Pests and Diseases

Recommendations for managing weeds, insect pests and diseases in cover crops such as barley and wheat. Tips on deer control options and dealing with toxic plants such as pokeweed.

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Penn State Extension Meeting by Nicole Santangelo, PSU
Crops Conferences Set to Kick Off on January 18 - News News
Take time this winter to attend one of Penn State Extension’s Crop Conferences and visit with other farmers and Ag industry professionals. More
Photo Caption: Nozzles, Nicole Santangelo, PSU
What’s New in Weed Control 2018: Label Updates - Articles Articles
Learn new product labels and label updates for the 2018 season. More
Palmer Noxious Weed by PSU
Noxious Weed Act Signed Into Law on October 30, 2017 - Articles Articles
The new Pennsylvania Controlled Plant and Noxious Weed Act will help protect your farm or property from some newer invasive noxious weeds. More
Photo Caption: Deer in Winter, Andrew Frankenfield, Penn State
Deer Control Options for Farmers and Landowners - Articles Articles
Crop damage caused by deer is a reoccurring theme for farmers. Learn about the management options available to control deer populations. More
Pennsylvania Certified Crop Adviser Study Guide
Pennsylvania Certified Crop Adviser Study Guide - Online Courses Online Courses
$49.00
Study soil and water, and crop, pest, and nutrient management, the agronomy areas you are required to know for the Pennsylvania Certified Crop Adviser exam. More
Major Insect Pests of Red Clover in Pennsylvania
Major Insect Pests of Red Clover in Pennsylvania - Articles Articles
Two insect pests, the clover root curculio and the clover root borer, are partially responsible for the reduction or elimination of red clover stands. More
Pokeweed
Pokeweed - Videos Videos

Pokeweed

Dwight Lingenfelter

This video discusses Pokeweed biology and management in field crops. More
Clemson University - USDA Cooperative Extension Slide Series, Bugwood.org
Angoumois Grain Moth - Articles Articles
The angoumois grain moth, Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier), is occasionally found in Pennsylvania feeding on corn stored on the ear. More
Insect-Parasitic Nematodes for the Management of Soil-Dwelling Insects Insect-Parasitic Nematodes for the Management of Soil-Dwelling Insects - Articles
Taking advantage of the natural enemies of insects to help manage insect pests. More
Planting Green – A New Cover Crop Management Technique
Planting Green – A New Cover Crop Management Technique - Articles Articles
Learn how this no-till farming practice can turn primary crops like corn and soybeans into cover crops, and improve soil conservation and pest management. More
Don Ferrin, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Bugwood.org
Bacterial Wilt - Ralstonia solanacearum - Articles Articles
Bacteria called Ralstonia solanacearum attack almost 200 plant species in 33 different plant families. This constitutes one of the largest known host ranges for any plant pathogenic bacterium. More
Florida Division of Plant Industry , Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Bugwood.org
Cereal Rust Mite - Articles Articles
How to scout and manage cereal rust mite. More
Dwarf BMR Forage Sorghum, Annual ryegrass, Crimson Clover and Radishes seeded late July 2013 after Sweet corn. Mixture was green chopped for cattle feed in September. Remaining annual ryegrass and crimson clover over wintered and was burned down in April.
What Cover Crop Should I Plant? - Articles Articles

What Cover Crop Should I Plant?

Andrew Frankenfield

Keep your goals in mind when selecting cover crops and cover crop mixtures. More
Harlequin Bug Russ Ottens University of Georgia
Harlequin Bugs – A Growing Problem in Pennsylvania? - Articles Articles
The harlequin bug is an important insect pest of cabbage and related crops in the southern half of the United States. Recently it has been reported more frequently in southeastern Pennsylvania. More
Reducing Soil Borne Diseases with Cover Crops
Reducing Soil Borne Diseases with Cover Crops - Articles Articles
Soil-borne diseases can be devastating to vegetable crops. More
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