Is it safe to burn black cherry wood in an indoor wood stove? I was told the smoke is poisonous, but Internet research results vary...
Clermont County Ohio Posted about 9 hours ago
Hi, where can I send in a compost sample for testing/analysis on its nutrients and other components. Thanks!
Ohio Posted 1 day ago
I've collected thousands of black walnuts over the last couple of months and have processed many of them. I have hundreds still remaining that have by now turned completely brown/black. Are they still viable to process, or have the hulls been on too long? I've read over and over about removing the hulls as quickly as possible after collecting, but I'm not sure what the affect is (taste?). These walnuts have been laying in a sandy spot in the yard, basically in a single layer. I don't see any evidence of mold.
Franklin County Ohio Posted 1 day ago
can I cook two turkeys in the same oven to get them done?
What is this insect?
I have a lot of black walnut trees anb buyers are coming to view the trees.Could someone from your office come to my house and help me to identify my trees so i do not get taken advantage of. I am a graduate from OSU and now retired and living at 100 Oberle Ave Carroll Ohio 43112. If you could e mail me when you might be able to stop by i will definitely be home.I need your help desperately.Thanks Kathy Jackson
Fairfield County Ohio Posted 7 days ago
Are there any workshops on chicken slaughtering? Does the extension office loan or rent out any equipment for chicken slaughtering?
Brown County Ohio Posted 9 days ago
Can I water bath can end of the season tomatoes that I have removed from the vines when they were green right before Frost and brought in the house to ripen in brown paper bags ? I have been peeling them and freezing them as they ripen and now want to defrost and can them. Is this safe?
Defiance County Ohio Posted 10 days ago
How can I tell if I have a walnut tree growing or some invasive species.? I am willing to let a walnut grow. I
Clark County Ohio Posted 11 days ago
I am currently have 3 acres I am farming. I was considering growing hops. I did some research and tOSU put out some guidance around things to consider before starting a hops farm. It’s shows there may be able to have a site study done through the local extension. My initial question is, would 3 acres be enough to have a sustainable commercial operation. I can build most of the infrastructure but I question if harvest would be much on 3 acres. Thank you
Madison County Ohio hops production Posted 13 days ago