Research Projects

New H2Ohio Incentive Program Helps Improve Water Quality

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

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

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 …

December Producer Meetings

Winter is officially “Meeting Season” for many of Ohio’s top producers.

New H2Ohio Program Offered

The H2Ohio Water Quality Incentive Program will offer a one-time payment of $2,000 per acre for new Lake Erie CREP wetlands and forested riparian buffers (buffer strip with trees) to help improve water quality in the Lake Erie watershed.

Cover Crop Management

Annual ryegrass and cereal rye reduce soybean cyst nematodes 80-90% if planted early in the fall when soil temperatures are above 50 degrees F.

The Smell of Rain and Microbes

Healthy soils have more oxygen and have a sweeter aroma due to healthy microbes.

Soil Health Indicators

Soil biological life is the biggest indicator of good soil health.

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