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. CFAES Impact for Farmers September 2018

    In this issue: Farm Science Review: More machinery, more education, more displays • Ag economists to weigh in on federal farm policy • How solar power, biobased markets can benefit your farm • FSR health screenings and safety exhibits • Garden talks • Firebaugh building offers updates on ag law, taxes, more • The Gwynne is a green oasis at FSR • Small Farms Center offers information on how to fund sustainable agriculture
  2. CFAES Impact for Farmers July/August 2018

    In this issue: Research aims to support Ohio's farmers and water quality • Understanding algal blooms in rivers and streams • Preventing toxins from getting into vegetable crops • Help support water research • Beware of the spotted lanternfly • Controlling Palmer amaranth • Ticks on the rise • Fertilizer training and exams offered
  3. CFAES Impact for Ohioans May/June 2018

    In this issue: The bugs who came in from the cold, and how you can keep them out • Rural access to broadband would generate $1B to $2B over 15 years • We waste less food when we eat at home • What's flowering now? • C.O.R.N. Newsletter informs • Show your support for Ohio 4-H • Farm Science Review set for Sept. 18-20
  4. CFAES Impact for Farmers April 2018

    In this issue: Perennial promise: Is wheatlike Kernza in your future? • Using dicamba? You'll need training • Student by week, dairy farmer by weekend • Fertilizer certification classes • Ask an expert • Baa, baa sheep blog • Prep for the growing season
  5. CFAES Impact for Ohioans March/April 2018

    In this issue: Extension helps first-time farmers • Scientists seek diagnostic tool for harmful algal blooms • Farm to School program increases students' access to local foods, boosts farmers' income opportunities • Food safety hotline provides answers to consumers • Raising barley for beer: A new prospect for Ohio farmers • Plant questions? Ask a Master Gardener • Hey geese! Get off my lawn!