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  1. Rain, Rain, Go Away, Right On Down the Ditch and Drain

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/rain-rain-go-away-righto-down-ditch-and-drain

    table in the soil, or right above saturated soil. This of course depends on soil type, with some soils ... dependent upon soil type. Using our same clay example from earlier: for an “excellent” rating, tile is ... The Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation District supplies great resources and photos of two-stage ...

  2. Erosion Control

    https://soilhealth.osu.edu/soil-health-management/erosion-control

    Overview The top 6-8" of soil (or topsoil) is uniquely able to support plant and microbial ... soils and water quality. Key Strategies  Minimal disturbance – Using fewer tillage events, or at least ... lighter ones, will keep soil aggregates intact to slow the breakdown of organic matter and help prevent ...

  3. Laundry Tips and Myths

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    a worthwhile practice to sort and wash similar colors and soil levels together. Why risk ruining that favorite ... longer. Find a comprehensive guide for these symbols by doing a quick web search, or locate a downloadable ... Instead, wash after wearing about three times unless visibly soiled or sweaty. Wash in cold water to help ...

  4. Shoo Fly, Don't Bother Me. Or My Cows!

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    reproduce in moist environments, so soiled bedding, old feed, and manure piles are prime areas to locate ... cause, but also because they have been documented to carry anaplasmosis, a blood disease that destroys ...

  5. Biological Activity

    https://soilhealth.osu.edu/soil-health-management/biological-activity

    create biodiversity. A biologically active soil supports natural soil food webs and the interactions that support ... Overview Biologial activity in your soil helps to add organic matter, cycle nutrients, and ... a resilient and healthy soil. Read more:  Understanding Soil Microbes and Nutrient Recycling For increased ...

  6. Warm Weather Means Warm Season Grasses

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    planted, it is time to plant sorghum, sudangrass, and sudex because soil temperature will consistently ... seed-soil contact. The seeding rate for broadcast seeding sudangrass is 25-35 lb/A and for sudex varieties ... The University of Minnesota considers it to be a summer cover crop to help in building soil and ...

  7. Goats

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    Goat Project Guidelines- published annually, this document provides an overview of the most important things ... ID and Junior Fair information.  This document is usually updated each November or December with ...

  8. Horses

    https://wayne.osu.edu/horses

    Guidelines- published annually, this document provides an overview of the most important things youth and ... Junior Fair information.  This document is usally updated each November or December with information for ...

  9. Soil Organic Matter

    https://soilhealth.osu.edu/soil-health-management/soil-organic-matter

    Overview Increased soil organic matter provides numberous related benefits to soil health. ... enhances your soil's ability to absorb water, leading to less water stress during both dry and wet ... periods provides better conditions and a food source for soil biota, leading to improved biodiversity; ...

  10. Summer Forage Field Days

    https://wayne.osu.edu/events/summer-forage-field-days

    Improving soil with multi-species grazing and accelerated lambing will be the theme of our first ...

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