Site

Search results

  1. Better Process Control School

    https://foodindustries.osu.edu/events/better-process-control-school-3

    Industries Center is an FDA, USDA, and FSIS required course for processors of low-acid and acidified foods. ... Additionally, BPCS is an excellent food safety training for processing and quality assurance supervisors, ... Participants are required to attend sessions and complete a standardized exam on each topic. A passing score of ...

  2. Increased Fertilizer Applications May Not Increase Yield or Profits

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/increased-fertilizer-applications-may-not-increase-yield-or-profits

    nutrients in the soil. The goal was to reduce fertilizer costs without reducing yield, thus increasing ... Purdue, and Ohio State Universities, the recommendations all focus on maximizing profitability. Beyond ... field research plots, which only focused on nitrogen levels in the soil (but the principle also applies ...

  3. Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage for the 2021 Crop Year

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-01/agricultural-risk-coverage-and-price-loss-coverage-2021-crop-year

    with no penalty. While it is optional to make changes to program elections, producers are required to ... unless selecting ARC-Individual where all crops under that FSA Farm Number fall under that program. These ... 2019 crop had been harvested. Yields for 2019 were known at the time of the enrollment deadline for ...

  4. Winter Pasture Management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/winter-pasture-management

    for starters, muddy conditions, especially when it gets to hock level or deeper, increases the ... nutrient requirements of our livestock.  Walking in it requires more energy and wet; cold mud can decrease ... Through careful management, the productivity of the pasture can increase from year to year.  When soils do ...

  5. Word for the Year

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/word-year

    strive to achieve.  Some of my co-workers have chosen words like patience or focus.  This year I’m going ...

  6. Estate Planning in the New Year

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/estate-planning-new-year

    for the most part, we are focused on what 2021 might hold in store for us.  As we review the past ... a quick trip to Kentucky in November to take fall flowers to my grandparent’s graves, that we would lose ...

  7. Seed Selection Can Make or Break Your Crop in 2021

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/seed-selection-can-make-or-break-your-crop-2021

    pay attention too while perusing these catalogs. For this article, I will primarily be focusing on ... appeal to the consumer increases the marketability of vegetable crops, however, without some of these ... tomatoes grow and ripen, sometimes you go to harvest them only to find them cracked and in no condition to ...

  8. Sticking With Your Goals for the New Year

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/sticking-your-goals-new-year

    well know, these goals and aspirations often fall away before they are achieved. The good news is there ... are a few tips adapted from University of New Hampshire Extension and Harvard Health: Focus on small ...

  9. Let the 2020 eFields Report Help You Reach Your Farm’s New Year’s Resolutions

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-01/let-2020-efields-report-help-you-reach-your-farm%E2%80%99s-new-year%E2%80%99s

    January are replacing the annual Precision U event. This year’s theme focuses on “Tackling Spring ... February are focused on eFields research projects and will provide the opportunity to discuss results and ...

  10. Water Quality Wednesday

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2021-01/water-quality-wednesday

    to include “best management practices” has been an area of focus for agricultural producers, ...

Pages