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Welcome to the latest issue of OARDC Report, the newsletter of the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. OARDC is the research arm of The Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
Watch a short video about what we do for you, all Ohioans, the U.S. and the world here (2:01).
In this issue, we focus specifically on water quality and on our efforts to protect it ...
Field to Faucet’s goal? Ensuring clean drinking water for everyone in Ohio. With $1 million and partners on tap, answers may start flowing soon (w/ video).
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It keeps phosphorus in the soil, ready for plants, and helpfully out of the water. Result? Less food for harmful algal blooms. Research continues …
In the Olentangy River Wetland Research Park, which OARDC helps support, five new classes are making a splash (w/ video).
In northwest Ohio, Robyn Wilson talked to farmers about what they’d do — and why — to help water. Here’s what they said.
Their added cost may be small or zero. But their benefit to farmers — and to everyone who drinks, uses and needs water — can be big.
Funding support for OARDC comes in part from an Ohio legislature line-item appropriation and from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
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