Friday, December 9, 2016
Week in Review 7/18

This week’s top stories include a Jefferson County lawsuit seeking more than $9.2 million from two energy companies, tips for storing fresh garden produce, Lake Erie’s algal bloom and more.
potato stamp

Stamping with fruits and vegetables is a great way for gardeners to showcase their homegrown produce and for adults to teach children about healthy food and basic botany.
silos grain bins

The Ohio Supreme Court ruled July 15 that grain storage bins are personal property pursuant to state law and may not be taxed as real property.
kidney beans and citrus; spinach and milk; tomatoes and eggs

You can optimize the nutrients you get from what you eat by pairing certain foods.
corn yellowing

Heavy rain continues to threaten the quality of wheat and other field crops.
2014 Ohio State Fair butter cow

Each year, the American Dairy Association Mideast selects an icon or theme to feature in butter that is non-political, non-controversial and reflects optimism and broad audience-appeal.

Dozens of states, agricultural and business industry groups have filed lawsuits in courts around the country, claiming the changes hand the government an unreasonable amount of authority over land use.
week in review 7/11

This week’s top stories include how to dehydrate food, a look at Ohio’s dairy industry, the latest shale well counts in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia and more.
yellow poplar weevil

This bug is not a species of eight-legged arthropod known to carry Lyme disease and other pathogens.
washing leafy greens

Proper storage of produce keeps it fresh and ripe until you are ready to eat or preserve it. Storing produce in ideal conditions also improves its taste, texture and appearance.
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