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  1. Winter Blues

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/winter-blues

    presented at the annual banquet.   Winter Blues Each year, starting on June 21, the hours of daylight begin ... 2020, the winter blues can seem overwhelming. Between a very divisive pre and post-election, civil ...

  2. Field Management Post Harvest… What Now?

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    As crops are being harvested and fields are being prepped for the winter, there are several field ... late in the year is very risky. Cover crops need to be well established to survive winter and give you ... of slugs that can decimate young seedlings. Residue can help to over winter problematic insects, act ...

  3. Storage of Fall Fruit and Vegetable Crops After Harvest

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    storing some crops to sell throughout the winter and early spring. Some commonly stored vegetables include ... winter months when other crops are unable to be locally grown and sold. These storage practices may be ... pointers before putting away crops over winter include finding varieties that are better suited for winter ...

  4. The Opportunity of the New Year

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    beauty of winter in nature *Each family member gets to choose a movie for the family to enjoy during time ...

  5. Organic Winter Webinar: Considerations for Organic High Tunnel Production

    https://offer.osu.edu/events/organic-winter-webinar-considerations-organic-high-tunnel-production

    There are many questions when starting or considering high tunnel production. Dr. Matt Kleinhenz will discuss general considerations as well as those specific to organic production. https://osu.zoom.us/j/95088967296?pwd=bDBOMXprc1NsZmFtVnhIeGxpNm12QT09 Me ...

  6. Fall Hay Harvest, Weed Control, and Agritourism

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    associated with winter damage to perennial forage stands. Alfalfa, clovers, and many grasses are growing more ... slowly with the cooling fall temperatures. In order to survive the winter, they will need good root ... prepare for winter. Another management consideration involves taking a final cutting after the killing ...

  7. Preparing for Fall

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    weight doesn’t cause damage to them through the winter snows. Check the downspouts and splash ... pipes are exposed to winter weather. Vacuum radiator grills on refrigerators and freezers for them to ...

  8. Grazing Crop Residue

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    residue will help to protect the soil over the winter until crops are established next spring. Thinking ...

  9. Organic Winter Webinar: Winter Kill Cover Crops

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    Please join us for discussion about current research and experimentation on cover crops that might be better for organic production. More details at go.osu.edu/organic-series.   ...

  10. Organic Winter Webinar: Cultural Control Strategies for Nightmare Weeds

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    Some weeds are more adaptive and destructive than others. Dr. Doohan will discuss cultural strategies for combatting nightmare weeds, including ragweed and creeping perennials. Log in information at  go.osu.edu/organic-series ...

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