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  1. See Winter's, Tornado's Effects on Arboretum Feb. 28

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/see-winters-tornados-effects-arboretum-feb-28

    University’s Secrest Arboretum will hold a free public Winter Walk Feb. 28, and the focus will be both on ... winter has been like and also related to the tornado,” said Arboretum Program Coordinator Ken Cochran. ... He’ll lead the outing. “We’ll look at the winter structure of trees, fruits that stay through winter and ...

  2. Its Still Slug Season

    https://guernsey.osu.edu/program-areas/master-gardener-volunteers/seasonal-gardening-tips/its-still-slug-season

    the winter in the soil. For this reason if you rake over the area where you saw slugs in the summer it ... will expose over wintering slugs and eggs, killing them. ...

  3. Getting Started in Hops Production Workshop is Feb. 4

    https://governmentaffairs.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/getting-started-hops-production-workshop-feb-4

    Extension and OARDC. Hops provide bitterness to balance the sweetness of malt sugars. And now is a good time ...

  4. Optimal Window for Planting Wheat Tightening

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/optimal-window-planting-wheat-tightening

    harvest, the optimal window for planting winter wheat in the Eastern Corn Belt is rapidly closing according ... week and a half are especially critical for planting winter wheat in the optimal window. The concept is ... winter, but late enough to minimize problems with insect and diseases The Hessian Fly-free date in Ohio ...

  5. OSU Expert: Warm Winter May Bring Early Insects, But Effect on Field Crops Depends More on Weather and Growers’ Planting Dates

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/osu-expert-warm-winter-may-bring-early-insects-effect-field-crops-depends-more-weather

    March 16, 2012 WOOSTER, Ohio – While the near-record warm winter Ohio has experienced this year ... the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center.   The reason?  This winter is the warmest ... winter experienced nationwide since 2000 and the fourth-warmest winter on record, according to the ...

  6. Fall Gardening

    https://guernsey.osu.edu/program-areas/master-gardener-volunteers/seasonal-gardening-tips/fall-gardening

    established before the harshness of winter.  Do not fertilize fall-planted stock.  You still need to water the ... plants well, allowing them to recover from transplant shock and establish themselves before winter ... from the freezing and thawing cycle. If not established before winter comes, plants have a tendency to ...

  7. Lawns Coming Out of Winter

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/lawns-coming-out-winter

    cover of snow in the winter. If the crowns of the grass plants were not eaten by the critters and are ... nimblewill (Muhlenbergia schreberi). Damaged spots from pet urine during the winter. If the salt levels are ...

  8. Brown Ring Patch/Waitea Patch

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/brown-ring-patchwaitea-patch-2

    winter/spring to hot early summer like weather conditions, i.e. like we are having in Ohio this week. Even ...

  9. Dollar Spot Applications

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/dollar-spot-applications

    Ok, so we didn’t have much of a winter to speak of. Temperatures are in the middle 70’s to low ... dormant, and most of us would agree our turf didn’t go into winter in the best of shape. Now consider the ...

  10. Pink Snow Mold and Red Thread Update

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/pink-snow-mold-and-red-thread-update-0

    active on turf this winter and early spring. One is pink snow mold, also referred to as Microdochium ... winter and has been noted in many lawns in Ohio (see figures 3 and 4). How to Field Diagnose To help with ...

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