Be prepared by knowing the law.
Consider adding clover to your cover crop this spring.
Is your equipment ready for planting? Follow this checklist.
The new 2013-2014 edition of the Penn State Agronomy Guide is now available for purchase.
Searching for classes & checking your pesticide credits online.
Updated 101+ Snack Ideas. Better Kid Care has developed an extensive collection of research-to-practice articles, resources pages, and publications for practitioners and families that you can use to build your program, expand staff development, implement curriculum, understand children's development, and support families.
Penn State Extension is hosting a series of webinars during the winter of 2013 to focus on cover crop innovations.
As anticipated, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett today (Feb. 5) presented his 2013-14 budget, which included level funding of a little more than $214 million for Penn State's annual state appropriation. Also contained in his budget proposal is level funding at nearly $13.6 million for Penn College and $44.7 million for Agricultural Research and Extension. "In this difficult budget environment, the governor's offer of level funding is a clear sign that higher education is critical for Pennsylvania's economic recovery and for our next generation of workers. The governor's budget proposal is the beginning of a long process of legislative review and we are pleased that he has recommended no cuts in our appropriation this year," said Penn State President Rodney Erickson.
Pest Prevention Using IPM. 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.
Supporting providers. 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.
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The Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention is held annually in Hershey, PA. This short review covers the enology-based lectures of the wine grape meetings for the 2013 year.
I love hawthorns! Who am I?
This is the first in a series of articles discussing the Dynamic Plant Nutrition System. The goal of this series is to give a practical, working knowledge of the science of plant nutrition in substrates.
For growers in the mid-Atlantic states, GMO vegetable varieties are no longer future products in the pipeline. GMOs such as B.t. sweet corn and virus resistant summer squash are here now, and more varieties are coming soon. Growers need to understand what GMOs (genetically modified organisms) are, and how their customers and others may perceive them, in order to make informed decisions about whether or not to grow them, and how to talk to their customers about them.
Paperbark maple is an ideal specimen tree, and is well suited for use in small yards. It can be grown at the edge of the woods, or possibly planted in small groves or allées.
This brief review discusses the context of the 2013 Level 1 workshop held in January 2013. Several benefits of the program are also discussed including where to find additional information on the WQI programs.
The County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania sets a priority for a number of shale gas impacts.
It is hard to believe that I am a senior in high school, and in just five months, I will be sitting at my graduation. As I look back on all the things I did during my years at Salisbury Township School District, I especially think about my role as a youth member of the PROSPER team and my participation in PROSPER programs.