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The statewide planting progress reports from USDA also show a normal planting season for Ohio. While planting progress started out slow, corn and soybean planting was right on pace with the five-year average by the May 12 progress report and then moved ahead of the planting pace later in May.
Gee served as OSU president for two terms, from 1990-1997 and 2007 to present. During his tenure as president, Gee has been an acclaimed leader at OSU. He has enhanced the universityâ€™s academic profile as Ohio State has become a highly selective, top-tier public research institution.
Now the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has targeted six major streams â€” the Maumee, Sandusky, Cuyahoga, Wabash, Scioto and Great Miami rivers â€”to begin monitoring and reducing pollution that exacerbates the algae.
The red tape and glacial pace of the legislative process in Washington irritate the two-term Republican congressman, a Bay Village native who spent three decades as a Holmes County hog farmer before becoming an Ohio legislator and a U.S. House of Representatives member.
The Senateâ€™s farm bill cloture vote Thursday morning poses a critical test for the Agriculture Committee leadership, which needs a strong showing to clear the way for passage Monday and begin to heal the breach sparked by revisions in the commodity title.