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ADVANCED BIOSYSTEMS WORKSHOP: TOWARD a Circular Bioeconomy

May 2022 | Stay tuned for details.

ADVANCED BioSYSTEMS WORKSHOP: Growing the Bioeconomy in Uncertain Times

Missed the 2021 workshop?  Click here to view keynote speaker Doris de Guzman's presentation slides.

Hemp News and Programs

Hemp Webinar Series | Bi-weekly series February 9 - May 4, 2022
Click here to learn more.

GROWING HEMP in OHIO: Separating Fact from Fiction  |  January 24, 2020 |  OSU Wooster Campus
Missed the event? Workshop presentations slides are available, click here

Additional information:

Ohio Department of Agriclture (ODA) Hemp Program
-  Information and application requirements for growers and processors, click here
USDA Hemp and Farm Programs
-  Overview of federal rules and crop insurance, click here
-  Ohio Farmers Hemp Cooperative, click here

Recent selected articles

-  Ever-Evolving Aspects of Cannibas Production | OSU Factsheet | click here
-  Types of Hemp | Central State University Factsheet I click here
-  Ohio hemp growers: Tread slowly | OSU CFAES News |  click here
-  10 things you need to know before growing hemp | OSU CFAES News | click here
-  Industrial hemp production: Culitvation and management | Biofuels Digest | click here
-  Hemp goes 'hot' due to genetics, not growing conditions | Morning AgClips | click here
-  Cornell Hemp | Factsheets, videos and more | click here


PROBE, the Program for Bioenergy and the Environment, is an interdisciplinary research and outreach program to facilitate:

INVESTIGATION on the conversion of biofeedstocks, including lignocellulosic biomass as well as organic and biorefinery wastes and byproducts, to bioproducts, including fuels, chemicals, and materials.

COLLABORATION of Ohio State University researchers and educators with stakeholders from other institutions and industries to prepare proposals, develop processes for the production of bioproducts from biofeedstocks, and provide educational and outreach opportunities.

DELIVERY of research results to academia, industry, government agencies, and the public via workshops, seminars, and tours.

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