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  1. Secrest Arboretum MGVs Share their Year

    https://mastergardener.osu.edu/news/secrest-arboretum-mgvs-share-their-year

    young people so interested in plants and trees.           Over the winter months, educational classes ... are offered bi-weekly to refresh and expand volunteer skills.  In late winter and early spring, ... the gardens change from week to week, and everyone is amazed as plants wake up from their winter ...

  2. Summer Gardening Series- Urbana

    https://mastergardener.osu.edu/node/129

    7 –Composting September 4 –Food Preservation 19–Community Meal (at the Episcopal Church) October 2 –Winterizing ...

  3. Huron MGVs Partner to Help Feed the Hungry

    https://mastergardener.osu.edu/news/huron-mgvs-partner-help-feed-hungry

    winter to show the students the results of their involvement in TBHCG.  This break from their normal ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. Hardin MGVs Emphasize the Importance of Native Plants

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

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

  6. Small Grains Field Day

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-18-issue-3/small-grains-field-day

    at the Small Grains Field Day include: Malting Barley: Opportunities and Possibilities for Ohio Small ...

  7. Research

    https://stockingerlab.osu.edu/research

    the cereal crops, the CBFs may also play a key role in winter survival. In general, the cereal crops: ... wheat, barley and rye; are generally one of either two types: winter or spring. Winter types require fall ... planting and must survive the winter. In contrast spring types are planted in the spring and are unable to ...

  8. Planting Small Grains in Late Summer for Supplemental Forage

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-9-issue-2/planting-small-grains-late-summer-supplemental-forage

    Wheat and winter triticale are not good options for autumn forage because they do not grow much in ... autumn. However, wheat and winter triticale will produce good yields of high quality forage in the spring. ... Winter rye is also an option for early spring forage. Some forage-type varieties of winter rye (e.g. ...

  9. Evaluating Forage Stands After the Winter Season

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-6-issue-2/evaluating-forage-stands-after-winter-season

    Dr. Mark Sulc, Forage Specialist, Ohio State University As winter releases its grip, forage crops ... and plant vigor. I don't expect any major problems with winter survival this year, but there are ... coming growing season. Chickweed and other winter annuals can be a real problem in late summer seedings, ...

  10. Pollinators

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

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

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