A demonstration plot was planted to compare various starter fertilizers on the market.
A field day was held earlier this spring to discuss cover crop mixtures for Western Pennsylvania.
The 2013 Horse Camp Counselors are getting ready for the Multi County 4-H Horse Camp.
The counselors for the 2013 Multi-County 4-H Horse Camp are getting ready.
Despite anticipated thundershowers with an advancing cold front later this week, most sections are likely to have an increase in their rainfall deficit by this time next week.
Here is an update to last week’s freeze damage article on barley and wheat.
Significant flights continue for the black cutworm moth, and attention should be given to the cereal leaf beetle. Meanwhile, alfalfa weevil is beginning to pupate in Southeast PA.
Not sure which adjuvant to use? Reading the herbicide label may provide some clues.
Below are tables on four sites for the Cornell Carbohydrate model for apple thinning. Please note that values for May 21 and beyond are estimated forecasts.
One of the greatest challenges for sheep and goat producers is preventing and controlling internal parasites in their animals. This workshop will start with the basics of understanding parasite life cycles and then give tips on how to better manage sheep and goats to prevent internal parasite infections.
Not just another garden tour, Gardening with Native Plants – The Tour is a great opportunity to learn how to make your yard more environmentally friendly. Sponsored by Penn State Extension and Mid-Atlantic Ecological Landscapes (MAEscapes) five homeowners in York County will open their properties on Saturday, June 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and show you how they are using native plants to conserve water, reduce pesticide and fertilizer use and create habitat for wildlife.
Too often, we tend to accept bylaws as the creation of some higher, and perhaps wiser, authority. Times change and maybe your rules of procedure should too.
Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences recently hosted the 2013 Pennsylvania Groundwater Symposium on May 8, 2013. The symposium was held during National Drinking Water Week in recognition of the importance of groundwater to both public and private drinking water supplies across Pennsylvania.
July 24, 2013 - Beaver Community Fairgrounds, Beaver Springs, PA
Shale production reports for wells producing in Ohio in 2012 were released by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources on May 17th
College students are returning home for the summer...
The name geranium brings to mind several things...
Fire blight infection conditions forecasted for May 17 - 22 are high. Infection periods for apple scab, fire blight, cedar apple rust, and powdery mildew are being posted.