This Week in Ag… 6/1/2015

Have you ever really thought about pollination?  Most of us recognize pollen as the stuff that bothers our allergies or ends up turning our cars yellow.  Pollination is important because it must happen in order for fertilization to take place.  Pollinator Paradise talks about pollination and who some of our pollinators are. Find out how pollinators … Continue reading This Week in Ag… 6/1/2015

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This Week in Ag… 5.25.15

This field of perennial rye grass should last 4-5 years and will allow for multiple cuttings a year.  The first step in baling is to mow the grass.  Once the grass is mowed, a tedder will be run over the grass to help it dry faster.  Once the tedder is run through, the grass must … Continue reading This Week in Ag… 5.25.15

Jay Martin to Lead Field to Faucet and Global Water Initiative

COLUMBUS, Ohio – While some would say people are the problem behind Lake Erie’s harmful algal blooms, Jay Martin will tell you they’re the solution. Martin was recently chosen to lead Field to Faucet, a water quality program launched by The Ohio State University to ensure safe drinking water while maintaining an economically productive agricultural … Continue reading Jay Martin to Lead Field to Faucet and Global Water Initiative