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Two HCS seniors win scholarships!
HCS Student, Steve Parker receives the Greenfield Scholars Award!
MS student Shouxin Li awarded scholarship
HCS 5422 Approved for Digital Book Development
PhD student, Brian Pace, was awarded the US Borlaug Fellows in Global Food Security Graduate Research Fellowship Grant.
HCS 3410 travel to the High Line in New York
Harvest Day on the Student Farm
HCS Students Joshua Henry and Amy Miller win scholarships from the American Floral Endowment.
HCS Instructor, Bruce Ackley is developing an iBook for HCS 5422, Principles of Weed Ecology and Management.
He works with Dr. Kristin Mercer on the evolution and ecophysiology of maize grown by subsistence farmers in Southern Mexico.
Jim Chatfield and students traveled to New York in April 2014.
Students harvest produce grown at the Ohio State University Student Farm.
                 

Department of Horticulture and Crop Science

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Not too late to plant wheat, but risks increase
By Tracy Turner | Posted on 10/15/2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Growers may still have time to plant wheat this fall even though cool, wet weather that has delayed the soybean harvest for many growers is making wheat planting difficult for some, according to a field crops expert with Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.

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TPC River’s Bend is a private club just north of Cincinnati, Ohio and is managed by the PGA Tour.  Named by Golf Digest among the “Top 10 Best New Private Clubs in the U.S.” when it debuted in 2002, TPC River’s Bend has also been recognized as one of Ohio’s “Best Courses in State” by Golf Digest. The Arnold Palmer design is a par 72 playing just over 7100 yards with bentgrass greens, tees and fairways.  We are a certified Audubon sanctuary and we place an emphasis on excellent conditioning and environmental stewardship.

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