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  1. OARDC Impacts

    https://oardc.osu.edu/about/oardc-impacts

    producer of soft red winter wheat in the U.S., with an estimated 500,000-700,000 acres planted yearly. It ... soft red winter wheat cultivars grown in Ohio have the potential to yield close to 100 bushels/acre, ...

  2. Jackson Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/jackson-agricultural-research-station

    condition before going into the winter months. Forage Production The Station conducts forage studies using ... and stored forage and lowering winter feed costs.  Community and Sustainability In addition to ...

  3. Muck Crops Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/muck-crops-agricultural-research-station

    sessions, and the annual Winter Muck Crop School. For Investigators Online Project Registration Form ...

  4. Eastern Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/eastern-agricultural-research-station

    season, reducing dependence on mechanically harvested and stored forage and lowering winter feed costs. ...

  5. Ashtabula Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/ashtabula-agricultural-research-station

    hosts various outreach events-including the biennial Ohio Grape and Wine Field Day, the Winter Pruning ...

  6. HCS Spring 2016 Seminar Series: Developing winter-hardy malting barley for Ohio

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/hcs-spring-2016-seminar-series-developing-winter-hardy-malting-barley-ohio

    insure market stability the American Malting Barley Association made the development of winter malting ... barley a key breeding target for researchers. In Ohio winter barley of very high malting quality can be ... winterkill if winter-hardiness is lacking. Like malting quality winter-hardiness is a complex trait based on ...

  7. Humidity Control

    https://greenhome.osu.edu/humidity-control

    Conversely, in winter, with lower humidity, you will feel cooler and dry since water is readily evaporating ... Methods Humidification is normally needed in winter time. Adding moisture to the air tends to be much ... winter. Ensure your home is properly sealed to reduce air infiltration. Use exhaust fans when cooking or ...

  8. Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

    https://greenhome.osu.edu/energy-efficiency/heating-ventilation-and-air-conditioning

    improved? High summer and winter utility bills Individual rooms are more difficult to heat and cool than ...

  9. Building Location and Orientation

    https://greenhome.osu.edu/building-location-and-orientation

    north in the sky than it is in the winter, when the Sun tends to be lower in the southern sky. This ... winter, and will also be relieved from the sun on warm summer days. Patios and decks can also be built ... be situated on the northern side of the house, as they will act as a buffer against cold winter winds ...

  10. Reduced Air Infiltration

    https://greenhome.osu.edu/reduced-air-infiltration

    winter air infiltration can result in warm moist indoor air moving into cold envelope cavities. In either ... through doors, windows, or other openings. It happens in both the summer and winter, but is most prevalent ... in the winter since indoor-outdoor temperature differences are greatest during that time of year. ...

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