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  1. Thank You for the Wayne County Welcome

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/thank-you-wayne-county-welcome

    perform pasture evaluation and weed identification. Still remaining true to my equestrian roots ...

  2. Poison Hemlock and Alfalfa Stands

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    rooted crops such as alfalfa and red clover are particularly susceptible to heaving damage.  Conditions ... and digging plant roots.  Select random sites throughout the field and evaluate the plants in ... Evaluation of crown and root tissue provides the best indication of how the plant will hold up to stresses in ...

  3. Callery Pear- A Beautiful Tree That's Causing a Stink

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    they begin to choke out native plant species and become thick, deep rooted stands of trees that are ...

  4. Spring Pond Management

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    the pond.  Adding more White Amur fish (biological) is not the answer.  They eat bottom rooted pond ...

  5. Early Grazing

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    of work to do to rebuild their energy reserves and establish new root mass for a successful growing ...

  6. Dormant Fruit Tree Management

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    are other dormant sprays to help control diseases, such as Phytophthora crown/root/collar rot or ... horticultural oil per 100 gallons of water. This should be made as a dilute application, with plenty of water so ... the rate can be dropped to 1%, meaning 1 gallon of horticultural oil per 100 gallons of water. Oil at ...

  7. Increased Fertilizer Applications May Not Increase Yield or Profits

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    through the soil until they are out of reach of plant roots. Others may get washed away in runoff after ...

  8. Do's and Dont's for Getting Your Yard and Garden Ready for Winter

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/dos-and-donts-getting-your-yard-and-garden-ready-winter

    trim off the top of the plants, leaving a few inches of the stem and trim off the roots and remove the ... on the base of the tree and burrowing through and chewing on the roots. This kind of damage to the ...

  9. Useful Links and Resources

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    Bearer-  Showing Respect for American and 4-H Flags 4-H and Social Media  -   National 4-H Social Media ... Parties for 5th through 8th Graders Stain Removal Horticulture, Gardening, Insects, Trees, & Natural ...

  10. Fall Hay Harvest, Weed Control, and Agritourism

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    slowly with the cooling fall temperatures. In order to survive the winter, they will need good root ... plant is producing vegetative above-ground growth after a cutting, the root reserves are temporarily ... frost date, often in mid-October. This practice does not affect the root reserves as discussed above ...

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