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Most of Ohio’s 2014 wine grape crop lost
explained. More training sessions are planned for the summer to teach growers how to manage affected vines, ...
Ross Heart Hospital Garden- In the News
The Department of Horticulture and Crop Science has partnered with the Wexner Medical Center's Ross Heart Hospital to create a community garden. HCS staff member, Elaine Grassbaugh works with the workshops that help introduce healthy food options for ...
American Floral Endowment Scholarship Awarded to HCS student
Tanner Cole, a Sustainable Plant Systems major specializing in Horticulture was awarded the Earl Dedman Memorial Scholarship and the James K. Rathmell, Jr. Memorial Scholarship for Horticultural Work/Study Abroad from the American Floral Endwoment. The a ...
Dr. Loux is in the news!
Read the Ohio Country Journal article below. Palmer amaranth holding steady in Ohio There is increasing concern in more northern states about the tremendous weed problem in the South — most notably the dreaded herbicide resistant Palmer amaranth. The not ...
Athletic Field Management Certificate Program- Student Feature: Munawar Parkar
Munawar Parkar is a Landscape Engineer for Aspire Zone Sport in Doha, Qatar. Munawar looks after the maintenance of the public parks and landscaped areas. He also works with FIFA training pitches, which use both natural and artificial turf. Qatar is the s ...
HCS Alumni in the news!
Horticultural Heaven Local horticulturists bring produce and stories to Yellow Springs Corner Cone Farmers Market. By Carol Siyahi Hicks At Partridge Pear Gardens heirloom vegetable stand in the Yellow Springs Corner Cone Farmers Market, you may acquire m ...
Peter Thomison is in the news!
Ohio State expert: Rootless corn can recover By Tracy Turner | Posted on 6/23/2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio- Rootless or "floppy" corn might look questionable, but under the right conditions, it can recover. Corn crops that are leaning or lodged might be ...
Dr. Laura Lindsey in the news!
Uneven soybean emergence may not require replanting By Tracy Turner | Posted on 6/12/2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio – Cool, wet, muddy conditions in May and drier soil conditions this month in much of Ohio that contributed to uneven soybean emergence doesn't ne ...
http://cornishlab.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/ Dr. Katrina Cornish ...