Applying nutrients sub-surface and adopting no-till also has shown promise in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The set of wind turbines in Cleveland serve as research labs, as well as power generators.
In Ohio, black cutworms also could be a bigger problem this year, as could slugs, bean leaf beetles and cereal leaf beetles.
Could you turn your woods into a farm? Lion’s mane mushrooms might be your next crop.
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service will provide penalty relief to farmers who incur estimated tax penalties because they did not timely receive Forms 1099 from MF Global or its court-appointed trustee, and were unable to file their 2011 calendar year tax return by March 1, 2012.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Senate has passed S.B. 1169, sponsored by Sen. Mike Waugh, R-York, which amends the Pennsylvania Fair Dealership Law to provide free-market protections for small agricultural equipment dealers selling agriculture equipment in Pennsylvania. Under the bill, agriculture equipment dealers would be afforded the same protections and legal rights that automobile dealers [...]
There will be a February payment for the Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) program, the first time there has been a payment for MILC since April 2010.
Unseasonably warm weather the first couple weeks of March could end up being a curse for some Ohio produce growers.
There are only a few new commercial herbicide products available for 2012.
WOOSTER, Ohio — Ohio State University’s Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center has named Shauna R. Brummet as president and executive director of its BioHio Research Park in northeast Ohio.