Pheromone traps were placed outside across the state to record black cutworm populations.
This growing season, look for abnormal pigweed species in your fields.
4-H members ages 9-12 participated the Regional 4-H In-Betweener's Retreat on March 9 & 10, 2013.
The Incognito Robotics 4-H Club working to build their robot for the "Ultimate Ascent" Challenge. With the help of many community sponsors, the Robotics Club is eager to compete March 15 & 16 at the Petersen Event Center in Pittsburgh.
The Penn State Agronomy Guide provides important information about field crops.
Armstrong County 4-H Members help at the PA Farm Show
A post-harvest grain marketing workshop helps farmers determine whether they should sell or store their grain.
Come and join the Armstrong County Incognito Robotics Team
Despite the popularity and life-like appearance of modern artificial trees, nothing says “Christmas” like the fragrance a cut, live Christmas tree brings to your home. Beyond the initial set up and making sure it always has water, a well-selected cut tree is not much more trouble than an artificial one. And you do not have to worry about storing it for the rest of the year!
A field day was held this month to view cover crop establishment and growth in Western Pennsylvania.
A horse owner reported a neurological condition in her horse believed to be caused by the ingestion of Brown knapweed.
Members of the Young Ruff Riders 4-H Club simulated to be engineers and helped clean-up Bailey Beach with their Eco-Bot that they created.
Penn State Extension prides itself in this training as 98% of the participants in the Penn State ServSafe Course pass the exam for the PA Food Employee Certification Act.
Pennsylvania dairy farmers participate in a statewide project to learn about the benefits of planting cover crops on their farms.
A free program for for females interested in Science Engineering & Technology.
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