More than 209 on-farm research sites, nearly 17,500 farmer participating in Fertilizer Applicator Certification Training, and resources for farmers to reduce nutrient loss are just some of the goals accomplished by the Nutrient Stewardship for Cleaner Water signature program.
Ohio State University Extension's new signature program is dedicated to creating a soil health education and outreach network. Building Ohio's soil health will create a vital, living ecosystem that sustains, plants, animals, and humans creating sustainable, environmental quality.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The newly renegotiated trade agreement involving the United States, Canada and Mexico offers farmers a bit more security about markets for dairy, corn and other products, but hefty Mexican tariffs still in place hinder business, according to an agricultural trade specialist with The Ohio State University.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — This sounds more like a dare than research.
Student employees at The Ohio State University willingly don plastic suits and masks to dig into trash and pull out tossed food in its various forms: partly eaten, uneaten, wet and reeking. Then they weigh it.
LONDON, Ohio — Under sunny skies for three days, visitors to the 56th annual Farm Science Review took a break from harvest to learn about the latest innovations in agriculture and to shade their faces beneath the brim of free foam hats shaped like ears of corn.