Tuesday, November 20, 2018
halloween pumpkins

Carving a pumpkin can be a fun, festive, fall family event — as long as you know what you’re doing. Use these tips to reduce the risk of injury.
legs out car window

For National Teen Driver Safety Week, review risk factors that can impact teen driver safety and learn how to take necessary precautions.
A field of pumpkins stacked in hay.

Not all pumpkins have the same shelf life. Here are a few telltale signs of a healthy pumpkin to look for when choosing one for a jack o'lantern this fall.
grain bins

Here are six recommendations to help farmers avoid income loss due to out-of-condition grain.
black walnut

Keep your eye out for these five native Ohio nuts this fall while you’re out foraging.
local food banner

Farmers can communicate the true value of local food through conversations, samples, in-store signage, newsletters, menus, blogs and vlogs, and agritourism.
Pawpaw

Here are eight native Ohio fruits to keep an eye out for this fall. Learn how to find and identify them to enjoy some of Ohio’s most delicious wild treats.
applesauce

Learn how to diagnose and prevent common problems — discoloration, siphoning and mold — when canning applesauce.
fall hazard

Of all the ways you can get hurt on the farm, falling is probably one you don't think about much, but maybe you should.
drying herbs

All you need is heat, low humidity and good air circulation to dry and preserve herbs. Learn how to choose and use four different herb-drying methods.
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