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Researchers hope to partner with more than a dozen northwestern Ohio farmers, to study the issue of legacy phosphorus.

Although harmful algal blooms have plagued Lake Erie for most of the past decade, this year's bloom is lower than scientists expected.

Farmers and fertilizer reps held the 4R Technology field day to review the latest in nutrient management science and equipment.

Manure applicators are a necessary part of animal agriculture, and an important part of the industry.

Members of the House and Senate agriculture committees held a joint meeting June 5 at the Statehouse, to review the effects of Ohio’s nutrient law (S.B. 1).

If you haven't considered composting manure in the past this process may be easier than you think and could benefit your farm in more ways than one.

Spring brings on a need to see green, but being too hasty can hurt you more than help you. Check out these tips for fertilizing your lawn in the spring.

The proposed waste lagoon in Wayne County has drawn a lot of questions and concern over the handling of biosolids.

When collected and spread on the garden, ashes produced by wood-burning fireplaces or stoves are an excellent source of calcium and other plant nutrients.

Ohioans who apply fertilizer to more than 50 acres are now required to be state-certified, but there's still time before spring to get your training.