Field Crop News
The bout of wintry weather will persist for at least the next week or longer. While no significant snow or ice is expected before Sunday, readings will stay well below seasonal levels into the weekend.
Penn State Extension Educators are helping dairy and crop farmers calculate and monitor their own actual costs to produce corn and haylage crops
Let’s consider once more what revenue level is desired for our farm while we do have a few minutes before spring rush
The last half of March and first half of April are the months to control weeds in winter wheat
As warmer weather approaches, start thinking about controlling winter annual weeds (especially common chickweed) in alfalfa
Zidua and Fierce herbicides are now labeled for use in soybean
Join one of the many Penn State cover crop walks that will take place during the month of April across the state
Penn State Extension: Crop Management Team is proud to announce that we will again be hosting an Agronomy Scout School on Saturday, March 30, 2013 at Penn State-University Park Campus
Dates have been set for the annual Penn State Agronomic Field Diagnostic Clinic.
Don’t put your snow shovels away yet; winter weather is still in the forecast across the Commonwealth.
Do you use a smartphone or tablet in your job? Learn about some helpful apps to make your life as an agronomist easier.
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.
Cover crop walks are planned at 10 locations this spring across 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.
Looking for credits in fumigation? Plan to attend our meeting on March 21
Entry-level scouts are encouraged to participate in this day-long workshop, giving them skills they can use in the field.