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  1. Large Populations of Cressleaf Groundsel found in Wheat, Hay Fields in Ohio

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/large-populations-cressleaf-groundsel-found-in-wheat-hay-fields-in-ohio

    a mild winter that’s allowed many weeds to get an aggressive start this growing season, said a weed ... Extension is the statewide outreach arm of the college. Cressleaf groundsel is a winter annual that emerges ... the mild winter allowed more of the weed to survive, ” Loux said. “It’s caught many hay producers by ...

  2. News tips and events for the week of Feb. 11

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    Winter Walk,  2–3 p.m., Seaman Orientation Plaza, Secrest Arboretum, OARDC, CFAES Wooster Campus, 1680 ...

  3. Tick Season Has Officially Started in Ohio, Increasing the Risk of Lyme Disease

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/tick-season-has-officially-started-in-ohio-increasing-the-risk-lyme-disease

    extended winter cold we’ve experienced this year and the slower to develop spring weather, you can expect ... logjam. “Although we’ve experienced a longer than normal winter, we really didn’t have a polar vortex come ...

  4. News Tips and Events

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    16. 23 Guided Winter Walk, 2-3:30 p.m., Seaman Orientation Plaza, Secrest Arboretum, Ohio Agricultural ... secrest.osu.edu/events/guided-winter-walk. 27 Planning for the Future of Your Farm Workshop, Darke County, Romers, 118 East Main St., ...

  5. Chow Line: Summer a Good Time for Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, Other In-Season Produce

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/chow-line-summer-good-time-for-sweet-corn-tomatoes-other-in-season-produce

    Radishes Black raspberries Red raspberries Rhubarb Spinach Summer squash Winter squash Strawberries ...

  6. Bus Tour Promotes Miscanthus Production Opportunities

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/bus-tour-promotes-miscanthus-production-opportunities

    less-than-ideal soils, is harvested in winter, and is used as a bioenergy and bioproduct crop is gaining ... State University. And thanks to this year’s mild winter, 350 acres, representing nearly 10 percent of ... damp winter,” he said. “Work must be accomplished around winter storms. “In 2015, Aloterra Energy made ...

  7. Strawberries, Robots and Taste Tests Featured at Berry Field Night

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/strawberries-robots-and-taste-tests-featured-berry-field-night

    significantly increase yields. For example, strawberries can grow outdoors during winter on a bed of plastic. ... The method involves planting strawberries in September and growing them over the winter using plastic ...

  8. News Tips and Events

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    614-688-3959. Tip 2: Winter in Ohio means, yes, it’s cold outside. Find out how livestock farmers can make it ... weather. Ohio farmers have been combating frigid winter temperatures tending to their farms and animals. ...

  9. Threat of Corn Flea Beetle, Stewart’s Bacterial Wilt Negligible in Ohio this Spring

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/threat-corn-flea-beetle-stewart%E2%80%99s-bacterial-wilt-negligible-in-ohio-spring

    winter weather including cold temperatures, rain, sleet, snow and wind, there is at least one good thing ... numbers of corn flea beetle thanks to the arctic cold temperatures and conditions experienced this winter ... warm, windless days. Higher populations of the flea beetle survive during milder winters than during ...

  10. 12 Days of Experts: Being Naughty Just Got Cheaper, Thanks to Lower Coal Prices

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/12-days-experts-being-naughty-just-got-cheaper-thanks-lower-coal-prices

    impact of last winter’s record low temperatures. Most of the coal that is used in the United States is ... congested rail space. Additionally, due to the bitter cold last winter, coal usage was above normal, and ... relatively low levels heading into the winter of 2014-15. Normally, Roberts said, “roughly 20 percent of all ...

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