The Department of Entomology's Cooperative Extension program strives to provide up-to-date information about integrated pest management (IPM) that can be easily accessed by agriculture and pest control communities, the general public, and cooperative extension professionals throughout the state.
These nutrient management Web pages provide information about nutrient management issues related to various livestock. Topics include crops, economics, health, manure, nutrition, policy, storage and water quality.
The Pesticide Education Program strives to educate all pesticide applicators and users across the Commonwealth about pest management alternatives, including the safe, proper, and legal use of pesticides. The program promotes responsible decision-making, which will protect pesticide users, public health, plant and animal health, and the environment.
The agronomic weed science extension program at Penn State focuses on issues relating to herbicide use, weed biology and ecology, integrated pest management (IPM), cover crop use, and other issues pertaining to the management of weeds in corn, soybeans, forages, and small grains.
Click on the county location on the map to get the address, phone and/or fax number of a specific county extension office.