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  1. Plant Now for a Fall Garden Harvest

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/events/plant-now-for-fall-garden-harvest

      It may still be summertime, but now is the time to prepare for a fall harvest! Fall is a great ... he shares what you can plant now so you can enjoy a garden harvest this fall! Tuesday, July 21 6:30 ... p.m. EDT Zoom webinar Cost-  Webinar is free but registration is required ...

  2. New fact sheet series for specialty crop growers focuses on dicamba and 2,4-D drift

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/new-fact-sheet-series-for-specialty-crop-growers-focuses-dicamba-and-24-d-drift

    expanded use of these herbicides during the growing season has led to an increased threat of drift damage ... might for food safety concerns. He also stresses the importance of documenting suspected drift quickly, ... Management. The working group organized in fall 2019 and plans additional work in the coming year, including ...

  3. Agricultural Hall of Fame Nominations Sought

    https://fulton.osu.edu/news/agricultural-hall-fame-nominations-sought-0

    a late-fall reception is being planned for recipients.  Individuals or organizations who would like to make ... plaques will be on display at the new Fulton County Fair Office Building starting this fall. ...

  4. Summer Food Safety Tips

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/summer-food-safety-tips

    a great way to buy the local foods you are craving! Naturally, markets and stands are putting safety ... food safety may come up when purchasing fresh fruits and vegetables, especially if you plan to eat the ... produce raw (uncooked). If you have questions about COVID-19 and food safety, you are not alone! The Food ...

  5. Summer Food Safety Tips

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/summer-food-safety-tips-0

    a great way to buy the local foods you are craving! Naturally, markets and stands are putting safety ... food safety may come up when purchasing fresh fruits and vegetables, especially if you plan to eat the ... produce raw (uncooked). If you have questions about COVID-19 and food safety, you are not alone! The Food ...

  6. Chow line: Salad recall prompts questions of parasite

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/chow-line-salad-recall-prompts-questions-parasite

    Sanja Ilic, the state food safety specialist for Ohio State University Extension. OSU Extension is the ... stomach cramps or pain, bloating, increased gas, nausea, and fatigue.  People may also experience ... Ilic, state food safety specialist for OSU Extension. Sanja Ilic OSU Extension, Food Safety Chow Line ...

  7. Summer Calf Hutch Management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/summer-calf-hutch-management

    compared to straw.  Providing calves with a small outdoor pen attached to the hutch may also increase calf ... harvest is just around the corner.  After wheat harvest, there is still a significant chunk of the growing ... this might be the year to try a cover crop as forage following wheat harvest.  Jason Hartschuh, ...

  8. Summer Milking Management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/summer-milking-management

    teats, this should raise a flag because often the use of water will result in increased incidence of ... more effort into barn, stall and pasture management to increase cow cleanliness in those environments.  ... or too late can increase milking time and/or reduce milk yield.  Oxytocin is a hormone that causes ...

  9. Food Preservation

    https://greene.osu.edu/program-areas/family-and-consumer-sciences/healthy-people/food-preservation

    workshops focus on teaching the basics of canning, freezing, and other methods of food preservation. Classes ... typically address: Basic food safety principles Water bath canner and pressure canner methods Principles ... others Free Virtual Food Preservation Workshops These virtual workshop will focus on the basics of home ...

  10. New veggie garden? 6 tips for keeping it healthy through summer

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/new-veggie-garden-6-tips-for-keeping-it-healthy-through-summer

    fall Fall’s a great time for gardens. “The rain comes back, there’s plenty of daylight, and the bugs ...

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