Participants must register by April 12.
Ohio lawmakers have approved legislation that would encourage farmers to invest in a “new age” ethanol production cooperative.
The College of Wooster and the Wooster-based Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center of The Ohio State University have formalized a long-standing relationship.
Ohio State University entomologists have documented large numbers of Asian lady beetles feeding on peaches, grapes and apples.
University of Akron offers adult students fast track to nursing.
OSU alumni use their education to work on Hubble Telescope.
Researchers, including Ohio State expert Larry Madden, briefed Congress on potential for bioterrorism in the world of crops.
Civil War battlefields vanishing at an alarming rate.
The exhibit includes newly-restored battle flags, weapons, medical and camp equipment and uniforms.
Most areas need 12 to 31 inches of rain to pull Pennsylvania out of drought in the next four months.
Puberty, overnutition are causes of world’s obesity.
Pressure to win overshadows risk of physical injuries.
Demonstrations, exhibits and presentations will be featured March 28-30.
Reader says ATV riders are legally bound to respect farmers’ property.
Major energy legislation would create a standard requiring a small percentage of U.S. fuel to be provided by a renewable source like ethanol or biodiesel.
Hartley mastodon is topic of Mahoning Valley Archeological Society meeting.
What goes in must come out, and new federal rules that curb runoff pollution will affect many farms.
Meteorological winter of 2001-02 will be Northeast’s warmest ever.