CFAES Impact: May/June 2023

  1. CFAES researchers are testing a new method to kill harmful algal blooms—using ozone nanobubbles.

    The results from recent trials at Lake Sylvan in South Vienna, Ohio, and at Grand Lake St. Marys in St. Marys, Ohio—both of which have a history of severe algal blooms—are promising.

  2. Working on balance sheets and other financial statements might not be the most exciting task for most farmers, but it is crucial to agricultural business success.

  3. Just a few years ago, Emily Mullen’s family was faced with a difficult decision. It was time to sell the dairy herd or make a hefty financial investment into their almost 125-year-old farm.