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  1. What's the Deal with Composting? Here's the Breakdown

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/whats-deal-composting-heres-breakdown

    Composting… it seems self-explanatory. Just toss your yard waste and kitchen scraps into a pile ... the land, and that farmers should "Make your own fertilizer... compost can be done with little ... are an expense. Composting provides fertility and a source of nutrients for your soil and may even ...

  2. Winter Ag Programs

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    Everyone’s world has been turned upside down this year. Most of our typical events have been ... cancelled or moved online. With that being said, I am happy to announce that Wayne County Extension is ... hosting two in-person programs on December 11 th at OARDC’s Event Center (Fisher & Shisler). One ...

  3. Freezing and Canning of Venison

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    One of the constants of the year is the ability to go hunting.  If your family enjoys this ...

  4. Food Safety for Holiday Meals

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    by dates. Use a food thermometer. Food thermometers are helpful to ensure your food is cooked to the ... Planning to eat turkey with your holiday meals this year? Fight Bac highlights three ways to safely thaw ... turkey. Consider your options so you know which method works best for you: In a refrigerator. Make sure ...

  5. Do's and Dont's for Getting Your Yard and Garden Ready for Winter

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/dos-and-donts-getting-your-yard-and-garden-ready-winter

    dead plant material, mulch or leaf piles that may be around your house or around the base of trees. ... close to your house, the mice are more likely to try and find a way in. If you have large amount of ... mulch piled up right against your house, it will not hurt to rake some of it back away from the house. ...

  6. Thanksgiving Savings Tips

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    you and your family.  While our family gatherings might look different this year, it’s still a season ... a magic wand, how would your world look different?” or “If you could travel anyplace in the world, where ... Another topic which may be helpful to the hunters in your family is canning and freezing of venison.  As ...

  7. Grazing Crop Residue

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    alone are not an adequate feed source for any class of livestock. Second, leaving about half of the ... x 2 days = 1250 lbs. consumed with 1,400lbs. available forage per acre.) The above are examples only. Your ...

  8. Field Management Post Harvest… What Now?

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    depends on the goals you have set for your farm based on your management strategies. As a quick side note, ... decision on how to manage residue should be strongly based off your tillage and field management plans. In ... to carry over is also greatly increased. If there are fields on your farm with histories of diseases ...

  9. Best Practices for Effective and Efficient Pesticide Application

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-532

    size (spray quality) produced from nozzles at different spray pressures. Spray quality classes include: ... Compared to hollow cone nozzles, single pattern flat-fan nozzles producing medium size class droplets ... calculate the amount of chemical product to mix in the tank Although your sprayer may be in good condition ...

  10. Herbicide Programs for non-GMO Soybeans

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-92

    additional amounts of those individual components to reach the full recommended rate per soil type to improve ... of 28% can improve weed control but also increases crop injury.) FirstRate, Classic, or Synchrony can ... be added to improve control of ALS-sensitive weeds. Scout about ten days after first POST ...

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