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  1. Tar Spot Q&A

    development depended on where and when spores landed and whether conditions were favorable for them to infect. ... production, release, and spread, and infection of the plant. Moisture is needed for the spores to ooze out of ... Q: Is tar spot a late-season disease in Ohio? A: No, tar spot can develop at any time during the ...

  2. Small Ruminant Production: Are CIDRs Reusable?

    short intervals (5 to 7 days) in combination with PMSG and PGF2α at CIDR removal (Cox et al. 2012; Pinna ... New Zealand during the late 1980s, a controlled internal drug release (CIDR) was developed and ... released for intravaginal release of progesterone (P4). Since then, estrous synchronization has improved ...

  3. 2022 National Organic Research Agenda

    (29%) their organic acreage. This does not include those transitioning land to organic production for ... Last month the Organic Farming Research Foundation released the National Organic Research Agenda ... Other Farm Characteristics A majority of established growers intended to maintain (65%) or increase ...

  4. Soybean Progress and Flowering Growth Stage

    late-planted or re-planted soybean may still be at a vegetative stage.) Even as soybean plants begin to flower, ... needed for subsequent reproductive development, soybeans are amazingly resilient to stress during ... aren’t, yield will be lower. Soybean plants grown at normal plant populations always develop a great deal ...

  5. CFAES News | 7.6.2022

    sipping coffee at a Coffee With the Master Gardeners workshop. Workshops will be held from 8:00 am to ... Proposals link" for instructions and submit your proposal very soon   to be considered. Button ... CFAES News Add paragraph:  Copy:  CFAES News content requests should be emailed to Lora Vest  ...

  6. Research News- July 2022

    research. Access the Research Development Office's toolkits designed to assist researchers as they ... application for PIs who are submitting proposals to external sponsors.  Read Now ... The CFAES Research News is hot off the press. Highlights include: Cultivate Your Creativity- ...

  7. CFAES Celebration of Students Archive

    tradition has lasted for almost 70 years, with the archives below spanning from 1954 to the present.    The ... creation of the archives is currently in progress. Links to each year will be added as each program and ... CFAES Celebration of Students Program Archives  The College of Food, Agricultural, and ...

  8. Waterman Staff Weekly Update

    Kunz-Brundige for a short stop, then to Turf 11:30am-12:15pm – lunch at Turf 12:15-12:30pm- travel back to HQ on ... park and meet at HQ, and get on tour wagon for 45min-1 hour tour with Jamie 11am-12pm- group will be ... dropped off at dairy for 45min-1 hour tour, then walk back to HQ Needs: Tour Wagon Driver from 10am-11am, ...

  9. Coverage of U.N. COP15 summit on land desertification and drought

    News with a discussion of the newly launched  Coalition of Action 4 Soil Health  (CA4SH) with  World ... Food Prize laureate   Rattan Lal, who is distinguished professor of soil science at  Ohio State ... Coverage of the U.N.  COP15 summit  on land desertification and drought is featured in Forests ...

  10. Reflections on Family and Consumer Sciences – Article Published by Extension Educator

    Kudos to Patrice Powers-Barker, educator, family and consumer sciences, in the Lucas County office ... & Consumer Sciences. It will be a short reflection on the history – and future success – of FCS. The ... Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS). Each issue of the Journal contains scholarly peer-reviewed ...

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