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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EVALUATE ALFALFA STANDS FOR WINTER INJURY
As alfalfa stands break dormancy and begin growth growers should make plans to take some time to evaluate the health of those stands and determine if there was winter injury. Here in Wayne County and the surrounding area we had periods of near zero to below zero temperatures this winter combined with little to no snow cover during some of those cold temperatures.
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ENJOY COLORFUL EASTER EGGS SAFELY
Spring has finally arrived with an array of colors, sounds and new growth. When I think of Easter, I also think of the beautiful colors of eggs decorated for display. Here are a few tips to remember to keep your family safe as you enjoy this timeless tradition. To safely hard cook eggs:
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Announcements
The Wayne County Extension office is here to serve you. We gratefully acknowledge the continued help and support of our local county commissioners Ann Obrecht, Scott Wiggam, and Jim Carmichael. Their input and participation into our programming efforts is appreciated.
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County News
Grass growth is starting and one potential problem that can be encountered early in the grazing season by livestock is grass tetany, sometimes called grass staggers.
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4-H PREPARES YOUTH TO BE ENGAGED CITIZENS
4-H offers youth opportunities to develop life skills such as leadership, responsibility, initiative, confidence, the ability to speak in public, run a meeting, balance a checkbook, and so much more through hands-on experiential learning. 4-H delivers experiential learning through more than 200 different projects that youth can choose from as well as through opportunities at numerous camps, livestock clinics, and other special events.
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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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