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September 22-24, 2015

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2014 Farm Science Review Crowd Tops 2013 Show

2014 Farm Science Review Crowd Tops 2013 Show

The 52nd annual Ohio State University Farm Science Review, sponsored by the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, wrapped up today, welcoming 131,153 farmers, industry professionals, FFA students and agricultural enthusiasts during the three-day event.

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Got Questions on Trees, Plants, Flowers or Conservation? Farm Science Review’s Gwynne Conservation Area Has the Answers

Got Questions on Trees, Plants, Flowers or Conservation? Farm Science Review’s Gwynne Conservation Area Has the Answers

Wonder why some of the trees on your property have died or are dying in higher numbers this summer? Do you have questions about the owls in your barn or the names of some of the beautiful wildflowers or grasslands growing in your fields? Some of the most knowledgeable minds in natural resources will be available to answer these questions and more during this year’s Farm Science Review Sept. 16-18 at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio.

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Learn about Season Extension, More at Farm Science Review’s Small Farms Center

Learn about Season Extension, More at Farm Science Review’s Small Farms Center

Cold frames, high tunnels, row covers and plasticulture are just some of the ways rural and urban growers can extend their growing season and increase access to fresh, local, healthy foods, says an Ohio State University Extension educator with Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.

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Environmental Concerns Related to Shale Oil and Gas Development to Be Discussed at 2014 Farm Science Review

Environmental Concerns Related to Shale Oil and Gas Development to Be Discussed at 2014 Farm Science Review

The number of horizontal oil and gas wells in Ohio’s shale is growing exponentially, and residents often have concerns about potential environmental impacts. But people often worry about just one aspect -- the potential for groundwater contamination, said Joe Bonnell, watershed management program director in Ohio State University’s School of Environment and Natural Resources for Ohio State University Extension.

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Farm Science Review Exhibit Celebrates Women in Agriculture

Farm Science Review Exhibit Celebrates Women in Agriculture

An exhibit honoring the contributions of women in agriculture will be displayed at this year’s Farm Science Review. “Women now make up 1 out of every 3 agricultural producers across the U.S.,” said Gigi Neal, Ohio State University Extension educator in agriculture and natural resources and co-leader of OSU Extension¹s Ohio Women in Agriculture team. “We want to recognize the women who are often the backbone of agriculture across the state of Ohio.”

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