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Biofuel Crops in Ohio
Biofuels Crops Demonstrated at the FSR

Harold Watters, Champaign County Ag/NR Educator, talks about the different types of Biofuels demonstrated at the Farm Science Review.

Biofuels Crops Demonstrated at the FSR
Biofuels Crops Demonstrated at the FSR

Harold Watters, Champaign County Ag/NR Educator, talks about the different types of Biofuels demonstrated at the Farm Science Review.

News

  1. Technology for Injured Farmers

    Aug 24, 2017

    Help for Injured or Aging Farmers

    LONDON, Ohio — Getting older or injured generally won’t stop a farmer from working.

    But work does not have to be painful. Changes can be made to a tractor or a combine, such as adding a lift to get aboard them more easily or adding a camera to keep a farmer from having to turn his or her head to see behind.

  2. With Changing Climate, Farmers Should Prepare

    Aug 24, 2017

    With Changing Climate, Farmers Should Prepare

     

    LONDON, Ohio — Climate change may trigger images of polar bears falling off melting ice slabs in the Arctic, but the changes are relevant for Ohio farmers as well.

    Winters in Ohio are warming quicker than summers are, while summer nighttime lows are increasing faster than daytime highs, said Aaron Wilson, climate specialist for Ohio State University Extension, the outreach arm of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.

  3. 5 ways Gwynne’s growing greener (and you can, too)

    May 10, 2017

    Look for new players like riprap, blazing star and willow fascines in Ohio State’s Gwynne Conservation Area.

    The nearly 70-acre facility, part of CFAES’s Farm Science Review site at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, has started two new projects — one to diversify its prairie plantings; the other, to protect the banks of Deer Creek, which flows through the grounds.