Field Crop News
Noticeably milder weather in the next week ahead, with some chances of organized precipitation highlight this week’s weather report.
Fall-planted small grains are slow to develop this spring. What are some possible implications?
Here are some tools you can use to make decisions on disease issues during this growing season.
With the warmer weather, cover crops are beginning to gain some steam. Take a virtual tour of some cover crops.
Before spraying your crop, consider these 10 pointers to help reduce particle spray drift.
Here’s an update to some of the early season insect issues we are seeing across the state.
Learn about the benefits and some equipment and crop management considerations of this new no-till technique.
Managing where and when livestock graze could improve land and pasture conditions, enhance livestock production, and encourage an increase in forage utilization.
Ensure you have the proper forms on file at your local FSA office by June 1st.
Mark your calendars and register now for the Farming for Success Field Day, which will be held on Thursday, June 25, 2015.
April, thus far, has been relatively wet and mild across the western half of the state while much of eastern PA has been drier than average with temperatures near to slightly below normal.
The 2015 Manure Expo is coming to Chambersburg, PA, on July 14-15.
Now that the snow is finally gone it is time to evaluate your cover crop stands.
Alfalfa weevil is just becoming active in the southern tier of counties.
Maintaining potash at optimum levels and pH above 6.5 is essential for high alfalfa production.
Here is a recap of what you should be considering for marestail control this spring in soybean.
Most cover crops are fairly easy to control in a burndown program as long as you pay attention to detail.
Temperature rollercoaster this week with showers.