H2Ohio is a water quality initiative that addresses water issues in Ohio, including Lake Erie algal blooms caused by phosphorus runoff from farm fertilizer, wastewater, and home sewage treatment systems due to aging infrastructure, and lead contamination from old water pipes and fixtures. On this Our Ohio Weekly, find out what H2Ohio means for the state’s agriculture sector.
How soon will Ohioans see a difference in their broadband offerings and what does that process look like? On this week’s Our Ohio Weekly, we connect with experts to talk about rural broadband.
The invasion of farm armyworms taking over wide fields of forage and lush suburban lawns is of the likes that haven’t been seen in almost 30 years, and the damage has been catastrophic.
There are 200 licenses to cultivate hemp approved by the Ohio Department of Agriculture, equating to over 550 acres of hemp. Six of those acres belong to Hondros Farms.
Fisher’s Crop Care by Air applies important nutrients and crop protection products to over 100,000 acres of Ohio corn, soybean and wheat fields each growing season.
The Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review, which was held online last year because of the pandemic, will return this year to be live and in person for the 59th annual event. Farm Science Review attracts over 100,000 visitors from…
If you were to visit 80 Acres Farms you might be looking for tractors, silos or acres and acres of soil, but those things typical to agriculture are nowhere in sight at the Hamilton, Ohio facility. Instead, the farm is…
Industry experts from print and broadcast talk about the changing landscape of news in a digital world.
Offering high school students a different path to a successful career, foregoing college.
The event welcomes those involved in public policy from 12 state Farm Bureaus across the region.