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Pennsylvania Hay Show judge, Les Vough, places the Section I Grand Champion ribbon on the winning hay sample. Photo: Jessica Williamson, Penn State Extension
2018 Pennsylvania Hay Show Recap and Results - News News
The 2018 Pennsylvania Hay Show was held at Ag Progress Days and sponsored by the Pennsylvania Forage and Grassland Council. More
This year precautions may need to be taken when harvesting corn silage that is too dry. (Source: Penn State Extension)
Harvesting Corn Silage at the Incorrect Moisture - News News
When corn silage fields dry too quickly there are a few strategies for ensuring proper ensiling of your forage. More
Photo: Tom Ford, Penn State
High Tunnel Soil Test Report: Organic Matter and Cation Exchange Capacity - News News
Cation Exchange Capacity or CEC is a measure of the ability of a soil to hold cations or elements with positive charges. More
Ensuring Quality Silage After Excessive Rains and Flooding
Ensuring Quality Silage After Excessive Rains and Flooding - News News
Large amounts of precipitation and flooding occurred throughout Pennsylvania this summer, and harvesting quality corn silage could be of concern. More
Un túnel alto donde el agricultor está utilizando un sistema de tierra para macetas para cultivar cultivos. Foto: Tom Ford, Extensión de Penn State
Informe de Prueba del Suelo del Túnel Alto: Niveles de Sales Solubles - News News
Continuamos nuestra serie donde hemos estado examinando informes de prueba del suelo para los túneles altos. More
Corn earworm counts are rising throughout PA.
Vegetable - Small Fruit Production Issues: August 2, 2018 - News News
July started out dry and hot but transitioned quickly, with almost no warning, to very wet and hot. More
A high tunnel where the farmer is using a soilless media system to grow crops. Photo: Tom Ford, Penn State
High Tunnel Soil Test Report: Soluble Salts Levels - News News
Soluble salts commonly found in soils are calcium, magnesium, sodium, chloride, sulfate, and bicarbonate. Potassium, ammonium, nitrate, and carbonate are also found, but in smaller quantities. More
Japanese beetle on raspberries. Photo: Kathy Demchak, Penn State
Vegetable - Small Fruit Production Issues: July 12, 2018 - News News
Downy mildew was confirmed on cucumber in Mifflin County on July 11. Warmer weather throughout the state is helping crops along, but has also been good for insect pests. More
The potato leafhopper, Empoasca fabae, is a pest that is easy to overlook until the damage - called "hopperburn" - "burns" you. Photo: Penn State College of Agriculture
Vegetable - Small Fruit Current Issues: June 28 2018 - News News
Wet weather and variable temperatures across the state continue to be challenging for vegetable and berry production. More
Photo: Tom Ford, Extensión de Penn State
Informe de Prueba del Suelo del Túnel Alto: pH del Suelo - News News
pH del suelo en una encuesta de 27 túneles altos en Pennsylvania More
Photo: Tom Ford, Extensión de Penn State
Informe de prueba del suelo del túnel alto: Niveles de nutrientes del suelo - News News
Niveles de fósforo, potasio, magnesio y calcio en una encuesta de 27 túneles altos en Pennsylvania. More
High tunnel tomatoes. Photo: Tom Ford, Penn State
High Tunnel Soil Test Report: Soil Nutrient Levels - News News
Phosphorus (P), potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), and calcium (Ca) levels in a survey of 27 high tunnels across Pennsylvania. More
Black rot on cabbage, caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris. Note characteristic “V” shaped lesions starting at leaf margin. Photo: Lee Stivers, Penn State
Vegetable - Small Fruit Current Issues: Mid-June 2018 - News News
Cloudy weather, rainstorms, and variable temperatures across the state have slowed some crops and created very favorable conditions for disease development. More
Photo: Tom Ford, Penn State
High Tunnel Soil Test Report: Soil pH - News News
Soil pH in a Survey of 27 High Tunnels in Pennsylvania More
Pepper transplants. Photo: Tom Ford, Penn State
Vegetable - Small Fruit Current Issues: May 18, 2018 - News News
It’s no secret that this spring has been cold and wet across Pennsylvania. On many farms, planting has been delayed as much as three weeks, and many crops already in the ground are developing more slowly than usual. More
Ensuring optimum forage quality in both hay fields and pastures helps to ensure optimal animal performance. Photo by Jessica Williamson
Optimizing Spring Forage Quality - News News
Spring is a challenging time of year when it comes to cool-season perennial forage management. Keeping an eye on forage stage of production can help to ensure optimum forage quality. More
Is boron deficiency the cause of this internal browning discoloration in celeriac? Photo: Jennifer Glenister
Celeriac Production Issues In Pennsylvania - News News
In an effort to determine the size and scope of celeriac production issues in Pennsylvania, I need your assistance. More
An African Marigold being grown at the proper pH. Photo: Tom Ford, Penn State
Milk is Not a Substitute for Flowable Lime Rescue Treatments - News News
Low media pH has been known to increase the risk of iron and manganese toxicity in some horticultural crops like geraniums and African marigolds. More
High tunnel tomatoes. Photo: Tom Ford, Penn State
High Tunnel Study: Growers Unaware of Water Quality Issues - News News
An ongoing project funded by the Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers' Association looks at cropping and nutrient management issues in high tunnels. More
Looking Back at Xtend Soybean and Changes for 2018
Looking Back at Xtend Soybean and Changes for 2018 - News News
Dicamba use in Xtend soybean will require special applicator training and additional use restrictions for 2018. More
Invasive Forest Plants of the Mid-Atlantic
Invasive Forest Plants of the Mid-Atlantic - Guides and Publications Guides and Publications

Invasive Forest Plants of the Mid-Atlantic

Allyson Brownlee Muth, Ed.D., Sky Templeton

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$10.00
Identify invasive grasses, herbs, shrubs, trees, and vines often found in your Pennsylvania forests and woodlots. More
Yellow Striped Armyworm is on the March
Yellow Striped Armyworm is on the March - News News
And heading to your tomato greenhouse or high tunnel! More
Photo credit: Jessica Williamson
Reducing the Risk of Prussic Acid Poisoning - News News
After the first frost, it is imperative that producers manage the grazing of summer annuals correctly to prevent prussic acid poisoning in livestock. More
Grazing Corn Residue Grazing Corn Residue - News

Grazing Corn Residue

10/11/2017

Corn stover is often used as ground cover baled for bedding for the winter season, but it can also be utilized as a forage in some situations where feed supplies are limited. More
Photo credit: Jessica Williamson
Extending the Grazing Season Using Brassicas - News News
Brassicas can be an excellent alternative to perennial pastures and a good option available to extend the grazing season longer into the fall. More
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