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County 4-H News
NEW THIS YEAR! 4-H Project Central is an easy way for 4-H members to preview Ohio 4-H project books and resources. Take a closer look at a book, find out what others have to say, and share your experience! Go there now at: http://projectcentral.ohio4h.org/ 4-H Clubs may also borrow the 4-H Project Book Lending Library for their meetings.
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The Evolution of 4-H
4-H began in Clark County, Ohio. On January 15, 1902, Mr. Albert Belmont Graham, the superintendent of the Springfield Township Schools at that time, organized a meeting with some thirty boys and girls in the county courthouse basement. The intent behind the meeting was to learn more about harvesting corn, planting a garden, testing soil samples, tying knots in rope and identifying natural wildlife such as weeds and insects.
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State 4-H News
Twospotted Spider Mites in Field Crops
Just this past week we received many more reports of mite problems on soybeans, suggesting that the problem is increasing. We would urge growers to take a look at their fields, especially in those areas of the state that remain dry.
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Find recent "Grazing School" presentations on-line here!
The "Pastures for Profit" grazing school is a comprehensive course in Management Intensive Grazing
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