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We invite you to learn more about what we are doing for Ohioans
Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference
This conference will take place on March 6, 2018 – March 7, 2018. The topics that will be covered include, but are not limited to cover crops, nutrient management, soil and water quality, precision agriculture, soil health, on-farm research and decisions, conservation planning and no-till systems. Click here for more information and to register.
Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference
Agricultural Nutrient Management: State Innovations and Local Responsibility Webinar Announced
Join us for this informative webinar on Feb. 21 focusing on runoff issues including agricultural fields.
Ohio Woodland, Water, and Wildlife Conference
Click here to register for the 2018 Ohio Woodland, Water, and Wildlife Conference. See you there!
Pesticide and Fertilizer Training Opportunities
Look for fertilizer certification and private pesticide applicator recertification sessions near you!
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Agriculture and Natural Resources

News

  1. Watters named International Certified Crop Adviser of the Year

    Feb 12, 2018

    The American Society of Agronomy (ASA) recently announced that Harold D. Watters, Ohio State University has been named the International Certified Crop Adviser of the Year.

    The annual award is presented for outstanding contributions to agronomy through education, national and international service, and research.

  2. Ohio Grape and Wine Conference

    Conference Offers Tools To Make Better Ohio Wines

    Feb 6, 2018

    DUBLIN, Ohio — With a steady increase in the number of Ohio wineries and the gallons of wine produced every year, the focus of this year’s Ohio Grape and Wine conference is making those wines taste even better.
  3. Ohio State Organic Experts Among OEFFA Conference Speakers

    Feb 2, 2018

    How certain natural microbes can help crops grow better and faster. How to make contaminated soils, sometimes present in cities, healthy for urban farming.