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  1. The Ohio Program Cultivates International Horticulturalists at Cultivate ‘21

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/ohio-program-cultivates-international-horticulturalists-cultivate-%E2%80%9821

    the US, hosted by AmericanHort in Columbus, OH. For over a decade, The Ohio Program (TOP), has ... insights about job prospects to the interns. A former TOP, Katharina Kress (“Kata”), shared her experience ... Inc. as the Regional Product Manager. Originally from Austria, Kress did her internship at Plant ...

  2. Animal Sciences Bullish about on-Animal Sensors Project with Australia’s CQUniversity

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/animal-sciences-bullish-about-animal-sensors-project-australia%E2%80%99s-cquniversity-0

    health and performance of beef bulls a project funded through the American Association of Bovine ... US, more than 90% of operations use exclusively natural service breeding. In these systems, a very ... extensive managed cattle, producers may never become aware of the bull problem, resulting in fewer calves ...

  3. Hope Emergency Raised Beds

    https://brown.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/field-reports/vegetable/hope-emergency-raised-beds

    look out for these diseases in your garden and find more details about management at ...   July 15, 2021 During our 3rd gardening session at Hope Emergency, we taught participants about ... identification and determine appropriate management steps. Pictured are examples of powdery mildew and downy ...

  4. 2021 Ohio State Fair Delegates

    https://brown.osu.edu/news/2021-ohio-state-fair-delegates

    Congratulations to our 2021 Brown County 4-H delegates to the Ohio State Fair! Project judging was ...

  5. Hamersville: Squash Vine Borer Trap & more

    https://brown.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/field-reports/vegetable/hamersville-squash-vine

    residual and need the 7-day interval." More details about identification and management can fe found ... wilt because it can cause the squash leaves to wilt without warning." Management: "One of the ... best ways to manage squash vine borer is to plant a variety of squash that they are not interested in. ...

  6. Hope Emergency Food Pantry

    https://brown.osu.edu/program-areas/master-gardener-volunteers/2021-programs-and-projects/hope-emergency-food-pantry

    details about management at https://u.osu.edu/.../cuc.../cucurbit-downy-mildew/advanced/. The pcitured ... their clientele about raised bed and container gardening. MGVs will offer monthly sessions that will ... to learn about growing their own food from start to finish!  Session #3- July 16, 2021:  We taught ...

  7. Russellville: Orchardgrass Hay

    https://brown.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/field-reports/forages/russellville-orchardgrass-hay

    removed and adeqaute nutrient were not replaced. Likely explaining why the field edges and un-harvested ... with no stand improvement. Why are field edges and areas around edge of round bale storage green and ... balanced fertilizers. 300lbs of 9-23-30 was applied to give us 69lbs of P2O5, 90lbs of K2O, and 27lbs of N. ...

  8. Forage Field Day

    https://brown.osu.edu/news/forage-field-day

    Register for free online at  go.osu.edu/forageFD  or call the Brown County Extension Office at 937-378-6716. Pesticide recertfication credits available for Category 2 (Livestock and Forage Crops) and Category 15 (Fertilizer).    ...

  9. Rural Energy for Farms and Small Businesses

    https://brown.osu.edu/news/reap

    Want to learn more about using renewable energy on your farm or for your small business? This ... program will provide more information about a funding opportunity through USDA Rural Development. We will ... also discuss more details about the use of solar energy options. Register online for free at ...

  10. Mt. Orab: Orchardgrass Hay

    https://brown.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/field-reports/forages/mt-orab-orchardgrass-hay

    nutrient were not replaced. Explaining why the field edges and un-harvested areas were less sympomatic. ...

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