Richland County, Ohio

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Appaloosa

Why isn't the Appaloosa listed in the horse badges for the have you ridden?

Richland County Ohio 4-h 4-h horse project over 1 year ago

I have planted hazelnut bushes approximately 5 or 6 years ago. I have 3 of...

I have planted hazelnut bushes approximately 5 or 6 years ago. I have 3 of them the ground they are thriving without any evidence of disease they must each be at least 8 years old. To this state they have not produced any hazelnuts I suspect they are of the same cult before. Therefore, 2 years ago I planted additional bushes of unknown varieties. Still no nuts. There is however pollen produced by the trees. I would like to be able to determine what Fridays I have and therefore what would be compatible ones to pollinate them with

Richland County Ohio over 2 years ago

I'm facing a land management decision on our farm which would benefit from...

I'm facing a land management decision on our farm which would benefit from your advice. Long story short, we have 14 acres of poor soil that has been in corn/soybeans, which our local farmers do not want to cash rent anymore. My long-term plan is to, within the next 5 years, enroll it in CRP/plant it in one of their prairie practices. I'm told that the CRP program is currently at its national acreage cap and it may be awhile before new enrollment applications are accepted. In the meantime, my concern is keeping this acreage in commercial agriculture and thus maintaining our property's eligibility for CAUV taxation. We are looking at planting these acres in hay, to be sprayed and replaced with prairie forbs/grasses within a few years. My concerns are: 1) Choosing a hay seed mix that will not introduce problem non-native grasses that would create a long-term competition problem for the future prairie natives; and 2) Choosing a hay mix that, while it's in the field, will itself create maximum desirable habitat for grassland birds (especially meadowlarks and sparrows) and any plant stragglers that persist will contribute positively to our future prairie. I understand that most commonly-used hay species around here (grasses and legumes) are both cool season and non-native. Can you offer some thoughts or recommendations? Sincerely, Larry Smith

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Richland County Ohio over 1 year ago

Can anyone identify this spider?

Hello I found this spider crawling up my leg, can anyone identify what type it is or if it's a danger to me? Thank you.

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Richland County Ohio about 2 years ago

Beatles/Bugs on my Viburnam

Found hundreds of these feasting on my bushes this morning. Thanks for your help!

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Richland County Ohio horticulture insects about 3 years ago

moscow lilac bush

my moscow lilac is about 6-7 years old. it is very healthy looking leaves are green all over, about 7 ft height, about 5 ft wide, nice shape, about 15ft in front of pine trees,it gets about 60-40 sun in spring 50-50 sun in summer My question it has NEVER produce flowers!! WHATS wrong ?? thank you Harry

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Richland County Ohio about 1 year ago

What are the requirements to qualify for the CAUV program? I have 5.4 rural...

What are the requirements to qualify for the CAUV program? I have 5.4 rural acres with three bee hives. Does this meet the requirements for CAUV TO REDUCE MY PROPERTY TAXES?

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Richland County Ohio over 4 years ago

Does my child have to join a 4-H group in the county we live in? We live in...

Does my child have to join a 4-H group in the county we live in? We live in Richland County, but live close to Ashland County.

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Richland County Ohio about 2 years ago

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