I can easily find information about nutrition online, but I'm not certain how to tell if it's reliable. Are there good sources I can trust?
FINDLAY, Ohio -- Legal issues regarding manure hauling, as well as issues surrounding equipment inspections and highway safety, will be discussed by Ohio State University experts and others during a joint workshop and meeting of the Midwest Professional Nutrient Applicators Association June 11 in Findlay.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Three "Grow Your Own" workshops are scheduled for May through July in Columbus to help people interested in raising chickens, bees and produce in urban environments. The workshops are free and are sponsored by Ohio State University Extension, Local Matters and the Godman Guild.
MANSFIELD, Ohio -- The Ohio Woodland Stewards Program is holding a four-part seminar series for gardeners, landscapers, homeowners and others on invasive species, the problems they cause and how to deal with them.
WOOSTER, Ohio -- A September 2010 tornado took it away. Now, support from elected officials and the state of Ohio will help bring back an even better version of the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering's building on the Wooster campus of Ohio State University's Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC).
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Interested in learning more about how sustainable agriculture in Ohio works?
I’ve been trying to lose some weight, but lately I’ve been eating out a lot, both for business and pleasure. How can I keep eating healthfully at restaurants?
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Tick populations are on the rise in Ohio and with them comes the risk of contracting illnesses such as Lyme disease. To help Ohioans learn more about ticks and how to keep people and pets safe, Ohio State University Extension has developed an online course that teaches about tick biology, tick identification and tick-borne diseases.
MANSFIELD, Ohio -- Curious about Ohio’s top 10 landscape trees? Want to learn how to keep deer from eating your plants? These are just a few of the topics to be taught at Ohio State’s first-ever Tree School May 18.
PIKETON, Ohio – Growers wanting to learn how to improve soil health and increase crop yields while reducing operating and input costs may want to consider using multi-functional cover crops, which can also improve water quality, reduce soil erosion and lower greenhouse gas emissions, a soil scientist from Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences said.
WOOSTER, Ohio -- Patented technology developed at Ohio State University's Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) has led to the creation of a startup company for the production of diagnostic tools and vaccines to combat poultry and livestock diseases.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Lake Erie shoreline anglers – those who fish from shore locations like docks and jetties instead of boats – value their fishing at an annual average of $13.5 million, according to a recent study completed by Ohio State University Extension, Ohio Sea Grant and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. Shoreline anglers also spend an additional $1.1 million a year in communities near their fishing destinations.
MARYSVILLE, Ohio – Growers and landowners can learn how to develop a Conservation Reserve Program plan and how to manage CRP contracts during workshops June 12 and 13 offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Readiness Initiative.
Some people at work keep their frozen food entrees in the refrigerator until lunchtime, even though the packages say they should remain frozen until heating. Is this safe?
WOOSTER, Ohio – Ohio State University entomologists are trying to determine how many “homegrown” lady beetles are in Ohio compared to the number of exotic lady beetles in the Buckeye state and are asking Ohio farmers, gardeners and homeowners for assistance.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Guo-Liang Wang, an Ohio State scientist who is an international expert on the molecular genetics of host-plant resistance to plant diseases, especially in rice, yesterday won OARDC’s Senior Faculty Research Award.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State University scientist Yebo Li, who works to develop new sustainable bioproduct and bioenergy sources, yesterday received OARDC's Junior Faculty Research Award.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio State University research team yesterday won OARDC's Multi-disciplinary Team Research Award for its efforts to reduce foodborne illnesses caused by fresh produce.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- There’s a new, better way to dig a ditch -- one that’s good for both farming and the environment -- and it sprang from the mind of an Ohio State scientist.