The economic impact study by Econsult Solutions, Inc. shows the Mariner East projects by Sunoco Logistics can add up to $4.2 billion to Pennsylvania’s economy, including over 30,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs through the construction phase. (more…)
Soils are the fundamental food factory on our planet. Pay attention to the health of soil in your garden and landscape, and you will reap the benefits of healthier and more productive plants.
Carpetweed (Mollugo verticillata) is a low-growing, multi-shoot annual that grows into a circular mat.
Certain conditions in the lives of youth serve to protect them from the potential harmful effects of negative conditions in their worlds. These "protective factors" are found in the community, school, families, and individuals themselves.
Children and nature have always been connected.
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The annual Veterinary Practitioner’s Meeting sponsored by the Animal Diagnostic Laboratory (PADLS-PSU), Pennsylvania State University Veterinary Extension, and the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture will be held on Friday, May 1st, 2015.
Juicy cherry tomatoes, fresh fish by the pound, grape leaves stuffed with roasted veggies, freshly made gelato – is your mouth watering? Stroll along to capture the flavor of the Mediterranean cuisine and its potential health benefits.
February will have below normal temperatures with the potential for more storms.
Jessica Williamson is the new Field and Forage Crop Extension Educator based out of Blair County.
This nearly 400-page, wire-bound guide was prepared by Penn State extension specialists in agronomy, entomology, and plant pathology.
Here are some new products currently, or anticipated to be, available for the 2015 season along with label changes of some additional weed control products.
Winter weather plays a large role in how healthy your forage stands will look in April.
What really caught my attention was that nearly every cultivated field was clearly being tilled, usually moldboard plowed, prior to planting.
Equine Session of the Mid-Atlantic Nutrition Conference is part of a two-day conference held March 24th and 25th featuring nutrition related talks on equine, poultry, and dairy.
Webinar series starts on February 23.
Penn State Scout School and Diagnostic Clinic Dates Set for 2015.
One, if not the biggest time for cut-flowers is approaching quickly- Valentine’s Day...