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  1. Ambrosia Coloration in Maple Trees

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-0108

    found in southern and western conifer species, ambrosia coloration in maple is not caused by a fungus. ...

  2. Pollinator Quick Guide: What You Can Do to Help Monarchs

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/ent-82

    summer through early fall, visits are increasingly uncommon. Experts estimate that monarch populations ... an adult (butterfly) stage. While the adults can feed on the nectar of many summer- and fall-blooming ... that bloom in midsummer into fall.  Liatris  (Photo by Beverly Turner, Jackson, Minnesota.) Aster  ...

  3. Ohio Opportunity Zones in Community and Economic Development

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/cdfs-4112

    ohiohome.org/news/blog/august-2019/opportunityzones.aspx. Newman, Daniel, and Kenan Fikri. 2021. "A First-of-Its-Kind Exploration of Ohio’s Opportunity ... eig.org/news/a-first-of-its-kind-exploration-of-ohios-opportunity-zone-investments. ODOD (Ohio Department of Development). 2022. Ohio Opportunity Zones Tax Credit Program. Columbus: ...

  4. Using Soil to Remove Pollutants From Wastewater

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/aex-745

    southeastern Ohio. Found throughout Ohio—especially near Lake Erie and along rivers and streams—are dissolved ... and aquatic life before they reach a lake or stream. Naturally occurring soils have varying capacity ... 2 feet of soil. However, viruses are smaller and more difficult to remove, thus taking 3 feet to 4 feet ...

  5. Ohio Trees for Bees

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/ent-71

    summer, with most tree species in Ohio blooming in spring and early summer. This fact sheet describes some ... important by multiple researchers and bee experts. Other trees not listed here can also provide food for ... bees. For example, Ohio horticultural experts have noted significant bee foraging activity on trees such ...

  6. Growing Peaches and Nectarines in the Home Landscape

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-1406

    lack of fuzz on the nectarine skin. Usually, nectarines are smaller than peaches, have more red color ... temperatures or to bloom kill by late-spring frosts. The best chances for success in growing peaches in the ... home landscape result from selecting bud-hardy cultivars, protecting the bloom from late-spring frosts, ...

  7. Grape Black Rot

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-24

    after bloom. Cultural Practices For new grape plantings, select a sunny location that allows for good ... targets the period prior to bloom when spore production peaks. Fungicides should be sprayed during the ... period from early bloom through three to four weeks after bloom. Commercial growers can consult the ...

  8. Fusarium Head Blight Forecasting System

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-cer-03

    to predict the risk of scab based on weather conditions leading up to flowering and variety ... components of the system and customize the prediction for your crop. In Ohio, click on the “Winter” button. ... predictions based on your selections. Predictions will likely vary from one variety to another. There are also ...

  9. Thousand Cankers Disease

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-tree-07-0

    disease causing widespread mortality of walnut trees in the western United States. TCD was first detected ... the western United States, and more recently in the eastern United States (www.thousandcankers.com). ... surrounding holes may be darkly stained and smaller diameter branches may form cracks, giving them a rough ...

  10. Botrytis Fruit Rot “Gray Mold” of Strawberry, Raspberry, and Blackberry

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/plpath-fru-36

    periods during bloom or during harvest. Symptoms Figure 1. Early stages of gray mold fruit rot on ... during bloom and again as fruits ripen. Recent research indicates that most fruit infection actually ... occurs during bloom; however, symptoms usually do not develop until close to harvest. During bloom, the ...

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