Well Water Interpretation Tool
Wondering if your well water is safe? To help you find out, we've teamed up with the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio EPA to bring you an online tool to help interpret findings from your water quality test.
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Ohio Maple Days set for January 22-24
If you are a maple enthusiast, you won't want to miss Ohio Maple Days. Registrations are due by January 12.
Ohio Maple Days
OSU Extension announces income tax school schedule
Registration is open for OSU Extension's Income Tax Schools and Agriculture and Natural Resources Issues Workshop. Details are at http://go.osu.edu/taxschools.
Get the latest information on agronomic crops.
The Agronomic Crops Network is an online resource dedicated to bring you the latest news, information, and resources for making important management decision in agronomic crop production. Visit the team's website at http://agcrops.osu.edu.
Get the latest information on agronomic crops.
       

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News

  1. Free Workshops Offered on Developing Nutrient Management Plans

    Nov 17 2014 - 11:35am

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – Four workshops designed to teach Certified Crop Advisers how to help farmers develop nutrient management plans will be offered by agronomists with Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
  2. OSU Extension: Acorn poisoning a potential threat to cattle, sheep

    Nov 13 2014 - 4:20pm

    The increase in this year’s fall acorn crop means that livestock producers who have oak trees in their pastures need to be on the lookout - acorns from these trees could cause kidney failure in their animals, particularly in cattle and sheep. Acorn poisoning can be a significant issue for producers, especially in feeder calves that are more susceptible to developing kidney failure after ingesting acorns, said Stan Smith, an Ohio State University Extension program assistant in agriculture and natural resources.
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    Fall Harvest Requires Increased Focus on Safety

    Nov 13 2014 - 3:02pm

    Working long hours without an adequate amount of sleep is just one example of how farmers can increase their risk of injury during harvest, a safety expert with Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences said.Knowing some simple safety precautions to take during harvesting is critical for farmers to reduce the potential for injuries, said Andy Bauer, an Ohio State University Extension agricultural health and safety professional. OSU Extension is the outreach arm of the college.