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  1. Saranga_Test

    https://mcic.osu.edu/node/98

    Correa Pavinato, PhD Postdoctoral Researcher, Bioinformatics correapavinato.1@osu.edu Saranga Wijeratne, ... MS System Developer, Bioinformatics wijeratne.3@osu.edu sdsdsads ...

  2. OCAMM odds & ends

    https://ocamm.osu.edu/news/ocamm-odds-ends-19

    their target application rate.  Here’s how to calibrate and calculate for better results.  |  Article ...

  3. OCAMM odds & ends

    https://ocamm.osu.edu/news/ocamm-odds-ends-17

    improve application rates as well as the use and benefits of as-applied maps.  |  Article From Morning Ag ...

  4. OCAMM odds & ends

    https://ocamm.osu.edu/news/ocamm-odds-ends-16

    agronomic rate (150 lbs N/ac), had the same corn yield, higher soybean yield, and less nitrate runoff ... evapotranspiration rates and high precipitation. |  Article Video explains swine farm anaerobic digester | A good ...

  5. OCAMM odds & ends

    https://ocamm.osu.edu/news/ocamm-odds-ends-15

    anaerobic. While both have microbial activity, they differ in the rate and extent of decomposition, gas ...

  6. OCAMM odds & ends

    https://ocamm.osu.edu/news/ocamm-odds-ends-14

    applied at agronomic rates reduced nitrate losses and gave better or similar crop yields when compared to ...

  7. Microscopy

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    this link. Microscopy rates are posted on our ' Rates ' page. Light Microscopy ...

  8. OCAMM odds & ends

    https://ocamm.osu.edu/news/ocamm-odds-ends-3

    rates found that manure increased average grain yield by 5%, reduced N losses to air and water, improved ... water quality. It’s complicated. While application rates and soil erosion have decreased, P loading of ...

  9. OCAMM odds & ends

    https://ocamm.osu.edu/news/ocamm-odds-ends-6

    July 16 for the discounted rate.       Program and registration details   Composting in Ohio: A tour of ...

  10. OCAMM odds & ends

    https://ocamm.osu.edu/news/ocamm-odds-ends-4

    to be 20-40% higher or lower than book values. To determine the best application rate, researchers ...

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