and Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Commission.    10:10 a.m. Heather Stirratt, director, ...

  2. Conservation Tillage & Technology Conference March 12-13 in Ada

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2024-04/conservation-tillage-technology-conference-march-12-13-ada

    valuable information. Among the speakers are Barry Fisher, a soil health expert; Dan Quinn, Purdue ... Biologics; Laura Johnson, Heidelberg University; Shawn Lucas, Kentucky State University; Terry Hofecker, Soil ... Agriculture and Natural Resources Educators in local counties with assistance from local Soil and Water ...

  3. Heart-podded hoary cress (Lepidium draba sub. Draba)

    https://pested.osu.edu/node/422

    is…heart-podded hoary cress is highly competitive and displaces native vegetation. It can also reduce the value of ... high-price wheat lands. One mature plant produces 1,200 to 4,800 seeds ...

  4. Hairy white top or ballcress (Lepidium appelianum)

    https://pested.osu.edu/node/421

    alkaline soils Leaves: Blue-green in color with lower leaves being stalked and upper leaves having two ...

  5. Columbus grass (Sorghum x almun)

    https://pested.osu.edu/node/420

    Columbus grass (Sorghum x almun) Description: Hybrid between Grain sorghum (S. bicolor) and ...

  6. Perennial sowthistle (Sanchus arvensis)

    https://pested.osu.edu/node/418

    neutral, fine textured, rich soils. Leaves: Alternate, blue-green with prickly-toothed margins. Deeply ...

  7. Apple of Peru (Nicandra phyhsalodes)

    https://pested.osu.edu/node/396

    producer. Large, persistent seed-banks quickly accumulate in the soil due to seed dormancy. Very competitive ...

  8. Johnsongrass (Sorgum halepense)

    https://pested.osu.edu/node/402

    soil surface. They are stout with purple spots and scales at the nodes.  The problem is….Johnsongrass ...

  9. Shatter cane (Sorghum bicolor)

    https://pested.osu.edu/node/412

    base. It is believed that natural crossing between diverse sorghum types produced the present day ...

  10. Musk thistle (Carduus nutans)

    https://pested.osu.edu/node/407

    soils. It invades open natural areas, meadows, grassy bald, disturbed areas, old pastures, roadsides, ...

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