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  1. This was the polar express: ‘Worst grape damage on record in Ohio’

    https://oardc.osu.edu/newsletter/oardc-report-newsletter/july-august-2014/was-polar-express-%E2%80%98worst-grape-damage-record

    cold that deep-froze Ohio last winter. Which wasn’t good for the state’s wine grapes at all. In ... a survey of 62 grape growers around Ohio, OARDC scientist Imed Dami (pictured) found that last winter ... record in Ohio, even worse than the last bad (winter) that took place in 1994.” “This is probably the ...

  2. Winter 2020 Achievements Edition

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/newsletter/connections-newsletter/winter-2020-achievements-edition

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  3. Raspberries

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/horticulture/fruits/raspberries

    harvest.  Good winter hardiness, very good root suckering and vigor.  May not be winter hardy where winter ... fruit quality. Performance in Ohio and other states is not known. Winter hardiness may be a concern. May ... winter injury), vigorous, and sucker easily.  Large, soft fruit is cohesive with good flavor.  Good fresh ...

  4. Updates on Fruit Research Projects and Extension Programs at South Centers

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/newsletter/spring-2018/updates-fruit-research-projects-and-extension-programs-south-centers

    last stumbling blocks for successful blueberry production is winter storage.  We have used row covers ... as a way to protect blueberry roots during the winter months. However, this method is quite ...

  5. Benefits of Late Fall Fertilization

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/benefits-late-fall-fertilization-0

    season fertilization not be confused with dormant and/or winter fertilization Late season nitrogen ... confused with dormant and/or winter fertilization. The latter method implies that fertilizer applications ... better fall and winter color; earlier spring green-up; increased shoot density; improved fall, winter ...

  6. Healthy Ground, Healthy Atmosphere: Recarbonizing the Earth's Soils

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/news/healthy-ground-healthy-atmosphere-recarbonizing-the-earths-soils

    than 10 varieties of plants, including crimson clover, pearl millet, and Austrian winter peas, form ... all winter,” Brandt says. “And in the spring, we’ll plant corn right into this.” (to read the full ...

  7. Pollinators

    https://oardc.osu.edu/impacts/pollinators

    crops. But hard winters, habitat loss, unintended pesticide impacts and other environmental factors have ...

  8. Northeast Ohio Winter Grape School

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/northeast-ohio-winter-grape-school

    Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University. The Northeast Ohio Winter Grape School will also provide ... information on how growers across the region can manage winter damaged vines and how to write a business ... winters. ·         Managing Winter Damaged Vines — presented by Imed Dami, a CFAES associate professor and ...

  9. Rust is occurring several months earlier than normal

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/rust-occurring-several-months-earlier-normal

    Due to mild winter weather conditions the disease called RUST is active on lawns. This disease has ... until late July, August or the autumn. Hard winters kill the spores of this fungal disease. The pathogen ... USA where it over winters in the milder climates. Since rust is developing so early and due to drought ...

  10. Hardin MGVs Emphasize the Importance of Native Plants

    https://mastergardener.osu.edu/news/hardin-mgvs-emphasize-importance-native-plants-0

    to our yearly conditions, cold in winter, hot and dry in summer, wet periods, or the clay based soil ...

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