Pictured: The Enzomeal development team (from left): Kirk Merritt (OSC), Vee Siva Prasad (Matrix), Steve Reinhard (OSC Board), Shankar Prasad (Godavari Knowledge Society), Barry McGraw (OSC), and Ram Lalgudi (Battelle). not pictured: Rob Cain (Battelle), Mrudula Vempuluru (Matrix), Bhima Vijayendran (Redwood) and Jim Sonnett (Redwood). Click Here to download PDF of announcement. The Ohio
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The Ohio Soybean Council was founded in 1991 to manage the Soybean Promotion and Research Program – more commonly known as the soybean checkoff.
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With farmers in Ohio under increased scrutiny for nutrient run-off, soil tests can help growers make decisions about which nutrients should be applied for a viable crop in the upcoming season. Soil testing also gives farmers another layer of data that lends itself to improving production practices and overall farm management. While there are several
Q: How did you first get involved with the Ohio Soybean Council (OSC)? A: I’m fortunate enough to have served in the State House as a Representative years ago and it was there that I first learned about the wide variety of OSC research projects. I was impressed by the number of private companies and
How easy-to-use is the Intellislope Tile Plow Control System? Is the Raven Accuflow Vortex worth the price? Can the Weedseeker Automatic Spot Spray System accurately identify and target weeds? The answers to all these questions can be found on Precision Ag Reviews, Ohio Soybean Council’s website for farmers making important precision ag equipment decisions, created