This guide is organized into two sections: Part 1: Crop and Soil Management and Part 2: Pest Management (including recommendations for managing pests in corn, grain sorghum, soybeans, small grains, and forages).
This publication is intended to help commercial vegetable growers make informed managerial decisions.
Topics discussed include choosing the right forestry herbicide and application method; forestry herbicide toxicity; forestry herbicide application talking points; silvicultural objectives and chemical control methods for forestry; herbicides commonly used in forestry; and trees, shrubs, vines, and ferns controlled by commonly used forestry herbicides registered for use in Pennsylvania.
This publication covers weed ecology and biology, weed management techniques, herbicides and their modes of action, herbicide resistance in weeds, safe herbicide use, and more.
This publication will help pond and lake owners understand the benefits of aquatic plants, how to identify them, what causes them to grow, and various strategies to control unwanted plant and algae growth.
This publication was done in cooperation with several universities and provides general information on preplant considerations, soil management and nutrition, and pest management, as well as specific information for planting strawberries, blueberries, brambles, gooseberries, and currants.
This production guide provides information on fruit culture; orchard nutrition; spraying; pesticides; storage of tree fruit crops; and control of weeds, insects, diseases (including sharka, or plum pox virus), and mice.
This publication has three major topic areas: insects and mites; diseases; and pesticide safety.