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History of Ohio 4-H
4-H Was Born in Ohio On January 15, 1902, A. B. Graham, superintendent of schools in Clark County, established the Boys and Girls Agricultural Clubs (the earliest name for 4-H) when he organized the Springfield Township Agricultural Experiment Club.
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Announcements
Attention 4-Hers: Be sure to say THANKS! to the Buyers of your 2013 Fair Animals
We need to make a special effort to write thank you notes to buyers of fair animals for their support, sponsors and donors of the many Jr. Fair Awards received by our 4-H and FFA exhibitors throughout the fair week.
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County News
Spring Lawn Fertilization and Crabgrass Control
Now that April has arrived, many people are anxious to get outside and get yard work done. Spring lawn fertilization and crabgrass control are usually two of the earliest projects given consideration.
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Early Season Sprays for Fruit Trees
Early spring is the best time to apply sprays to control certain insects, mites, and diseases on apple, pear and other fruit trees. Gardeners who have had problems with pests and diseases in the past year should consider applying early season sprays to prevent or minimize pest damage this season.
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State News
Cowgirl Princess Camp
May 17, 2014, For youth in grades 1-5, Cost $30, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at 4-H Camp Palmer, Fayette, OH
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Fulton County OSU Extension to Offer Low Tunnel/High Tunnel Workshop and Farm Tour
The Fulton County OSU Extension invites area producers to participate in the Low Tunnel/High Tunnel Workshop and Farm Tour on April 24th, 2014 from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm at Heritage Inn in Archbold, OH.
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