Wednesday, May 24, 2017

“There’s value and return on investment in finding problems before the combine,” says Precision Drone Owner Matt Minnes, who demonstrated the drone during the 2015 Farm Science Review.
dark pink, white and light pink peonies

Dividing, or propagating, peonies should be done in early fall.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources recognized five families as winners of the 2015 Conservation Farm Family Awards Sept. 24 at the Farm Science Review in London.

Ohio farmer Charles Wildman on the importance of farmers on social media: “I just put a human face on what we’re doing, and with that, you gain trust for the bigger issues.”
head lice

A recent study found that many states are now home to insecticide-resistant head lice.
Week in Review 9/26

This week’s top stories include immigrants and the U.S. dairy industry, weather apps for farmers, the Loudonville Farmers Equity’s 100th anniversary and more.

Report shows the challenges and opportunities of growing organic strawberries.

History was made at the Tuscaraws County Fair Sept. 24 when the first grand champion and reserve champion dairy steers were sold.
chestnut collage

Crossing Chinese and American chestnut trees is an effort to breed the American chestnut back with disease resistance.
Wayne County Champion Steer

See the auction results from last week's Wayne County Fair.
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