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  1. Join Farm Office Live from Farm Science Review!

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/news/join-farm-office-live-farm-science-review

    law, farm management, farm business analysis, and other farm office issues from Extension faculty in ... the College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at OSU.  Join us this month as we ...

  2. Western Ohio Cropland Values and Cash Rents for 2020-21

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/news/western-ohio-cropland-values-and-cash-rents-2020-21

    Ohio cropland varies significantly in its production capabilities and, consequently, cropland ... values and cash rents may include field size and shape, field accessibility, market access, local market ... density, and competition for the cropland in a region. Factors specific to cash rental rates may include ...

  3. Lawn Grass Cultivar Selection

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-4027

    should also be included in the blend. For instance, Kentucky bluegrass seed planted in shady areas should ... may result in poor or thin grass establishment and excessive maintenance needs. When establishing ... turf to thrive in differing environmental conditions. Planting a blend does not necessarily guarantee ...

  4. Hepatitis E: A Foodborne Zoonotic Threat in the U.S. and Abroad

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/as-20

    veterinarians (Cossaboom et al. 2016). Foods Implicated In developing countries, drinking unsanitary water is ... E virus (HEV) is a pathogen found in several agriculturally important animal species and in humans. Humans ... can acquire some strains of HEV from animals. HEV is endemic in many U.S. swine herds without ...

  5. The Cannabis Market and Its Impact on Hemp

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-97

    markets have reached $14 billion in annual sales in the U.S. (Somani 2019; Mikulic 2020). In comparison, ... Most of the ongoing cannabis market development takes place in states with established programs for ... billion-dollar market as a result of provisions included in the Tenth Amendment and due to the low priority ...

  6. Growing Rhubarb in the Home Garden

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-1631

    Rhubarb was first cultivated in the Far East more than 2,000 years ago. It was initially grown for ... medicinal purposes, but was grown for culinary use in Britain and America in the 18th century. Ohio is ... growth. The tops are usually killed in the first heavy freeze in the fall, but the roots survive and ...

  7. Nurturant Grandfathering: Mentoring Work

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-5802

    meals and dishes, preserve foods, or grow fruits and vegetables in their own garden. Share hobbies with ... are motivated to do mentoring work because of their grandchildren’s need to be competent in and ... commitment to be present and participate actively in his grandchildren’s lives. It also means he takes ...

  8. Nurturant Grandfathering: Family Identity Work

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-5806

    participate actively in his grandchildren’s lives. It also means that a grandfather will take a personal ... interest in helping his grandchildren reach their potential. Grandfatherwork is grounded in the human ... developmental stage of generativity. Life span theorist Erik Erikson proposed the term generativity in 1950 ...

  9. Inclusive Excellence in Hiring

    https://cfaesdei.osu.edu/webinars-and-other-events/inclusive-excellence-hiring

    Inclusive Excellence in Hiring This 90-minute webinar provides an overview of best practices for ... various forms of bias can play in screening applicants and identify ways that intersecting social ... identities create an unlevel competitive job market. Strategies for recruitment of historically ...

  10. Lime and the Home Lawn

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-4026

    Updated 2021: David S. Gardner, Professor, Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, Ohio State ... in Ohio home lawns, a soil pH between 6.0 and 7.0 (slightly acidic) is ideal. Many of our home lawn ... such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium from the soil. This occurs more frequently in areas of heavy ...

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