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  1. Breeding Ohio-adapted Soybean Cultivars

    https://hcs.osu.edu/programs/mchale-laboratory/projects/breeding-ohio-adapted-soybean-cultivars

    Beuselinck PR (2006) Molecular genetic resources for development of 1% linolenic acid soybeans. Crop Sci. ...

  2. Lab News

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  3. News

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  4. Beginning Simple Energy Efficiency

    https://energizeohio.osu.edu/roadmap/beginning-simple-energy-efficiency

    resource management: reduce, repair, reuse and recycle. However, there is an additional “R” in today’s ... rather than the trash can save raw materials and resources. Things we may not typically think of can be ...

  5. News

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  7. Dr. Loux is in the news!

    https://hcs.osu.edu/news/dr-loux-news

    Read the Ohio Country Journal article below.  Palmer amaranth holding steady in Ohio There is increasing concern in more northern states about the tremendous weed problem in the South — most notably the dreaded herbicide resistant Palmer amaranth. The not ...

  8. HCS Seminar

    https://hcs.osu.edu/about-us/events/hcs-seminar-5

    of Mexico, focusing on the resources and strategies that farmers mobilized to develop opportunities ...

  9. News: Carrier of Lyme Disease, Blacklegged Ticks Now Established in Ohio

    https://entomology.osu.edu/news/news-carrier-lyme-disease-blacklegged-ticks-now-established-ohio

    A new study conducted by Ohio State University and the Ohio Department of Health has found that blacklegged ticks and Lyme disease are now an emerging public health concern in Ohio, as tick populations carrying the disease have become established, particu ...

  10. Peter Thomison is in the news!

    https://hcs.osu.edu/news/peter-thomison-news

    Ohio State expert: Rootless corn can recover By Tracy Turner | Posted on 6/23/2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio- Rootless or "floppy" corn might look questionable, but under the right conditions, it can recover. Corn crops that are leaning or lodged might be ...

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