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  1. Prepare to Evaluate Forage Stands for Winter Injury

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/prepare-evaluate-forage-stands-winter-injury

    few weeks, especially in southern Ohio. While winter injury in forages is very hard to predict, this ... winter has presented some very tough conditions for forage stands. This is especially true of legumes ... the soil temperatures this winter in Ohio do not pose a concern. The greater concern we have for ...

  2. External resources and links

    https://stockingerlab.osu.edu/malting-barley-resources/external-resources-and-links

    found here.  This list is updated on a yearly basis and winter malting barleys are indicated as well. ... The following external links will provide you with a wealth of information on malting, brewing, ... often.  Please feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, or suggestions!   American Malting ...

  3. Living with Lower Quality and Limited Amounts of Forage

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-21-issue-3/living-lower-quality-and-limited-amounts-forage

    State University The numerous freeze-thaw cycles and wet ground last winter were very hard on alfalfa ... stands, resulting in substantial winter kill. Numerous stands across the State were completely destroyed. ...

  4. Ohio Pawpaw Growers Association Newsletters

    https://southcenters.osu.edu/horticulture/publications/newsletters/ohio-pawpaw-growers-association-newsletters

    Winter 2015   2014 Newsletters OPGA Spring 2014 Newsletter OPGA Fall 2014 Newsletter  NAPGA E-zine March ...

  5. What Are Your Bedding Options- is $100/ton Straw an Option?

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-21-issue-3/what-are-your-bedding-options-100ton-straw-option

    Wheat fields are thin and straw is hard to find this year. Straw price went sky high last winter and ... a great bedding source but also removes coverage that helps prevent winter soil erosion. One option for ... erosion. Even if it is oats that does not over winter, the cover helps avoid erosion. On average, one ton ...

  6. About Us

    https://stockingerlab.osu.edu/about-us

    winter hardiness in the Triticeae cereals at the gene and gene regulatory level. Development of winter ... malting barley adapted to Ohio and the neighboring Great Lake and Midwest state regions.       ...

  7. Strawberries

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

    techniques, day-neutral production systems and winter row cover management techniques still need to be ... susceptibility and tolerance, and winter injury percentages are monitored and recorded.   Current strawberry ... research includes: (1) Current row cover recommendations for winter protection are effective but do not ...

  8. Join Franklin County 4-H

    https://franklin.osu.edu/news/join-franklin-county-4-h

    late fall or early winter, to ensure your family is formally enrolled by April 1.  Q: How else can ... I learn more about 4-H? A: A great way to learn about 4-H is by attending the Franklin County 4-H Winter ... Center, the Winter Fair is an excellent opportunity to learn about local 4-H clubs, individual projects, ...

  9. Assessing Winter Damage and Evaluating Alfalfa Stand Health

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-21-issue-2/assessing-winter-damage-and-evaluating-alfalfa-stand

    Department of Horticulture and Crop Science, The Ohio State University The winter of 2019 has been ... throughout the fall and winter periods. Add all of this together and there is the potential for some ... significant winter injury. Forage growers should plan to spend time assessing winter damage and evaluating the ...

  10. August Establishment of Perennial Forages

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/august-establishment-perennial-forages

    the tillering stage of development before the onset of winter. If the fall is warm and extended, ... locations that historically are a little milder than most of Ohio’s winters. The year after seeding legumes, ... during the winter, and seedlings literally "melt away" in winter and early spring. It can be ...

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