One winery with vines in Ashtabula and Lake counties claims it will have 100 percent bud kill on the vinifera.
The Scioto wind farm will have a nameplate capacity of up to 300 megawatts of electric generation.
Georgia Tech has created a robotic drumming prosthesis with motors that power two drumsticks.
As winter slowly winds down, many gardeners cannot wait to soak up the springtime sun and get their hands dirty in the garden. Such excitement is not just good for gardeners, but can benefit the garden in the months to come as well.
A Murray Grey breeder and a western supply store owner were named Friend of the Expo March 14-16.
The Margin Protection Program is designed to help farmers deal with both catastrophic conditions, such as weather extremes, and prolonged periods of low margins.
Light availability at the ground level appears to be a big factor in maintaining or losing plant species biodiversity.
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Agricultural Research Service has conducted several studies to see whether adding a protective coating to corn and soybean seeds could help optimize planting schedules.
Fifty U.S. Senators sign letter defending common food names against European Union.
PEDv will mete a financial blow to many individual pork producers, but the tighter supply could trigger record-high industry revenues and the highest profit per head since 2005.
Farm Bureau’s annual outlook survey shows land availability a top concern.
Scientists have identified a distinctive olfactory receptor gene pattern in fruit-eating bats, as well as the particular olfactory receptor gene families important to their fruit diets.
Michigan DNR determines banned traits no longer present.
Farm and Dairy’s printing department experienced an unfortunate, “unperfect storm” of mechanical and computer problems this week, which will delay delivery.
Three years of recordings reveal more detections of both Arctic and sub-Arctic whales.
There were 71 lots that totaled $244,325, for an average of $3,441.20.
It was a difficult year for members of the Ohio Holstein Association, but they made it clear at their annual meeting March 7-8 in Alliance they are ready to move on.
Upon first glance, a garden may appear to be the picture of health. However, further examination may reveal that the garden isn’t all that it seems, and perhaps that healthy facade is artificially manufactured.
Bill Richards, Ohio farmer and former chief of the USDA’s Soil Conservation Service, was enshrined into the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Hall of Fame.