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The research efforts of Ohio agriculture certainly include lab testing, university plot work and data analysis, but every farmer knows that the most dependable crop production research also includes extensive work in real, on-farm fields.
Anyone doubting the accuracy, potential, and future of precision technology in agriculture has probably not seen the aerial photos of a corn field with an unmistakable Block O pattern at the Farm Science Review (FSR) south of I-70.
If waterfowl are still carrying the highly pathogenic avian influenza that they were last spring, local chicken and turkey farms may have reason to worry.
U.S. farmers are growing fewer types of crops than they were 34 years ago, which could have implications for how farms fare as changes to the climate evolve, according to a large-scale study by Kansas State University, North Dakota State University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Less crop diversity may also be impacting the general ecosystem.
The 26th class of honorees will be inducted into the Farm Science Review Hall of Fame during the Celebration of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences luncheon, a first-time event, on Sept. 24. John Hixson and Harold Watters will join past honorees for their contributions to and support of the Farm Science Review.