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  1. Bed Bug Information

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/bed-bug-information

    The Powerpoint presentations of both webinars are posted as pdf documents below, but if you want to ...

  2. Estate Planning in the New Year

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/estate-planning-new-year

    responsibility and a discussion is needed before listing names in your document.  Provisions for you household ...

  3. 4-H Calendar of Events

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/4-h-calendar-events

      View the Wayne County 4-H Google Calendar in Your Web Browser     ...

  4. Field Management Post Harvest… What Now?

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/field-management-post-harvest%E2%80%A6-what-now

    residue, in the spring while planting include attaining good seed-soil contact or disease issues due to ... as inoculum for diseases and slow soils from warming up and drying out in the spring. Sanitation of ... hand, it can act as a mulch that lessens the impact of rain falling on the soil, lessen the amount of ...

  5. What's the Deal with Composting? Here's the Breakdown

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/whats-deal-composting-heres-breakdown

    and then it turns to soil, right? Wrong! This synopsis of composting just barely scrapes the surface ... that point in history, compost, which was primarily animal manure, was used to enrich soil in order to ... are an expense. Composting provides fertility and a source of nutrients for your soil and may even ...

  6. Piketon, Wooster Soil and Veterinary Preventive Medicine Scientists Promote Climate-Smart Ag, Much More via Kazakhstan Cooperation

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/piketon-wooster-soil-and-veterinary-preventive-medicine-scientists-promote-climate-smart-ag-0

    articles. Dr. Rafiq Islam, director of the Soil Water & BioEnergy program at OSU’s South Centers in ...

  7. Do's and Dont's for Getting Your Yard and Garden Ready for Winter

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/dos-and-donts-getting-your-yard-and-garden-ready-winter

    excess soil. Spread the bulbs/corms out on some newspaper in a well-ventilated area for a week or so to ... branches. You may also find interest in working the soil in your flower beds and gardens before the ground ... freezes. Working the soil this time of year does several things. One, it helps incorporate organic matter ...

  8. Seed Selection Can Make or Break Your Crop in 2021

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/seed-selection-can-make-or-break-your-crop-2021

    desirability, performance in certain soil types and conditions, and ease of harvest, among many other traits.  ...

  9. Grazing Crop Residue

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/grazing-crop-residue

    field is a more readily available form of nutrients for next year’s crop. While healthy soil contains ... residue will help to protect the soil over the winter until crops are established next spring. Thinking ... the safest option that promotes the best return to soil health, weed control, and field readiness in ...

  10. Winter Blues

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/winter-blues

    Now, if you have ever run a moldboard plow (traditional plow) through the soil, you already know that ...

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