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  1. Hot Water and Chlorine Treatments to Eradicate Bacterial Plant Pathogens from Vegetable Seeds

    grow until the first true leaf appears (this allows for differences in germination rates to be ... a pathogen encounters the crop, the greater the potential for a serious disease problem to develop. This is ... Bacterial pathogens are particularly notorious for this means of dissemination. In general, the earlier ...

  2. Cross and Drewry investigate machine learning for soil heat flux in newly published article

    across various crops (soybean, corn, sorghum, and miscanthus). These ML models, compared to ... The Ohio State University Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering ... a publication of high-quality, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of computational ecology, data science, ...

  3. Lep Monitoring Network – Time to Scout for Western Bean Cutworm, Update # 14

    this year and are starting the decline. Despite this shift in numbers, it is still important to be ... of the season and a decline should be expected. While we are most likely beginning to round out of ... mature to a dark purplish color. If 5% of plants have egg masses, a treatment may be necessary. Be sure ...

  4. Insect Night Walk at Chadwick Arboretum

    Join the Entomology Graduate Student Association at the annual Insect Night Walk! This ... highly-anticipated event is hosted in Columbus for the first time at the Chadwick arboretum in Columbus on July 27 ... from 8-10pm. Discover blacklights, crafts, the BUGmobile, and more! All ages welcome! To receive ...

  5. Dr. Eric Williams presents paper at IAFOR London

    use and understanding of visual media propaganda in World War I Britain to a packed room of conference ... International Academic Forum's annual humanities conference held in London. Dr. Williams presented on the ... research on a wide variety of topics including Artificial Intelligence, Communication Strategies, and ...

  6. Find Your Comfy Spot and Kick Back- It's Good Self Care

    busyness of the day to relax and enjoy the sights around our farm, bird watch, read a book or engage in ... self-care can have a big impact. “As the saying goes, we need to put our oxygen masks on first before we can ... Sometimes we forget to pause and relax, enjoy ourselves “and not be a human ‘doing’ all the time. We tend to ...

  7. Understanding Alzheimer’s & Dementia

    research, and treatments relating to these diseases. Resources from the Alzheimer’s Association will be ... Learn the difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia, stages of the disease, risk factors, ...

  8. Cultivating Connections Conference aims to cultivate farm transition expertise

    College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).   This year’s conference will take ... outreach arm of CFAES.  The upcoming gathering aims to cultivate expertise in farm transition by providing ... of Farm Transition Planners was formed after last year’s inaugural conference by these three ...

  9. New Hire Announcement – Welcome, Dr. Ramawatar Yadav

    could not be happier to bring Dr. Yadav on board for this exciting task! Luckily, he had a minute to ... some of your initial plans for your 1st year with HCS? I plan to visit specialty crop stakeholders on ... cropping systems and weed species in three states. We were the first to evaluate the effectiveness of weed ...

  10. Shared Harvest

    Wednesday, July 24 th from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Shared Harvest is preparing hundreds of boxes to be ... provide verbal self-attestation for income, while providing a photo ID and a piece of mail to verify residency. ... residents in need of food are welcome to attend this event and receive food. Anyone picking up food should ...

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