April 1, 2023 Blooms & Berries/The Marmalade Lily Join us to tour Bloom & Berries Farm Market. You will learn how they have grown their operation over the past four generations. You will hear from the owners/operators, how they have taken advantag ...
Nic Baumer Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources ...
CFAES Celebration of Students 2023
We want to celebrate YOU- let's 'Come Together'! In CFAES, we put students first.We value you and want to welcome all of our CFAES students to join us at one or all of the following free events for fun, food, giveaways, and community. We ho ...
Tips On Lamb And Goat Kid Weaning Process
We are getting to that time of the year when its time to start weaning our lamb and goat kids. ...
Battle for the Belt
Which crop should be planted first, corn or soybean? We will address these questions (and more!) weekly during the growing season with a series of short videos. Watch Episode 1 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0U2vPdtEVc https://agcrops.osu.edu/news ...
OSU Study: Kindness Can Help Fight Depression & Anxiety
Kindness in its simplest form can be powerful for the giver and the receiver. ...
Look Out! It Is Skunk Season!
Late winter is known for many seasons. If you are a maple syrup producer, it is sugaring season. If you are an outdoor winter activity type it is ski season. Unfortunately, this time of year is also SKUNK season. ...
Weather Update: Transitioning to Spring: Will Spring-like Weather Continue?
Summary Not to be outdone by January, February temperatures have been much above normal as well. Figure 1 shows that much of the state will end the month with temperatures about 5-10°F above the long-term average (1991-2020). Locations such as Dayton and ...
Production of Other Small Grain Species
Fertilizer recommendations for the other small grain species are provided in Tables 6-12 through 6-14. Insect control recommendations can be found in Extension Bulletin 545, Insect Pests of Field Crops. Table 6-12: Recommended Nitrogen for Small Grains ...
Disease is one of the major factors limiting wheat yield and quality in Ohio and other Midwestern states. Yield losses as high as 30 to 50 percent are not uncommon in fields planted with susceptible varieties under disease-favorable conditions. Effective ...