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  1. Biosecurity Fundamentals for Extension Personnel

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/vme-5

    tattoo sets, tagging pliers, buckets). Clean and sanitize all transported equipment before and after use ... controlled; and how cleaning and disinfection procedures will be designed to reduce pathogen levels. Every ... minimize the spread of diseases. Basic issues to consider in a biosecurity program include isolating new ...

  2. Food Safety in Gardens

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-1153

    should be cleaned and sanitized before each use. Plastic bags can be used to collect fruits and ... cleaned with soap and water and sanitized with a dilute solution of bleach (1 Tablespoon per gallon of ... Sanitation Pathogens can end up on fresh produce through cross-contamination from dirty surfaces. Harvesting ...

  3. Current Sanitation Practices for Leafy Green Vegetables For Processors, Retailers and Consumers

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/aex-261

    deaths due to current sanitation and handling practices. Of the 9.6 million cases of total foodborne ... and romaine lettuce, and spinach are typically more challenging to sanitize than other vegetables ... for understanding this information is to identify potential improvements on sanitation processes, ...

  4. On-Farm Biosecurity: Traffic Control and Sanitation

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/vme-6

    (movement of people, animals and equipment) will be regulated, and how cleaning and disinfection procedures ... clean footwear. You should provide them with disposable plastic boots (or clean rubber boots that can be ... alcohol-based disposable hand wipes or gel sanitizers may be used.  Moderate-Risk Visitors People who routinely ...

  5. First-Aid Kits

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/aex-79023

    including the following items in a basic kit. First-Aid Kit samples Basic Supplies • Adhesive medical tape ... or instant hand sanitizer • Sterile eyewash, such as a saline solution • Thermometer • Triangular ... mayoclinic.org/first-aid/first-aid-kits/basics/art-20056673. Reviewer:  Kent McGuire, CFAES Safety and Health Coordinator, Food, Agricultural and Biological ...

  6. Food Safety and Garden Flooding

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-1154

    then thoroughly clean and cook the product before eating it. Root and tuber crops such as carrots, ... removal by washing or sanitation is nearly impossible. Consider crop maturity Plants with fruit (i.e., ... harvesting containers and then sanitize them with a disinfectant such as Lysol, diluted bleach (one part ...

  7. Infused Water with Ohio Local Foods

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5363

    well as wash all produce with clean running water. Use clean containers and sanitize preparation ... in sugar. It is as simple as adding some clean, rinsed and sliced produce and herbs to your glass or ...

  8. RHDV2: What Rabbit Owners Need to Know

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/4h-54

    can serve as a source of infection if owners are not following adequate sanitation protocols for ... cleaning and disposal. The incubation period for RHD is 1-5 days from time of exposure to showing signs of ... that RHD shows up in your facility. For effective results, owners should clean with soap and water to ...

  9. Soils and Soil Health

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-0136

    slightly acidic to neutral. Some crops or plants require more acidic soils, and some prefer more basic ... less runoff and fewer nutrient loss events improved habitat for pollinators and wildlife healthier ...

  10. Pulsed Electric Field Processing Applications in the Food Industry

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fst-fabe-1002

    lines can be sanitized using clean-in-place (CIP) or steam-in-place (SIP) systems. What Are the Key ... the commercial pasteurization of juices. The juice processors must implement sanitation and good ... contribution of The Ohio State University Food Safety Engineering Laboratory, Center for Clean Food Process ...

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