Field Crops Notes
Topics covered in this issue include: Why Are Toxins So Variable in Small Grain Harvest, Weed Management in Double-Crop Soybeans, and Brown Stink Bug Damage
Topics covered in this issue include: Soil Compaction Management; New Reports Available for 2011 Forage Trials and PA Commercial Grain and Silage Hybrid Corn Test Report (2011 Results)
Topics covered in this issue: Take Steps in Case Weather Won't Cooperate During Hay Drying, Small-Square Baler Maintenance, Determine Small Grain Growth Stage Before Applying Herbicides, and Weed of the Month: Hairy Bittercress.
Topics covered in this issue: Assessing Potential Drought Impacts, Consider Herbicide Rotational Crop Restrictions for Late Summer/Fall Planted Crops, and New Hazard Communications on the Horizon
Topics covered in this issue: Consider Adding Clover to Your Cover Crop This Spring, New Agronomy Guide Available, Quick Tips to Navigating PDA Website, Time for Planter Maintenance
Topics in this issue include: Glory Herbicide has now received a Special Local Need label for winter wheat and barley in Pennsylvania; 2013-2014 Agronomy Guide on the Web
Topics covered in this issue: Pokeweed Management in Field Crops--An Update; Soybean Herbicides; Minimize Traffic Damage to Your Alfalfa; Sign Up for Penn State Extension's Field Crops News
Topics covered in this issue include: Managing Western Corn Rootworm Resistance to Bt on the Fringe; Beware of Hot Hay
Topics covered in this issue: Crops Conferences in Southeast PA, Tips for Preventing Combine Fires, Variety and Hybrid Tests Available, Pesticide Applicator Short Course
Topics covered in this issue include: Pokeweed Management Update, Small Grain Development and Disease Forecast, New Fact Sheet Available "NEWBio Switchgrass Budget for Biomass Production"
Topics covered in this issue: Penn State Crops Conferences are Regionalized in 2015; Corn Stover Harvesting Opportunities
Topics covered in this issue include: Update on Palmer Pigweed and Waterhemp--Call to Action; 2014 Barley Variety Reports Available; AgrAbility Program Has Been Re-funded from USDA