Research Projects

Precision U Meetings Focus on Reduced Working Days

“If you were born after February of 1985, you have never experienced a cooler than normal month for the planet.” – Aaron Wilson, OSU State Climatologist

Is Soil Health Real?

Farmers should want to optimize nutrient cycling, not maximize it.

New H2Ohio Incentive Program Helps Improve Water Quality

“Improving Ohio’s water quality is incredibly important,” – Governor Mike DeWine.

Cover Crops Benefit Wildlife

Cool season fall cover crop mixes should include plants that freeze and some that stay green till spring and start to grow in the warm days of April.

H2Ohio, Looking Back and Looking Ahead

“Under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, Ohio is committed to reducing our total phosphorus (P) and dissolved reactive phosphorus (DRP), by 40%.” – Joy Mulinex

Not Your Grandparent’s Soils

“Farmers need to pay attention to what they plant, where they plant it, and when they plant it, for cover crops to be successful.” – Hans Kok

Soybean Field

Using Humic Substances to Improve Plant Growth

Humic substances enhance plant uptake of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.

Lessons from the past to grow the future

We know a lot about soil physics and chemistry, but the biology of the soils is something we still don’t know a lot about. – Hans Kok

2020 Ohio No-till Council’s Winter Conference

By Dusty Sonnenberg, CCA, Ohio Field Leader: a project of the Ohio Soybean Council and soybean checkoff The 2020 Ohio No-till Council’s Winter Conference went …

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