Beef students visit Western states with Amstutz
A group of six second-year livestock students, led by faculty member Dr. Michael Amstutz, spent Feb. 28- March 7 touring various livestock businesses in Oklahoma and Texas. ...
Kubota Training on campus
Robby Frutchy hosted a training seminar for Kubota technicians ...
3rd annual virtual FORWARD symposium
The Women’s Place invites you to join us for the 3rd annual virtual FORWARD symposium. This year’s theme, “Time for Change,” reframes our relationships to time, money, and power in the quest for gender equity. ...
Come destress before finals at the bookstore's Taco Bar! April 19th from 12 to 3pm in Skou lounge. Everyone is welcome to join. ...
March 29, 2023
Agronomic Crops Team Receives the CFAES Distinguished Multi-disciplinary Team Extension Award
Learn more about the Agronomic Crops Team & their efforts... ...
Dr. David Barker Receives the CFAES Distinguished Teacher Award
Learn more about Dr. Barker and his approach to teaching... ...
Can Root-Knot Nematodes be a Problem in Ohio?
Don’t Miss Travis Faske’s Seminar on a Very Serious Pathogen of Soybean. Dr. Travis Faske, prestigious nematologist from University of Arkansas, will visit the Department of Plant Pathology at Ohio State University and give a seminar titled: “Root-Knot Ne ...
Early Spring Weed Identification
Winter annual, biennial, and perennial weeds are starting to become more noticeable up as fields green up across the state. Identification of these species can help in planning for spring burndown programs. OSU weed science has resources to help with ...
When and How Much Nitrogen to Apply to Wheat
Wheat has already reached green-up across the state so spring N may be applied anytime fields are fit. Keep in mind that research has shown no yield benefit to early N applications as long as the application was made by Feekes GS 6 (one visible node). (If ...