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  1. Slugs Feasting on Slow-Growing Crops

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/slugs-feasting-slow-growing-crops

    June 2, 2003 WOOSTER, Ohio€” Continued cool temperatures and moist conditions have slowed down crop growth enough that gray garden slugs are beginning to make a meal of no-till corn and soybeans. Some growers throughout east and east central Ohio are bein ...

  2. Smart Stuff with Twig Walkingstick: Osage orange trees (for the week of Oct. 14, 2001)

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/smart-stuff-twig-walkingstick-osage-orange-trees-week-oct-14-2001

    October 2, 2001 Dear Twig: What are hedge apples? My father points them out to me when we’re driving in the country. Oo, I like hedge apples. The hedge apple tree is one of my favorites. It’s also called Osage orange or, scientifically, Maclura pomife ...

  3. Smart Stuff with Twig Walkingstick: Pumpkin glop (for the week of Nov. 11, 2001)

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/smart-stuff-twig-walkingstick-pumpkin-glop-week-nov-11-2001

    October 31, 2001 Dear Twig: What's the glop inside pumpkins called? Well, I’ve always called it glop, too. But I checked with my scientist friends and they told me the technical term is “endosperm.” Endosperm is the flesh around fruit seeds. Wh ...

  4. Smart Stuff with Twig Walkingstick: Pygmy goats (for the week of Oct. 7, 2001)

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/smart-stuff-twig-walkingstick-pygmy-goats-week-oct-7-2001

    September 20, 2001 Dear Twig: I saw some tiny goats at the zoo. They looked like they were full-grown, not babies. What were they? Sounds like they were pygmy goats, which are only about two feet tall at the withers (the point between the shoulder blades) ...

  5. Smart Stuff with Twig Walkingstick: Turkey beards (for the week of Nov. 18, 2001)

    https://news-archive.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news-release/smart-stuff-twig-walkingstick-turkey-beards-week-nov-18-2001

    October 31, 2001 Dear Twig: I’ve heard that turkeys have beards. Is that true? Don’t they shave? Ha ha ha. Ah, that’s a good one. In fact, it’s true that many turkeys have beards. And it’s also true that they don’t shave, mainly because they d ...

  6. Biochemical Sciences

    https://ati.osu.edu/biochemical-sciences

    The Biochemical Sciences program enables students to complete courses that meet requirements in general education, the food science or biology programs, and requirements for veterinary school admission. Contrary to popular belief, there aren’t “pre-vet” o ...

  7. First bill introduced to address Lake Erie algae problem

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/blog/tue-08192014-1046am/first-bill-introduced-address-lake-erie-algae-problem

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  8. Understanding the “Small Farms Rider” and OSHA Inspection Authority on Farms

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/blog/tue-02042014-1708/understanding-%E2%80%9Csmall-farms-rider%E2%80%9D-and-osha-inspection-authority-farms

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  9. Got Inflatables? New Safety Standards will apply to Agritourism Farms with "Bounce Houses" and Slides

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/blog/wed-01292014-1509/got-inflatables-new-safety-standards-will-apply-agritourism-farms-bounce

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  10. Ohio Senate Approves Agricultural Nutrient Management Bill

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/blog/fri-01242014-1326/ohio-senate-approves-agricultural-nutrient-management-bill

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