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  1. Composting Industry Tour Set for Aug. 23 in NW Ohio: How to Handle 1,300 Tons of Leaves, 35 Million Pounds of Food Scraps, More

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/composting-industry-tour-set-aug-23-nw-ohio-how-handle-1300-tons-leaves-35-million

    1,000 tons of brush into mulch, is home to Ohio’s first commercial wind farm, and is currently ... Aug. 17. General registration costs $40, student registration is $25, and both include lunch. ...

  2. Corn Harvest Winding Down, Yields Better Than Expected

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/corn-harvest-winding-down-yields-better-expected

    after June 1 and we ran into a major drought that devastated yields,” Thomison pointed out. ... the concern now is the potential for yield loss the longer the crop stays in the field. “Generally ... “Yield losses are often limited up to that point, but once we get into late November and December, the ...

  3. OARDC Impact Archive

    https://oardc.osu.edu/node/1992

    Inc., which is the first OARDC spinout into the university’s BioHio Research Park, an agbioscience ... moving off farm fields. Opening Doors for New Research into Cancer-fighting Food Dyes Anthocyanins are ...

  4. Technology & Commercialization

    https://oardc.osu.edu/research-resources/technology-commercialization

    into startup services. The TCO also provides support and access to funding for pre- and post-licensed ...

  5. Could mosquitoes spread Zika in Ohio? ‘Chances are very low’: OARDC scientist

    https://oardc.osu.edu/newsletter/oardc-report-newsletter/may-june-2016/could-mosquitoes-spread-zika-ohio-%E2%80%98chances-are-very

    spread Zika isn’t well understood, and that it’s unlikely they’d bring the virus into the state. Based on ... that, he said the only way he can envision Zika spreading in Ohio “is if an infected person comes into ...

  6. Chow Line: Cassava roots source of tapioca

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/chow-line-cassava-roots-source-tapioca

    the raw roots and leaves of the cassava plant can be toxic. The two general types of cassava plant are ... classified into sweet and bitter, and, not surprisingly, the bitter varieties contain much more of the toxic ... substance. The thing is, they are also generally higher-producing: that toxin-- a form of cyanide-- protects ...

  7. Forage Options Increasing for Frost Seeding

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/forage-options-increasing-frost-seeding

    into contact with bare soil," said Lewandowski. Livestock producers renovate their pastures for ... Lewandowski. "Pasture renovation also improves the pasture mix. Putting a legume into the system provides ... acidic soils and in soils of low fertility, so no additional amendments are generally required. Frost ...

  8. OARDC Receives NorTech Innovation Award for Bio-energy Initiative

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/oardc-receives-nortech-innovation-award-bio-energy-initiative

    efforts to optimize technologies for the conversion of Ohio's abundant biomass into clean energy have ... to convert waste products into a useful energy source and for the efficiency of such conversion, ... as anaerobic digestion and fuel cells — for the biological conversion of biomass into scalable ...

  9. Chow Line: Help available on food preservation (for 7/19/09)

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/chow-line-help-available-food-preservation-71909-1

    preservation (freezing or maybe even canning) so we can enjoy our harvest well into winter. How can I make sure ... can should definitely review the "General Information" on the "How Do I Can?" ... page. It offers general safety guidelines, recommendations on jars and lids, and helpful information on ...

  10. Corn Crop Off to a Good Start

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/corn-crop-good-start

    year, they put the reins on planting this year with the majority of the crop going into the ground by ... damage," said Thomison. "As long as there is no secondary damage, such as bacteria getting into the ... whorl, corn can generally recover and produce good yields."   Candace Pollock Peter Thomison False ...

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