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  1. Ohio Valley

    https://pested.osu.edu/Recert/ohiovalley

    Ohio)  (Intended for applicators who currently have a pesticide or fertilizer applicator license) NEWS ...

  2. More Than 10,000 Ohio Farmers Have Received Water Quality Training

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    to the harmful algal blooms plaguing Lake Erie and other bodies of water in recent years. “Since we ... on the link between phosphorus, harmful algal blooms and agriculture; best management practices for ... nearby and downstream water resources. Experts say soluble phosphorus runoff from farms is a contributor ...

  3. Heart of Ohio

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    a pesticide or fertilizer certificate)    NEWS: Please contact your county office for information about ...

  4. Ohio State Improving Water Quality, One Farm at a Time

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    to help protect water quality in the western basin of Lake Erie. Ohio, Michigan and Indiana farmers ... would especially benefit the watershed around Grand Lake St. Marys in western Ohio, where there are ... real-time concentrations of microcystin in Lake Erie’s waters. A sensor will be developed to detect ...

  5. Guidance for powdered activated carbon use to remove cyanotoxins

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    Smarter charcoal use: guidance for water treatment plants during algal bloom season Principal ... effectively remove harmful algal toxins from drinking water. Harmful algal blooms can produce a family of ...

  6. Development Of An Integrated System For Nitrogen And Phosphorus Removal From Animal Manure

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    a growing crop could absorb. Too much phosphorus in our lakes can lead to harmful algal blooms.   A research ...

  7. COVID-19 Updates

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    employees are prepared to telework and are ready to serve their local clients and communities.” News on ...

  8. Development Of BioFET Sensors For Real Time Monitoring Of Cyanotoxins

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    the water. But in the case of harmful algal blooms, current methods for getting those answers are ... New field sensors will quickly scan for multiple algal toxins in water, food Principal ... that link directly with algal toxins, so it is able to detect substances of concern even when there are ...

  9. Method Development for Detecting Toxins In Biological Samples

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    a method to detect microcystin compounds in human tissue. Since harmful algal blooms are a relatively ... Developing techniques to measure harmful algal toxins in the human body Principal Investigator ... recent issue, scientists are still developing the tools needed to tell whether algal toxins or their ...

  10. New Grant Focuses on Nutrient Management, Cleaner Lake Erie Water

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    matches from various agencies and industry groups — targets Ohio’s western Lake Erie watershed, home to ... quality in the basin, fueling the growth of harmful algal blooms. To accomplish this work, the grant will ... phosphorus that can affect the lake’s water quality downstream, said Greg LaBarge, Ohio State University ...

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