“The Art of Humane Propaganda: Photographers of the Farm Security Administration During the Great Depression,” is a photographic documentary on exhibit at the Columbus Museum of Art through Sept. 2.
New solution proposed in “ecoagriculture” to save biodiversity and to feed hungry populations is based on a new understanding of wildlife biology and ecology, on-the-ground experimentation, and major scientific advances in genetics, remote sensing, and other fields.
Some grasses can be grown so as to optimize the uptake of a nutrient such as phosphorus from the soil.
Every small fruit and commercial vegetable grower should have at least one complete plant tissue nutrient analysis from each field for each crop before harvests begin, said Virginia Tech horticulturist.
A record tree planting in northwest Ohio this spring will help reduce farmland soil erosion.
The market never really forgets about the demand side of the price equation.
New soybean crop is headed toward setting a record production.
The Woman’s Club of Hudson holds its 56th annual antique show, sale June 14-16.
New contempt of court charged lodged against Buckeye Egg Farm include counts of new fly outbreaks, storm water discharge, and failure to comply with disposal of eggwash requirements.
Ben Carpenter and Christy Lahmers were recognized as state degree winner.
The Patterson Fruit Farm at Chesterland, Ohio, is a sixth generation fruit farm growing 45 acres of apples and strawberries, with a farm market, bakery, and gift room, and a seven-week Family Fun Fest in the fall.
Beef, dairy, sheep and swine producers, outdoor enthusiasts and anyone interested in coyotes and their habits are invited to participate.
The ONR Hall of Fame inducts individuals, past and present, who have made significant contributions to Ohio’s natural resources through management practices, environmental education or scientific achievement.
According to an Iowa State entomologist, biting flies can adversely affect animal performance, and spread disease among your cattle.
Powdery mildew is present in certain fields of susceptible varieties in north central and northeast sections of the state.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell writes about the advantages of cooperation across traditional ideological and economic barriers.
National Tourism Week reveals the kinds of questions often asked by tourists who have left their brains at home.
The cost of postage raised on just about everything except the first-class stamp, that went up in January.
Ten Belmont County milk producers no longer take the value of their manure for granted.
The smallest wheat harvest since 1974 could produce the year where tighter supplies don’t translate into higher prices.