Rory Lewandowski

County Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources

Rory Lewandowski

County Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources

 

Responsible for…

•Integrated Pest Management scouting program

•Ruminant livestock production programs

•Forage and pasture management programs

•Agronomic and crop production programs

•Home horticulture programs

•Natural resources education

 

Getting to Know Rory…

Rory and his wife Marcia live outside of Wooster.  They have two grown children who are both working in the medical field.  In his spare time Rory enjoys gardening and working outdoors.

 

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Summer is usually a time for a change in routine that allows families a little more time together to do the things we enjoy the most. Why is spending time together important?
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When is the last time you enjoyed a family picnic? Food always seems to taste better when enjoyed outdoors, but there are precautions that we need to take to make sure we keep it safe. Here are a few tips for you to consider:
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Announcements
The Wayne County Extension integrated pest management (IPM) scouting program has a new web site where weekly scouting report summaries are posted along with photos and links to information on diseases, insect pests and weeds that IPM scouts are finding in grower fields
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Ask A Master Gardener!
Have a gardening question? Ask a master gardener!
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County News
The Rover gas pipeline project is creating a stir among landowners that fall in the projected route. There are a lot of questions about gas line easements and leases.
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For those livestock producers that are pasture based, August management can determine what, if any, extended season grazing will be done in the late fall to winter months. There are two main options that can be used to extend the grazing season; stockpiling perennial forages and/or planting cool season annual forages.
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State News
Find recent "Grazing School" presentations on-line here!
The "Pastures for Profit" grazing school is a comprehensive course in Management Intensive Grazing
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Do Wildlife enjoy your Garden more than you do?
When planning your garden, don't forget your plan to exclude the wildlife!
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