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  1. Environmental Quality

    https://oardc.osu.edu/impacts/environmental-quality

    The environment touches us in many ways: trees in yards, crops in fields, lakes and streams, and ...

  2. Pumpkin Field Day

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/pumpkin-field-day

    issues from farmers and crop consultants. In addition to pumpkins, the field day also addresses issues ... This year’s Aug. 18 Pumpkin Field Day will offer growers valuable research updates regarding ... field day will feature some traditional stops, including an eight-treatment powdery mildew fungicide ...

  3. OFFER Field Day

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/offer-field-day

    field day will start at West Badger Farm located at 1501 Apple Creek Road/County Road 44 between Wooster ... go south 1.1 miles on Apple Creek Road. Look for OFFER Field Day signs on the west side of Apple ... Creek Road between Ely Road and Secrest Road. Participants interested in vegetable production will ...

  4. Hops Tours

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/hops-tours

    Learn about hops and how to grow the increasingly popular crop during the First Fridays Hops Tours ... University. The tours are part of the Hop Production to Enhance Economic Opportunities for Farmers and Brewers ... and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, and a tour of the hop fields at the Piketon ...

  5. Pollinators

    https://oardc.osu.edu/impacts/pollinators

    crops. But hard winters, habitat loss, unintended pesticide impacts and other environmental factors have ... — and in the process, securing farmers’ income and food production — is among the key work being done by ...

  6. Alternative Crops Enterprises – Barley and Hops – Are They an Option for You?

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/alternative-crops-enterprises-%E2%80%93-barley-and-hops-%E2%80%93-are-they-option-you

    Growing hops and barley crops is an increasingly popular way to generate additional income from ... the farm. But before growers decide to devote some acreage to these new crops, they need to understand ... be a $20,000 per acre investment just to get started,” he said. “Hops and barley crops are having ...

  7. Soil Health and Water Quality – How Does It Affect Me? A Look at Edge of Field Studies and NCARS Water Samples.

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/soil-health-and-water-quality-%E2%80%93-how-does-it-affect-me-look-edge-field-studies-and-ncars-water

    Growing hops and barley crops is an increasingly popular way to generate additional income from ... the farm. But before growers decide to devote some acreage to these new crops, they need to understand ... be a $20,000 per acre investment just to get started,” he said. “Hops and barley crops are having ...

  8. Pepper Evaluation and Field Walk – Bells, Bananas, Jalapenos

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/pepper-evaluation-and-field-walk-%E2%80%93-bells-bananas-jalapenos

    Growing hops and barley crops is an increasingly popular way to generate additional income from ... the farm. But before growers decide to devote some acreage to these new crops, they need to understand ... be a $20,000 per acre investment just to get started,” he said. “Hops and barley crops are having ...

  9. Sweet Corn Evaluation, Field Walk and Taste It for Yourself

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/sweet-corn-evaluation-field-walk-and-taste-it-yourself

    Growing hops and barley crops is an increasingly popular way to generate additional income from ... the farm. But before growers decide to devote some acreage to these new crops, they need to understand ... be a $20,000 per acre investment just to get started,” he said. “Hops and barley crops are having ...

  10. The OSU Food Safety Program – What Can It Do for You?

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/osu-food-safety-program-%E2%80%93-what-can-it-do-you

    Growing hops and barley crops is an increasingly popular way to generate additional income from ... the farm. But before growers decide to devote some acreage to these new crops, they need to understand ... be a $20,000 per acre investment just to get started,” he said. “Hops and barley crops are having ...

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