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  1. Ohio State Weed Specialist: Preventing the Spread of Costly Herbicide-Resistant Weed Calls for Zero Tolerance

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    should reduce the rate of increase following an initial Palmer amaranth introduction, it’s difficult to ...

  2. MS Exit Seminar- Nancy Huarachi Morejon

    https://hcs.osu.edu/about-us/events/ms-exit-seminar-nancy-huarachi-morejon

    was assessed based on seed size and germination rates. The failure of the graft to form due to excess ... An advanced backcross population (BC3S4) derived from the elite lines H7998 (displaying a high rate ...

  3. HCS Colloquium

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    highest transformation rates in seedling tissues and embryogenic cultures, whereas the known lab strains ...

  4. Volume 2, Issue 9, May 15, 2015

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    influenza is in the building. Live bird removal is typically done at a rate of 60,000 birds per day with ... plan for their farm operation. The program was rated an overall score of 9.02 out a possible 10. 96.5% ... corn nitrogen rate trials. See page 35 of the Fertilizer Applicator Certification Training Manual for ...

  5. MS Exit Seminar- Miles Jonard

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    asked to rate their confidence on core competencies covered by the modules.  The mean competency scores ...

  6. Volume 2, Issue 6, March 31, 2015

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    of application method, timing and nutrient rates. Another 12% will be conducting on-farm research in ... rate (89%), at the Right time (81%) and in the Right place (73%). Fertilizer Training curriculum was ...

  7. Volume 2, Issue 11, June 15, 2015

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    agricultural industry suffers from a higher rate of injuries and fatalities than the mainstream workforce. ... 1) Nitrogen rates and Sulfur for wheat, 2) pop-up starters for corn and 3) Phosphorus and Potassium ...

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