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  1. Scarlet, gray make a brownfield green: OARDC team turns waste into soil

    https://oardc.osu.edu/newsletter/oardc-report-newsletter/march-april-2016/scarlet-gray-make-brownfield-green-oardc-team

    basta.4@osu.edu. Read about more new research by Nick Basta… Read the TerraDaily story… ...

  2. iAGRI Project Awarded Ohio State's Emerging International Engagement Award

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/iagri-project-awarded-ohio-states-emerging-international-engagement-award

    Emerging International Engagement Award to iAGRI, or the Innovative Agricultural Research Initiative, on ... other U.S. land-grant institutions in the effort to build the long term training and research capacity ...

  3. Development Of An Integrated System For Nitrogen And Phosphorus Removal From Animal Manure

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/field-faucet-projects/method-extracting-n-p-manure

    Manure treatment: Research Aims to Take the P and N out of Livestock Waste Principal Investigator ... a growing crop could absorb. Too much phosphorus in our lakes can lead to harmful algal blooms.   A research ...

  4. Researchers: Toledo Water Crisis Impacted Perceptions of Lake Erie Algae Causes

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/news/researchers-toledo-water-crisis-impacted-perceptions-lake-erie-algae-causes

    policies needed to stem the continued growth of harmful algal blooms. The research was funded by the ... Field to Faucet Initiative. Research partners on the study include Erik Nisbet from Ohio State’s School ... Economics, discussed the initial findings from the research during the college’s recent Agricultural Policy ...

  5. Investigation of water treatment alternatives in the removal of microcystin-LR

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/ohio-dept-higher-education-projects/water-treatment-alternatives-microcystin

    Isabel Escobar, University of Toledo Description Research at the University of Toledo and The Ohio State ... charcoal, the research team will develop and test three new water treatment processes to see which ones ...

  6. Farmers: 3 days to hone your business’s edge, 4,000 ways to see how

    https://oardc.osu.edu/newsletter/oardc-report-newsletter/september-october-2015/farmers-3-days-hone-your-business%E2%80%99s-edge

    by CFAES, including OARDC, Farm Science Review features the latest agricultural practices, research ...

  7. Ohio Ag Hall of Fame inductees have CFAES ties

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/newsletter/cfaes-connect/june-2016/cfaes-news/ohio-ag-hall-fame-inductees-have-cfaes-ties

    marketers, elected officials, researchers, fair managers and consumers have all benefited from Isler’s ... communities through research-based educational programming. His career began as an agricultural science ...

  8. Development Of Microcystin Detoxifying Water Biofilters

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/ohio-dept-higher-education-projects/water-treatment-biofilters-microcystin

    University of Toledo Description Researchers at the University of Toledo are putting toxin-eating bacteria to ... remove algal toxins from water. A team of researchers from the University of Toledo has developed a new ...

  9. Prevention Of Cyanobacterial Bloom Formation Using Cyanophages

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/ohio-dept-higher-education-projects/viruses-prevent-cyanobacterial-bloom-formation

    Description New research at Ohio State investigates an environmentally friendly way to reduce microcystins in ... cyanophages we have in Ohio lakes, and quantify them.” The hope is that researchers will discover a way to use ...

  10. Fish Flesh And Fresh Produce As Sources Of Microcystin Exposure To Humans

    https://field2faucet.osu.edu/about-us/projects/ohio-dept-higher-education-projects/fish-and-produce-sources-microcystin

    Stuart Ludsin, Ohio State University Description A team of Ohio State researchers is helping to determine ... produce affected by algal blooms. A multi-college research team led by Stuart Ludsin, an aquatic ecologist ...

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