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  1. Northern House Mosquito

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/ent-89

    spring and summer. Some females of this species survive Ohio winters by entering a hibernation-like state ... so they can acquire the fat necessary to survive the winter (Figure 11) (Robich and Denlinger 2005). ...

  2. Winter and Your Backyard Chickens

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-66

    Resources, Franklin County  Raising chickens during the winter has challenges: decreased egg production, ... safe during the winter. Winterizing your chicken coop and daily monitoring of your chickens will help ... chickens that winter better than others. These include Ameraucanas, Ancona, Black Australorps, Black Giant, ...

  3. Webinars

    https://woodlandstewards.osu.edu/resources/webinars

    Winter Ecology of the Midwest’s Eastern Whip-poor-wills- February 2021 Chris Tonra, Assistant Professor ... sites across the Midwest along their migration to wintering sites in Mexico and Central America. He will ...

  4. Kiwifruit and Hardy Kiwi (Kiwiberries)

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-1426

    primarily grown in California’s Central Valley in the United States. It is only winter hardy down to ... kolomikta bears smaller fruit than A. arguta. A. kolomikta is very winter hardy and will survive ... grown by home gardeners in areas where low winter temperatures prevent the cultivation of kiwifruit. ...

  5. Spray Irrigation of Reclaimed Wastewater for Rural Homes

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/AEX-758

    Winter Winter weather in Ohio presents some special concerns for irrigation of treated wastewater. Some ... concerns under winter conditions. Irrigation sprinklers are installed on risers above the expected maximum ... Environment Farm Management water quality wastewater on-site irrigation using wastewater water reuse winter ...

  6. Bumble Bees in Ohio: Natural History and Identification of Common Species

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/ent-84

    the winter. Each queen will spend the winter burrowed about 10 inches below ground, emerging in spring ... to start a new colony. All the members of the old colony die with the winter’s cold, including the ...

  7. Ponds, Fisheries, and Aquatic Management

    https://senr.osu.edu/extensionoutreach/ponds-fisheries-aquatics

    Updates Your Pond Update Autumn 2018   Aquatic Invasive Species and Your Pond/Lake Your Pond Update Winter ... 2018   Winter Fish Kills on Ponds Revisited Your Pond Update Autumn 2017   It’s Not Just “Seaweed”! ... Aquatic Vegetation to Benefit Water Quality and Fisheries Your Pond Update Winter 2016   Classic ...

  8. Managing Forage Stands Damaged by Fall Armyworm

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/managing-forage-stands-damaged-fall-armyworm

    taproots that are used for winter survival and regrowth next spring. So controlling re-infestations of the ... recover and improve the health of the stand going into the winter. A small application of nitrogen (100 ...

  9. Using Cover Crops to Improve Soil and Water Quality

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-57

    rate, planting and killing date. Winter grass cover crops (cereal rye, annual ryegrass) accumulate N in ... the fall and winter due to fast root growth. After the boot stage, there is not much additional ... regions. Winter cover crops moderate temperatures in the winter. Standing crops have higher soil ...

  10. Wheat Growth Stages and Associated Management

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/agf-126

    Formed (late fall or early spring) Winter wheat can continue to tiller for several weeks. Depending upon ... the onset of winter dormancy. Most of the tillers that contribute to grain yield are completed during ... this stage. Winter wheat plants are prostrate or “creeping” at this stage. In the spring, between ...

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