Farmers in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana now have updated guidelines to use when it comes to fertilizing their field crops—and their profits and everyone’s water quality stand to gain.
Farm and Dairy, Nov. 1; featuring Chris Winslow, director, Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory
Forests News, Oct. 19; featuring Rattan Lal, School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR)
Waste 360, Oct. 16; featuring Jill Bartolotta, Ohio Sea Grant
Radio Iowa, Oct. 15; featuring Rattan Lal, SENR
Gore, 2020 laureate Lal pitch national policy during World Food Prize talk on soil health and hunger
Des Moines (Iowa) Business Record, Oct. 13; featuring Rattan Lal, School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR)
Ohio State News, Oct. 5; featuring Rattan Lal, SENR
No-Till Farmer, Sept. 17; partnership with CFAES cited
Ohio State News, Sept. 9; featuring CFAES’ Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory
Toledo Blade (subscription required), Aug. 26
Washington Post, Aug. 31; featuring Brian Roe, Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics
NPR, Aug. 18; featuring Rattan Lal, School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR)
Ohio State News, Aug. 13; featuring Mažeika Sullivan, SENR
Can farmers raise their yields while meeting water quality goals—and if so, how? CFAES expert Greg LaBarge will answer that question in a talk during this year’s Farm Science Review.
Callia Tellez, a spring graduate of CFAES’ School of Environment and Natural Resources and a 2020 CFAES Distinguished Senior, presented “Conservation from the Local Level Up: A Lesson from the Farmers of the Great Lakes Basin” as a Spotlight Speaker in Ohio State’s annual Research and Innovation Showcase. The event, organized by the Office of Research and Corporate Engagement Office, was held this year as a series of virtual talks.
“We have the technical fix to nutrient runoff,” Tellez says in her presentation. “But what we’re missing is the connection between the solution and the people who need to make it happen.”
How can we make that connection? Watch the video above.