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4-H Science Saturday: What's up with the weather?
of clouds, find out about the density of air and even do some weather observations. We’ll be ...
Dale A. Seiberling Receives Ohio State Alumni Award
a 2013 CFAES Office of Development press release about Seiberling and his major contributions to our ...
Time to Think about Planting Peas
snow and snap peas may have strings which need to be removed before eating. Pea shoots, about 6 inches ... varieties are often determinant, meaning they will produce all their peas about the same time, many of the ... inches deep and 2 inches apart in double rows about 6-8 inches apart with a trellis, if necessary, down ...
Collaborative Approaches for Food Entrepreneur Development
consumers in 2011, about $26 billion (89%) of the food was sourced outside of the state. If Ohio residents ...
A Super Time for Super Berries
Agriculture and USDA for this specialty crop block grant. If you are thinking about planting any of the ...
Lumber grading training creates opportunities for workforce
and will return in 2016. You can read more about the June training in the Pike County News Watchman at ...
Farm Science Review to be held September 16-18
nutrient and lime applications, and drainage installations. The Gwynne Conservation Area is a 67-acre ...
PetPALS Preparing Pets
will provide information about what the 4-H members must know and do to make sure their pets are in ...
information about 4-H CARTEENS, visit www.ohio4h.org/4-h-youth/teens/carteens. ...
Harvesting Your Own Garden Seeds
harvesting is an old industry that many of us do not think much about anymore. Now we typically order seeds ...