IN THE JUNE ISSUE: Grafting Eggplant for Verticillium Resistance; Pennsylvania Vegetable Disease Alert; Spring Immigrant Insects 2012; Cucumber Beetle Control in Greenhouse and High Tunnels; Twilight Day-Neutral Strawberry Meeting in Southeastern Pennsylvania; Statewide Sweet Corn Cultivar Trial; Maintaining Drip Irrigation Systems; Upcoming Meetings
If you hadn't collected your soil samples last fall, which is the best time to do this, it is time to start thinking about soil sampling.
It may seem early, but now is the time to pick the tomato varieties you want to grow in your garden this summer, according to an expert in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.
The purpose of this website is to give commercial wine growers in Pennsylvania and the non-western wine states access to current and relevant viticulture news, information, and events that will enable them to grow high quality wine grapes.
Penn State Extension currently is implementing a plan to restructure how administrative support is provied to Extension educators and county offices.
A challenge now confronting dairy producers here in Pennsylvania is recent flooding conditions and its impact on forage quality and animal health.
Vinegar flies, sometimes inaccurately called fruit flies, are small flies found hovering around over-ripened bananas left out on the counter.
Health experts estimate that 1 in 6 Americans get sick from food contaminated with harmful germs each year.
Flooding has created an emergency situation in the Commonwealth as rivers reach record levels across eastern Pennsylvania. Below are links to web-based resources for residents dealing with flooding and flood damage.
Sustainable Ag at PSU is happy to announce a new issue of "PSU Organic Acres", a bi-annual newsletter highlighting the research and extension activities associated with their project "Weed Management, Environmental Quality and Profitability in Organic Feed and Forage Systems."