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March is Women’s History Month
mcc.osu.edu/events-and-programs/heritage-and-awareness-months/womens-history-month. Some of the events include: Remember the Ladies: March 21, 12-1 p.m. Gender and Disability: ...
Time to Act on Climate Change: April 20, 2022
Keynote remarks on this topic will be provided by: Sophia Buggs, owner, Lady Buggs Farm, and Mahoning ... concludes. Speakers Sophia Buggs, owner, Lady Buggs Farm, and Mahoning Food Access Coordinator Sophia L. ... Buggs, also known as Lady Buggs, is the owner and operator of Lady Buggs Farm, a 1.3-acre urban farm ...
Cottony Maple Scale and Its Management
black lady beetles. The most common one, Hyperaspis signata, has a larva that looks like a mealybug. ... Both the adults and larvae enter ovisacs to feed on the egg masses. These lady beetles continue to feed ... adult lady beetles and parasites already in settled crawlers. Insecticidal soaps or 1.5 percent ...
Earth Day Celebration and Earth Is Our Home Activities
(owner, Lady Buggs Farm, and Mahoning food access coordinator), Jennifer Morris (chief executive officer, ...
The Financial Aspect of Alternative Forages
king, and while alfalfa is queen, she also has ladies in waiting. Upcoming Events There will be an ...
Defoliators on Soybean
yellow with black spines (fig. 4). The adult beetle resembles a lady bug or beetle because they are all ... concern, or add appreciably to the overall defoliation levels. A late spring insect is the painted lady ... painted lady, also known as the thistle caterpillar. Photo by R. Hammond. Figure 13. Yellow woollybear ...
Checklist for Business Success: Organic Vegetable Production
unusual have risen in demand (for instance, tomato varieties such as Early Girl, Pink Lady and German ...
SENR Director's Note April 2022
owner of Lady Buggs Farm and Mahoning Food Access coordinator delivering remarks in person. We’d love to ...
Cover Crop Fundamentals
—Beneficial insects, such as lady beetles or ground beetles, may be encouraged by planting cover crops. When ...
Ohio’s Natural Enemies: Harvestmen (also known as daddy longlegs)
they will also capture and consume other beneficial arthropods including lady beetle eggs, spiders and ...