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  1. About Us

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/about-us

    and recover from a high consequence disease or pest outbreak > ppdc.osu.edu International ...

  2. Fertility Management of Meadows and Pastures

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-5-issue-3/fertility-management-meadows-and-pastures

    from legumes. For good yields of forage, soil P levels need to be maintained at 15 to 25 ppm (30 to 50 ... lb/acre). Potassium soil levels should be 125 to 200 ppm (250 to 400 lb/acre). On many livestock farms that ... commercial fertilizer application will not affect crop yields. Soil P levels of over 35 ppm and K levels of ...

  3. Extension/Outreach

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/extension-outreach

    risk factors that impact agricultural food systems including pesticide stewardship and antimicrobial ... resistance and; 3) good agricultural practices to mitigate preharvest plant disease and food safety risks ... High Tunnel Disease Facts Vegetable Pathology Lab @OhioVeggieDoc Pierce Paul Field Crops Agronomic ...

  4. Trainings

    https://foodsafety.osu.edu/children/trainings

    INFANT FEEDING TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE COURSE In order to achieve a high level of Infant Feeding ...

  5. Ye Xia

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/our-people/ye-xia

    The microscopic mechanism between endophytic fungi and host plants: From recognition to building ... Wang. Correlation analysis between differential metabolites and bacterial endophytes of Ephedra sinica ... Xia, Lakritz J., and Rattan Lal (2021).  Health of soil,plants,animals and people. In Rattan Lal (Ed) ...

  6. Seeding Perennial Forages in Late Summer

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-23-issue-4/seeding-perennial-forages-late-summer

    6.0 or above. The optimal soil phosphorus level for forage legumes is 30 to 50 ppm Mehlich-3 and for ... grasses 20 to 30 ppm Mehlich-3. The optimal soil potassium level is 120 to 170 ppm for most of our soils ... moisture and increases the risk of soil crusting. Follow the "footprint guide" that soil should ...

  7. Milk Prices, Costs of Nutrients, Margins and Comparison of Feedstuffs Prices

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-25-issue-5/milk-prices-costs-nutrients-margins-and-comparison

    issue, with protein rising by nearly $0.50/lb. This issue, the Class III future for October is ... estimate profitability at these nutrient prices, the Cow-Jones Index was used for average US cows weighing ...

  8. Student Emergency Fund

    https://grad.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/resources/student-emergency-fund

    at risk of dropping out of the university due to an unexpected, unplanned, financial emergency.  ...

  9. Feeding High Ash Forages

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-21-issue-6/feeding-high-ash-forages

    greatest potential risk of high ash forages is ruminal or abomasal impaction. The soil particles that the ... concentrations decrease as plants mature and is greater in forages grown in soils that contain high ... magnesium should be fed in that situation. High potassium forages also increases the risk of milk fever when ...

  10. Forage Planting – How to Do It Well

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-23-issue-2/forage-planting-%E2%80%93-how-do-it-well

    Soil phosphorus should be at least 20 ppm for grasses and 30 ppm for legumes, while minimum soil ... potassium should be 100 ppm for sandy soils less than 5 cation exchange capacity (CEC) or 120 ppm on all ... overwork the soil. Too much tillage depletes moisture and increases the risk of surface crusting. Firm the ...

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