Monday, June 1, 2020

Through newer technology and the development of polylactic acid, researchers use the crop and its by-products in everything from carpets to clothes to carryout containers.
soybeans showing dicamba damage

Even with added EPA restrictions, dicamba could still go airborne and spread to other plants that it was not intended to kill. So Ohio State and Purdue weed experts are offering their own recommendations to soybean growers.

Grafting may improve tomato varieties more quickly, compared to traditional genetic breeding.

ASHLAND, Ohio — Crestview FFA members along with Clear Fork FFA began their life changing journey to Honduras June 5.   Travelers included Ellyse Shafer, Brent...

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on atrocities.

Study shows number of shark attacks has declined.
Reps. Troy Balderson and Bob Gibbs, OFBF, Farm Bureau,

Talking to Ohio Farm Bureau leaders last week, legislators and administrators hinted that a final trade deal with China was just around the corner, and the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement was also in the home stretch.

School trips should visit family farms, not CAFOs.

By ARNOLD OLIVER OtherWords.org Guest Commentary More then a few veterans, myself included, are troubled by the way Americans observe Veterans Day. Originally called Armistice Day, and intended...

WASHINGTON - Demand for easy, time-saving strategies and cheese's utility in adding rich flavor to quick-serve meals are driving the rise in cheese consumption since 1970, according to USDA Economic Research Service.