CFAES Impact

The goal of CFAES Impact: to share research, outreach and teaching efforts from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences that are making a difference in the world. The insert is published eight times each year. Five issues are delivered within Ohio Farm Bureau's "Buckeye Farm News," and three within the organization's "Our Ohio" magazine.

  1. Ohio State Impact September 2017

    In this issue of Ohio State Impact – Farm Science Review visitors can plan ahead with online directory and app - Tips to Live Smart Ohio; Apply manure on growing crops - 5 ways the Gwynne is growing greener – and you can too - Ohio 4-H wins national competition - Supporting Extension, education and research - Revised "Ohio Agronomy Guide" now for sale. This issue of Ohio State Impact was delivered to farmer members of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation as an insert in its "Buckeye Farm News" publication.
  2. July/August 2017

    In this issue of Ohio State Impact: - A new sense of urgency in antibiotic resistance - Stalking the yield-zapping stink bug - Wicked weeds to battle in 2017 - New healthy soil program launched - Even more ways trees are cool - OSU Extension programming support - Gwynne's gains. This issue of Ohio State Impact was delivered to farmer members of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation as an insert in its "Buckeye Farm News" publication.
  3. May/June 2017

    In this issue of Ohio State Impact: - Ohio 4-H member wins national award for STEM work - Ohio State welcomes new CFAES dean - Punch in the kidneys could stop mosquitoes - Taking action to combat Ohio's opioid epidemic - Two great places for people who love plants - Live Smart Ohio blogs - New scholarship fund helps feed food-insecure CFAES students - Growing green, green grass at home. This issue of Ohio State impact was delivered to Ohio Farm Bureau members as an insert in its "Our Ohio" publication.
  4. April 2017

    In this issue of Ohio State Impact: - International trade plans may lead to recession - Keeping corn strong despite weather extremes - Improve profits using precision planting - Ohio State research shows phosphorus levels in Ohio soils trending downward - Deadline: Fertilizer Certification Training - Sweet science - Save the date: Farm Science Review is Sept. 19-21. This issue of Ohio State Impact was delivered to farmer members of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation as an insert in its "Buckeye Farm News" publication.
  5. March/April 2017

    In this issue of Ohio State Impact: - Get trained in mental health first aid - Garlic breath? Modern science is here to help - Blueberry "trees" may soon bloom in Ohio - Study: Public support for algal bloom prevention - Skeeter beater - Good food, wasted - Live healthy, live well email challenge - Green grass of home - Pilot youth leadership program is planned. This issue of Ohio State Impact was delivered to Ohio Farm Bureau members as an insert in "Our Ohio."

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