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Most of Ohio’s 2014 Wine Grape Crop Lost Due to Polar Vortex, Ohio State Survey Finds
this industry anywhere in the eastern U.S.,” he said. “Our industry has been fortunate to avoid ...
Miller Ecological Park- "Fulfilling My Father's Dream"
information about Miller Ecological Park: Miller Ecological Park Takes Shape ...
CD Weekly Wire- October 15, 2012
constituents. That’s where the County Highlights come in. Of all the publications we use with elected officials, ... your county. Because the audience for this document is busy, research tells us to keep it brief. Please ... effective impact writing. If you have questions about how to write impact or highlight statements, contact ...
Have questions? Your local OSU Extension office has resources to answer farm, garden, home, and business questions! Click here to: Find your local OSU Extension Office. Click below for other resources: For administrative quest ...
CD Wire- December 3, 2012
an overview of health care in this country, what has brought us to health care reform, and changes as ... learn more about food, health, nutrition and agriculture. For more information, click here to read the ...
Will Mother Nature allow for timely corn planting?
article about corn planting. Will Mother Nature allow for timely corn planting? March 26, 2014 The ...
The World Beneath Your Feet
world to support the plant, and ultimately animal life on earth. Let us start with the smallest ...
Recognizing Farm Equipment Hazards
information about OSU Ag Safety visit http://www.agsafety.osu.edu or contact Kent McGuire, OSU Agricultural ...
Retired OSU Professor Works To Preserve Genetically Superior Trees
There’s probably about a dozen of them and so now we have an alley of red oak,” Struve says. The seeds for ...
CD Wire- April 2, 2013
efforts. Think about the questions and/or issues you may have run into using Turnitin (discussed in the ... determining the Public Value of Extension- April 25 at 2:30 p.m. Bioenergy Crops Production Trials Update- ... (July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012) is 5:00 p.m. on Monday, April 8. If you have questions about the ...