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  1. Drones for Spraying Pesticides—Opportunities and Challenges

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-540

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  2. Spring Lawn Care

    https://greene.osu.edu/news/soil-key-component-gardening-success

    For more information click here To Register: go.osu.edu/gcspringlawncare ...

  3. Kirti Tyagi

    https://hcs.osu.edu/our-people/kirti-tyagi

    Kirti Tyagi tyagi.48@osu.edu Info coming soon!- Any- Journal article Book/book chapter Report Working paper Policy brief Presentation Data ...

  4. Lauren Seltsam

    https://hcs.osu.edu/our-people/lauren-seltsam

    Lauren Seltsam seltsam.1@osu.edu Columbus Info coming soon!- Any- Journal article Book/book chapter Report Working paper Policy brief Presentation Data ...

  5. Gavin Saunders

    https://hcs.osu.edu/our-people/gavin-saunders

    Gavin Saunders saunders.680@osu.edu Columbus Info coming soon!- Any- Journal article Book/book chapter Report Working paper Policy brief Presentation Data ...

  6. Ty Rich

    https://hcs.osu.edu/our-people/ty-rich

    Ty Rich rich.410@osu.edu Columbus Info coming soon!- Any- Journal article Book/book chapter Report Working paper Policy brief Presentation Data ...

  7. Shashini Neththasinghe Appuhamilage

    https://hcs.osu.edu/our-people/shashini-neththasinghe-appuhamilage

    Shashini Neththasinghe Appuhamilage neththasingheappuhamilage.1@osu.edu Info coming soon!- Any- Journal article Book/book chapter Report Working paper Policy brief Presentation Data ...

  8. Dr. Tyler Carr

    https://hcs.osu.edu/our-people/dr-tyler-carr

    Dr. Tyler Carr Assistant Professor- Turfgrass Science carr.981@osu.edu Kottman Hall (310E) Columbus Campus PhD Plant, Soil, & Environmental Sciences- The University of Tennessee (2022) MS Horticulture- University of Arkansas (2019) BS Agriculture, Foo ...

  9. Row Spacing

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4451

    In Ohio, most soybeans are planted in narrow rows (7.5- to 15-inch). Soybeans grown in narrow rows produce more grain because they capture more sunlight energy, which drives photosynthesis. Within limits, as sunlight interception increases, so does yield. ...

  10. Variety Selection

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4450

    Most soybean varieties have genetic yield potentials well over 100 bushels per acre. A variety’s adaptability to the environment and production system where it will be used sets the yield potential of the production system. The quality of the weather duri ...

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