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  1. Ohio State’s Rattan Lal Receives International Agriculture Award

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/ohio-state%E2%80%99s-rattan-lal-receives-international-agriculture-award

    Iceland, and is the current president of the Vienna-based 60,000-member  International Union of Soil ... “Lal’s mentorship of hundreds of students who have gone on to hold leadership positions in academia, ... students,” said Kennelly, a professor of agricultural, life and environmental sciences at Canada’s University ...

  2. Insects, Weeds, and Diseases Affecting Crops Earlier This Year

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/insects-weeds-and-diseases-affecting-crops-earlier-year

    weeds early in the season and could trigger a pestier summer. Ohio State University entomologists are ... their field at any given time and they know what levels,” said Kelley Tilmon, a field crop entomologist ... earlier to head north, Tilmon said. After migrating and finding homes, the moths begin to lay eggs in ...

  3. Helping farmers know their bottom line

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/helping-farmers-know-their-bottom-line

    in, what they’re most passionate about. “We don’t always have good news for the farmer,” said Dianne ...

  4. Extensive Spread of Corn Toxin Could Affect 2019 Crop

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/extensive-spread-corn-toxin-could-affect-2019-crop

    COLUMBUS, Ohio—A wetter than normal summer and fall in Ohio led to the worst spread of a toxin on ... and animals to get sick. The rainy summer and fall in the state and across the Midwest not only left ...

  5. Farm Bill Could Help Farmers Weather Low Milk, Other Commodity Prices

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/farm-bill-could-help-farmers-weather-low-milk-other-commodity-prices

    costs under the new federal farm bill, and more federal dollars will be spent to spur international ... sizeable international tariffs imposed this year on U.S. soybeans as well as on corn and other commodities ... have driven down the international demand for those crops. “Farmers want someone to help market their ...

  6. The Search for What’s Killing Beech Trees

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/search-what%E2%80%99s-killing-beech-trees

    supervision, doctoral graduate student Carrie Ewing is comparing the genes of microorganisms present in leaves ... have study results by this summer. Meanwhile, the U.S. Forest Service and researchers with Lake ...

  7. Ohio Christmas Tree Association Summer Meeting

    https://agnr.osu.edu/events/ohio-christmas-tree-association-summer-meeting

    Sessions Include: -Insect Pests of Christmas Trees-Hosting Craft Sessions-Nursery and Tradeshow Time-Soil Types and Drainage-Turning Scraps into Cash-Bow Making Workshop-Use of Young Labor-Agri-tourism-Mechanical and Hand Shearing -Innovations in the Chri ...

  8. Bugged by Bugs in Your Home This Winter? Take Steps in Spring and Summer

    https://agnr.osu.edu/news/bugged-bugs-your-home-winter-take-steps-spring-and-summer

    marmorated stink bugs on your toaster, there’s bad news and good news. The bad news, say experts at The Ohio ... sheltered from the storm. That’s why they sneaked in to begin with. The good news is, with warm weather ... good. “Spring and summer are a good time to bug-proof your home,” said  Joe Boggs, entomologist and ...

  9. 2018 Northwest Ohio Crops Day

    https://agnr.osu.edu/events/2018-northwest-ohio-crops-day

    Researcher, Byrd Polar Climate Center 1:30       Agronomic Insect Issues Kelley Tilmon/Andy Michael, OSU ...

  10. Blogs

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    Agriculture Direct Marketing Bringing you the latest trends and news relating to direct marketing of ... alumni, faculty, students and staff – all told in the first person. Greenhouse Industry Roundtable of the ... learn, grow, connect, inspire and empower themselves. Ohio Fruit News Providing news and information for ...

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