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  1. Ohio Nutrient Management Mobile Applications

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/field-faucet-projects/nutrient-management-mobile-apps

    operators a means to efficiently evaluate field level soil test data and compare to the Tri-State Fertilizer ... apps are all designed to help farmers address fertilizer management to improve profitability and water ...

  2. Ohio Board of Regents Projects

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/ohio-dept-higher-education-projects

    of Health. Projects Smarter charcoal use: guidance for water treatment plants during algal bloom ... guidance on how water treatment plants can most effectively remove harmful algal toxins from drinking ... water. Lead: John Lenhart, Ohio State University. Read more... Mapping the social landscape for stronger ...

  3. Red Thread is Rampant!

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/red-thread-rampant-0

    years will drastically reduce further red thread problems. If soil is low or deficient in phosphorous ... extend dew periods (such as watering in the late afternoon and early evening).- Fungicides may be used to ...

  4. Jay Martin to Lead Field to Faucet

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/news/jay-martin-lead-field-faucet

    a water quality program launched by The Ohio State University to ensure safe drinking water while ... Toledo’s water supply for two days in August 2014. Microcystin is a toxin made by some algae. It is also ... the first project area under the university's new Global Water Initiative, for which Martin is ...

  5. Ohio State Improving Water Quality, One Farm at a Time

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-improving-water-quality-one-farm-time

    part of the college’s efforts to continue to improve Ohio water quality. Taught by Ohio State ... fertilizers, especially phosphorus, out of Ohio’s waters, said Greg LaBarge, an OSU Extension field specialist ... of the work Ohio State is doing to continue to improve water quality. The new law requires farmers ...

  6. Reduce Nutrient Runoff

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/reduce-nutrient-runoff

    measure nutrients in the field and in immediate tributary waters; ways to harvest excess nutrients before ... they leach into water; and ways that communities can figure out the most beneficial combination of ... will quickly scan for multiple algal toxins in water, food A new sensor under development at The Ohio ...

  7. Summer Patch Treatment

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/summer-patch-treatment-0

    Usually the recommendations are for the first application to go down when: Soil temperatures are 65° At ... recommending waiting until soil temperatures are closer 70-75° F before making the first application. ...

  8. Development Of BioFET Sensors For Real Time Monitoring Of Cyanotoxins

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/field-faucet-projects/handheld-sensors-monitoring-cyanotoxins

    New field sensors will quickly scan for multiple algal toxins in water, food Principal ... University will detect harmful substances in water or food much more quickly than current methods. When water ... the water. But in the case of harmful algal blooms, current methods for getting those answers are ...

  9. Home

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/home

    Ensuring safe drinking water while keeping farms productive and profitable Ohio State researchers ... and their partners seek to improve lake water quality and support healthy ecosystems so that people ... can drink the water, the lake can sustain recreation and fishing, and the ecosystem can endure short- ...

  10. Anthracnose Management on Greens (Basal Rot Anthracnose)

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/anthracnose-management-greens-basal-rot-anthracnose

    over watering and excessive wet soils and conditions of continuously wet thatch.  - Syringe to prevent ... subsurface), reducing thatch and soil compaction, core aeration, deep tine cultivate, topdress, verticut, etc. ... stress. Both extremes in watering increase the disease. Poor surface drainage and/or poor internal root ...

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