LONDON, Ohio — Farm Science Review, the major agricultural trade show set for Sept. 18-20 in London, will share what’s new with trees, fish, wildlife, pastures, ponds and gardening, too.
How-to talks scheduled for the Review’s Gwynne Conservation Area and Utzinger Memorial Garden will cover a gamut of green things, from backyard gardening to home landscaping, managing woods to grazing grass, bringing in birds to planting for bees.
You’ll find flower gardens, prairie plantings and experts on hand who can answer your questions.
Together, the Gwynne and Utzinger sites “help provide a well-rounded experience” at Farm Science Review, said Nick Zachrich, who manages the event.
Learning more about natural resources, land management and horticulture, Zachrich said, “are important to a large segment of our visitors.”
All the activities in both areas are included with admission to the Review, which is being sponsored by the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) at The Ohio State University.
Organizers are expecting about 120,000 people during the three days of the event.
London is about 30 miles west of Columbus.
— Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences