Review of the 2012 grain marketing season, and some advice as we move into 2013.
As we move into the growing season, pay close attention to any abnormal pigweed species, because Palmer amaranth may be closer than you think. (Article by Christy Sprague, Weed Extension Specialist, Michigan State University with opening remarks by Bill Curran)
Here are some practical tips when looking to manage pastures this spring.
Glory Herbicide has now received a special local need label for winter wheat and barley in Pennsylvania.
Some important deadlines are approaching for crop insurance, as well as some new special provisions.
Here’s information on how to obtain the PSU Agronomy Guide online, both in HTML version, and now available in PDF format.
This month's highlight is... How to Manage Children's Mistakes to Nurture Stick-to-itiveness and Other 21st Century Skills
New Competency Standards books. Get information about the CDA program. CouncilLink Special CDA 2.0 Updates Edition
This month's focus is on... Air Quality. Penn State's Better Kid Care and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Programs are teaming up to bring you "Go Green for Kids," a monthly tip to help you provide a healthier and safer environment for the children in your care.
I CAN SEE MYSELF! Reflecting the Military Side of Young Children from Military Families. Each month, Support for Military-Connected Families features research-based information to support and increase the quality of caring for children from military-connected families.
Red maple is an adaptable species, native from Quebec to Florida, and west to Texas. This medium-to-large tree is relatively fast growing, maturing from 40-70 feet tall. Its growth habit is pyramidal in youth, with the crown becoming rounded to oval with age.
Stay connected and current with updates, events, developments, and new resources in early care and education!
Yellow woodsorrel can be a problematic weeds in ornamental planting beds, and also in turf areas.
Preemerge herbicides reduce hand weeding and the need for post-emergence treatments.
Moss is one of the first plants to green-up in Pennsylvania lawns during early spring, and many homeowners consider it an annoying weed. This year, moss has made an early arrival, and homeowners are looking for answers on how to keep it from taking over their lawns.
I'm a native insect species.
Look out Rudbeckia, here I come!
A hands-on, inquiry based activity that helps older youth and adults learn about water quality issues surrounding small watersheds and the decision making processes that go into improving those water quality issues.
Penn State Extension Educator, Jim Clark, and the Cameron County Conservation District, recently obtained a $6,000 grant from the Headwaters RC&D Sinnemahoning Stakeholders Group. The grant will pay for water tests for 35 rural ponds located throughout the Sinnemahoning Watershed.
A review of the shale gas production in Pennsylvania