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Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering


Soil & Manure

Soil and Manure ManagementSoil health is of key importance to agricultural systems. FABE Extenstion educators specialize in techniques such as no-till, composting, and manure management to ensure that soil on Ohio farms provides the right nutrients to the field. 


conservation tillage and technology conference

The CTTC is an annual 2-day educational program with ~60 speakers in concurrent sessions. Session titles typically are: Corn University, Soybean School, Cover Crops, Nutrient Management, Soil & Water Quality, Precision Agriculture, Soil Health, On-Farm Research and Decisions, Conservation Planning, No-till Systems, and more. 

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ohio composting and manure management

The goal of the Ohio Composting and Manure Management (OCAMM) program is to research, develop and communicate sustainable strategies for the managnement of animal manures and nutrients on Ohio farms.

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soil management

Soil health is a critical impact for many areas of agronomy, horticulture, and natural resources, with ties to entomology, plant pathology, engineering, chemistry, and many other disciplines. This site focuses primarily on soils as a growing medium

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