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  1. Miscanthus

    https://ashtabula.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/miscanthus-production

    factsheet is an excellent primer for those interested in learning the basics about miscanthus grass. ... Miscanthus Budget for Biomass Production This factsheet goes into detail on the associated costs (both fixed ...

  2. Kissing Bugs Under the Mistletoe? Not in Ohio, Say Experts

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/kissing-bugs-under-the-mistletoe-not-in-ohio-say-experts

    Berger, Bugwood.org.) Dave Shetlar, an entomology professor in the college who goes by the nickname “The ... BugDoc,” said he’s taken a number of calls about possible kissing bugs in people’s homes in recent weeks. ... try to suck your blood,” Shetlar said. Wheel bugs, too, get mistaken for kissing bugs, Shetlar said. ...

  3. 2017 Participants

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/undergraduate-research-forum/2017/2017-participants

    Mine-Land     David Barker Bethany Kyre Metabolic Responses of Austrian Pine to an Opportunistic Pathogen Under ...

  4. 2019

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/undergraduate-research-forum/2019

    A Survey of the Genus Pyropyga Luciana Musetti Ellen Dunkle Body Size of Ground Beetles ...

  5. 2012

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/academics/undergraduate/research/cfaes-undergraduate-research-forum/archives/2012

      Katherine Gambone Quantifying Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) in Austrian pine (Pinus nigra) Shoot Tissue by ...

  6. CFAES garden at Cleveland home show celebrates Wooster and winter

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-monthly/february-2020/cfaes-garden-cleveland-home-show-celebrates-wooster-and

    reporting on the garden, noted its “prairie grasses that stand out from lush green pines” and “a Golden Pine ...

  7. Ohio’s ‘Climate Whiplash’ Triggered, then Stopped the Early Spring

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/ohio%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%98climate-whiplash%E2%80%99-triggered-then-stopped-the-early-spring

    casebearer, and the exotic ambrosia beetle, have already found their way to trees, and soon to follow is the ... European pine sawfly, a grayish-green insect that can quickly strip needles from pine trees. With the ... beetle or more than 50 other pests that typically zero in on Ohio’s greenery every year. “The power is in ...

  8. Northeast Ohio hosts millions of cicadas

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/northeast-ohio-hosts-millions-cicadas

    can also get on your nerves,” said David Shetlar, a professor emeritus with CFAES.   Their distinctive ... will temporarily leave an area just to find solace, Shetlar said. By showing up in the millions all at ... ate too many of them,” Shetlar said. After a few more weeks of mating, this brood of 17-year cicadas ...

  9. Surge in Japanese Beetles to Dissipate

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/surge-in-japanese-beetles-dissipate

    are on their way out. It’s not unusual to spot Japanese beetles in June and July, but the number of ... University. Though Japanese beetles typically thrive on the leaves of linden trees, grape vines and roses, ... this summer, they branched out, devouring other plants in Ohio including scotch pine and jewelweed. ...

  10. Managing Motivation as a Student in the Time of COVID-19

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/events/managing-motivation-student-in-the-time-covid-19

    reproductive interference in native lady beetle decline. Leo has more than 15 years of experience delivering ...

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