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  1. Muck Crops Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/muck-crops-agricultural-research-station

    the fields, and chemically treated seeds. OARDC and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) researchers ... insect life cycles and behavior, seed treatments, IPM methods, and pest monitoring. OARDC and USDA ... uniformity over direct seeding. The Station's greenhouse provides vigorous young plants for many of the ...

  2. Pomerene Forest Laboratory

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/pomerene-forest-laboratory

    Virginia seed sources of balsam fir have the potential to grow where Douglas fir and Frasier fir will not. ...

  3. Western Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/western-agricultural-research-station

    2008. Included are offices, a workshop, a conference room, and seed and machinery storage areas. ... available insecticides, and insecticide seed treatments are also evaluated to reduce insect damage in field ...

  4. Northwest Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/northwest-agricultural-research-station

    to examine treatment and management alternatives through resistant varieties, seed treatments, and ... involving insect management continues to evolve to include seed treatments, crops with genetically modified ...

  5. North Central Agricultural Research Station

    https://oardc.osu.edu/facility/north-central-agricultural-research-station

    and releasing varieties and parent material to the seed industry. Insect, Disease, and Weed Management ... chemistry for effectiveness; test seed treatments and new application equipment and technologies; and look ...

  6. Seed Quality Analysis in Phlox

    https://opgc.osu.edu/projects/seed-quality-analysis-phlox

    An important goal of our germplasm development in Phlox is to conserve the germplasm as seed ... .  However, seeds of the perennial species of Phlox have proven much more challenging to produce (pollination ... requires butterflies and only one or two seeds are prododuced per fruit),  harvest (fruit shattering is ...

  7. Amanda Lima Vilela joins the OPGC for an internship

    https://opgc.osu.edu/news/amanda-lima-vilela-joins-opgc-internship

    Gerais, Brazil joined the OPGC in August 2017 for a 5-month internship.  Her work focuses on seed quality ... Silva on characteristics of seed in perennial species of Phlox.  These seeds have presented a challenge ... to standard germplasm preservation practices.  First, it is difficult to obtain sufficient seed for ...

  8. Lepidopteran pollinators for Phlox

    https://opgc.osu.edu/projects/lepidopteran-pollinators-phlox

    Phlox species are not pollinated by bees.  Seed production in our accessions of Phlox require the ... Phlox seed.  Until such seed-production details can be optimized, we are holding off further butterfly ... rearing.  At present, seed production in Phlox is done by open pollination. ...

  9. In vitro protocols for germplasm preservation

    https://opgc.osu.edu/projects/vitro-protocols-germplasm-preservation

    with seed production and seed qualit are examined.  The research involves alterations of nutrient ...

  10. Seed production in begonia species associated with the development of common cultivated forms.

    https://opgc.osu.edu/projects/seed-production-begonia-species-associated-development-common-cultivated-forms

    accessions have produced seed and a concerted effort has been made to generate seed of as many accessions as ... possible.  In an effort to understand more about the seed biology of Begonia, and its potential for ... long-term storage, a series of studies were undertaken to characterize the seed in terms of germination ...

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