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    OFFER Will Host Meeting on Organic Research, November 21, 2019

    Oct 25, 2019

    There has never been a better time to engage in organic research. As consumer demand and organic acreage grows, producers need answers and innovation regarding production systems, pest management, nutrition, marketing, economics, genetics, and more, posing a variety of intriguing research questions.Recognizing these needs, the 2019 Farm Bill substantially increased funding for organic research. Faculty, students, county educators, and staff members interested in organic research are encouraged to join us on Thursday, November 21, 8:30-noon, to learn more about research needs and resources available for addressing them. Register here or read more.

  2. herbicide damage on vegetables: cupped and distorted leaves

    New Video Resource on Herbicide Drift and Sensitive Crops

    Aug 15, 2019

    Ohio grain farmers are using dicamba and 2,4-D more frequently against herbicide-resistant weeds. These herbicides are stronger and prone to off-target drift. A new video from Ohio State discusses the high cost of drift damage on specialty crops, ranging from lower yields to delayed or lost harvests and even the loss of long-term investments like grape vines or certification status.

  3. 2019 Sustainable Ag Farm Tour

    2019 Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop Series

    May 3, 2019

    The 2019 Ohio Ecological Food & Farm Association (OEFFA) Farm Tour series guide is now available. This year's series offers an up-close look at 30 organic and ecological farms and businesses in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. The tour series combines efforts and resources from OEFFA, OSU Extension, and other organizations. Read more.