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Heat Treatments to Control Soil-Borne Pests
Heat Treatments to Control Soil-Borne Pests - Articles Articles
The objective of heat treatment of soil is to reduce the numbers of weeds, insects, and disease-causing organisms in the soil. More
Triticale cover crop.
Herbicide Considerations for Cover and Forage Crops - Articles Articles
Learn about carryover concerns for seeding cover crops after in-season corn and soybean herbicide applications. More
The Penn State Agronomy Guide
The Penn State Agronomy Guide - Guides and Publications Guides and Publications

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Comprehensive information on crop, soil, and pest management for farms of all sizes. More
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Assess Your Wheat for Scab - Articles Articles

Assess Your Wheat for Scab

Alyssa Collins, Ph.D.

Critical juncture to scout, assess and react, if necessary, to reduce any potential for vomitoxins this year. More
Evaluating Your Wheat Crop for Disease
Evaluating Your Wheat Crop for Disease - Articles Articles
It’s time to check your wheat crop to gain an idea of what kind of quality you can expect at harvest. More
How to Decide About Fungicides How to Decide About Fungicides - Articles

How to Decide About Fungicides

Alyssa Collins, Ph.D.

Deciding on the use of fungicides to combat foliar diseases requires a logical progression of judgments and decisions. More
Start Clean and Stack the Deck Against Cereal Killers
Start Clean and Stack the Deck Against Cereal Killers - Articles Articles
Take actions now that will enhance your winter small grains health this fall and into the next year. More
Barley Yellow Dwarf
Barley Yellow Dwarf - Articles Articles

Barley Yellow Dwarf

Alyssa Collins, Ph.D.

Barley yellow dwarf is one of the most widely distributed and destructive viral diseases of small grains. More
Vomitoxin Levels and Testing in Wheat
Vomitoxin Levels and Testing in Wheat - Articles Articles
Test your wheat for vomitoxin contamination to determine potential issues and quality. More
Considerations for Double-cropping Corn Following Hay in Pennsylvania
Considerations for Double-cropping Corn Following Hay in Pennsylvania - Articles Articles

Considerations for Double-cropping Corn Following Hay in Pennsylvania

Gregory W. Roth, Ph.D., Dennis Calvin, Jayson K. Harper, Ph.D., William S. Curran, Ph.D.

Learn the advantages and disadvantages of double-cropping corn following hay and to provide some recommendations for improving the success rate of the practice. 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
Whats Eating my Corn?
Whats Eating my Corn? - Articles Articles
When we visited the plot in mid May to evaluate emergence, we noticed that in the very first plot a large patch had been destroyed by a bird or animal. 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
Alfalfa Weevil
Alfalfa Weevil - Articles Articles
Alfalfa weevil is one of the two most-damaging insect pests of alfalfa in Pennsylvania (the other is potato leafhopper) More
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