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  1. ‘All Corn Is the Same,’ and Other Foolishness about America’s King of Crops

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/%E2%80%98all-corn-is-the-same%E2%80%99-and-other-foolishness-about-america%E2%80%99s-king-crops

    Mauricio Espinoza COLUMBUS, Ohio — In 2014, farmers across the United States harvested 14.2 ... be high in starch content and won’t be sweet or soft. Sweet corn, on the other hand, has a much ... higher sugar content, has more polysaccharides that make kernels creamy and is softer because it’s ...

  2. Revised Phosphorus Index Can Help Curb Agricultural Runoff

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    dangerous to both the Lake Erie ecosystem and human health. In 2014, for instance, toxins produced by ... included tillage, soil type, fertilizer placement, soil phosphorus content, field topography, soil ...

  3. Chow Line: School lunch may be healthier than packed

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    Obviously, this could go either way, depending on the content of the actual meal. But according to at least ... one study, school meals might have a significant edge. The research, published in 2014 in the Journal ... sugar-sweetened beverages. Although many kids balked when schools started serving healthier meals, a 2014 study in ...

  4. Blog Offers Tips For Better Living

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    audiences in the various content we cover in Extension and to connect with consumers on issues beneficial to ... Dinning with Diabetes,” she said. “We’ve found that this blog is a great way to share our content, stay ... relevant to Ohioans and to offer researched-based content that is valuable to residents of our state.” Some ...

  5. Jump-Starting Rural Economies

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    times. Between 2003 and 2014, prices for commodities were high, not just for corn and soybeans, but for ... oil and metals, all of them spurred by foreign demand. Then in 2014, commodity prices started to ...

  6. Chow Line: Back-to-School? Food Safety Tips for Packed Lunches

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    contents out of the Danger Zone, which is when a food’s temperature reaches between 40 to 140 degrees ...

  7. Tips and Events for the Week of October 22

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    Macrofungi of Ohio and the Midwestern States.  The handbook is $26.25 for a print copy and $8 for a PDF copy ...

  8. Chow Line: Are You Eating Out for Valentine’s Day?

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    order to make good nutrition choices once you’re at the restaurant, be aware of the nutritional content ... of the foods you order, including the calorie content, advises the Centers for Disease Control and ...

  9. Chow Line: Meat vs. ‘Meat?’

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    per person compared with 210.8 pounds per person in 2014, according to USDA. Meanwhile, the ...

  10. Study: May 1- Through Mid-May-Planted Soybeans Resulted in Better Yields

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    Agricultural Research and Development Center. In the study of 2013 and 2014 planting trials at OARDC’s Western ... Agricultural Research Station near South Charleston, Ohio, soybean yields decreased by 0.6 bushels per acre per ...

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