Sunday, June 26, 2016
Applying nitrogen

Ohio farmers stepping up to the challenge of fertilizer training, a year ahead of deadline.
cressleaf groundsel

It looks like a field of mustard, but it's not. And livestock producers pay attention: Cressleaf grounsel is toxic to cattle, horses, goats and sheep -- and humans.
grapes on vine

Hocking College will integrate some winemaking skills into its agro-ecology courses this fall, once approved by the state
mosquito

Last year, West Nile Virus was detected in 56 counties and resulted in 14 human cases, including one fatality.
The Ohio Statehouse.

Ohio Tax Department announces 2016 CAUV values, but does not include amendments farmers sought.
farmer in wheat field

The 19th edition of Farm Estate and Business Planning, by Dr. Neil Harl, is a guide for farmers on state and federal income and estate tax laws.
Field Notes collage for June 2, 2016video

No one said teaching was easy. We hear from first-year ag teacher Rebecca Zeisler in this week's Field Notes. And, we take a step back in time at the Dennison Depot in Tuscarawas County, Ohio.
video

According to the Ohio Department of Education, there were 81 teachers who started their careers this year.
FFA logo

This week's roundup includes news from the Black River, Tri-Rivers, Western Reserve and West Holmes FFA chapters.
Bruce McPheron

Ohio State University President Michael V. Drake has named Bruce A. McPheron executive vice president and provost.
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