This new 240-page guide provides strategies and herbicide tables for managing weeds in corn, sorghum, soybeans, small grains, legumes, grass forages, and pastures. The problem weeds burcucumber, henbit, horsenettle, horseweed/marestail, Palmer amaranth and waterhemp, common pokeweed, common and giant ragweed, and annual/Italian ryegrasses are discussed in detail. This regional guide was Produced by Penn State Extension in cooperation with University of Delaware, University of Maryland, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia University.
This guide gives case studies of successful organic crop farmers in the Northeast, provides an introduction to the National Organic Program Standards, discusses maintaining organic integrity and how to budget for and market organic crops, and details organic farming practices.
Forage crops are very important to agriculture and the environment of the Northeast region. Knowing how to identify the common forage species in the region, the conditions to which they are adapted, and their basic management limitations is important. This full-color, 26-page booklet has all that information summarized to help you identify the species and know its limitations.
This production guide provides commercial fruit growers, extension educators, consultants, and others with information on fruit culture; orchard nutrition; spraying; pesticides; storage of tree fruit crops; and control of weeds, insects (including brown marmorated stink bug and spotted wing drosophila), diseases, and more.
A Guide for Growers in the Mid-Atlantic. Developed by PA IPM, this manual is designed to help vegetable growers manage insect pests using sound IPM principles.