USDA and CFAES researchers have developed an “intelligent” pesticide sprayer that reduces the spray that misses its target by 30% to 90%. “That’s significant,” said CFAES’ Melanie Ivey, a member of the research team. Read the story.
Rattan Lal, Distinguished University Professor of soil science in CFAES’ School of Environment and Natural Resources, will receive the 2020 World Food Prize in a ceremony set for 10–11 a.m. EDT Thursday, Oct. 15.
Later the same day, he will be honored during a CFAES-hosted virtual event called “The Legacy of Dr. Rattan Lal” from 2–2:45 p.m. EDT.
Watch the morning ceremony here. Register to attend the afternoon event here.
Come join virtual “Conversations on the Politics and Science of Climate Change in the Buckeye State.” It’s the next monthly program by CFAES’ Environmental Professionals Network, set for Tuesday, Oct. 13, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Participating is free of charge.
Come fall, it’s not too late to start a veggie garden in Ohio. And in every one of the state’s 88 counties, CFAES-trained experts are ready and willing to offer you science-based guidance. Read more. (Photo: Ken Chamberlain, CFAES.)