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Everybody Walk Across PA Program Information 2019
Everybody Walk Across PA Program Information 2019 - Articles Articles
Join Penn State Extension in a free virtual walking program exploring the Natural Wonders of Pennsylvania. Walking will be reported April 1 - May 26. More
Thistle following treatment with clopyralid.
Orchard Weed Control - Clopyralid - Articles Articles
Clopyralid is a selective, post-emergence herbicide that has been labeled in stone fruits for many years. More
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Active Living for You and Your Community - Articles Articles
Active Living is a lifestyle where people are more active because walking is a way of life and a way to get to shopping, restaurants and community events. More
Biosecurity Risk Assessment: Johne's Disease Biosecurity Risk Assessment: Johne's Disease - Articles

Biosecurity Risk Assessment: Johne's Disease

Ernest Hovingh, DVM, PhD, David R. Wolfgang, VMD, MPH DABVP-Dairy

A checklist to determine the risk of various factors for Johne's Disease in dairy herds. More
Note: everyone is wearing protective booties in an effort to minimize biosecurity risk
Biosecurity Risk Assessment: Livestock Exhibitions - Articles Articles

Biosecurity Risk Assessment: Livestock Exhibitions

Ernest Hovingh, DVM, PhD, David R. Wolfgang, VMD, MPH DABVP-Dairy

A checklist to determine the biosecurity risk at Livestock Exhibitions. More
Compost pile. Photo by Craig Williams
Composting Animal Mortalities - Articles Articles

Composting Animal Mortalities

David R. Wolfgang, VMD, MPH DABVP-Dairy

Despite the best intentions and care in animal agricultural facilities there are occasional animal mortalities. More
Cold Soup for Hot Summer Days
Cold Soup for Hot Summer Days - Articles Articles
There is so much to love about a bowl of hot soup on a cold day. While cooking, it warms our home and creates an inviting aroma, welcoming us inside from the outdoor weather. More
Malting Barley in Pennsylvania
Malting Barley in Pennsylvania - Articles Articles

Malting Barley in Pennsylvania

Alyssa Collins, Ph.D., Austin Kirt, Gregory W. Roth, Ph.D.

Demand for locally sourced malted barley, for local craft beer, has led to the development of malt houses in PA and other states in our region. More
Source: OIE World Animal Health Information System adapted by FAO EMPRES-i. Number of bovine TB cases reported by country in 2011.
Tuberculosis in Cattle - It's Not Totally Gone - Articles Articles

Tuberculosis in Cattle - It's Not Totally Gone

David R. Wolfgang, VMD, MPH DABVP-Dairy

Bovine tuberculosis is still found worldwide, even though many countries have greatly reduced or even eliminated the disease from their cattle herds. More
What about Vitamin B12
What about Vitamin B12 - Articles Articles

What about Vitamin B12

Karen Bracey

Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps keep the body's nerve and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA, the genetic material in all cells. More
Prévention et Contrôle des Problèmes d’aplombs Chez les Vaches Laitières
Prévention et Contrôle des Problèmes d’aplombs Chez les Vaches Laitières - Articles Articles

Prévention et Contrôle des Problèmes d’aplombs Chez les Vaches Laitières

Virginia A. Ishler, David R. Wolfgang, VMD, MPH DABVP-Dairy, Dave Griswold, Bruno Martin

La santé des aplombs et les boiteries sont des soucis majeurs auxquels les producteurs de lait font face à cause de leur apparition fréquente et des pertes économiques énormes engendrées. More
Rob the Bank
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Rob the Bank

Scott Guiser

Weed seed-bank, that is. Right now, across Pennsylvania, huge deposits of weed seed are being accepted by soil. Stop it now and this will pay dividends later. More
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Benefits of Walking - Articles Articles

Benefits of Walking

Karen Bracey, Lynn James, MS, RDN, LDN

Walking is a simple, easy, and inexpensive fitness program. Walking can be as easy as a stroll in the park, or it can be as intense as a vigorous hike. More
What Killed this Tree? Site-Related Problems in the Landscape
What Killed this Tree? Site-Related Problems in the Landscape - Articles Articles
This article provides some questions to ask yourself when diagnosing plant problems in the landscape. More
Trees, Shrubs, and Groundcovers Tolerant of Wet Sites
Trees, Shrubs, and Groundcovers Tolerant of Wet Sites - Articles Articles

Trees, Shrubs, and Groundcovers Tolerant of Wet Sites

Jim Sellmer, Ph.D., J. Robert Nuss, Scott Guiser

Very few plants will grow when soil is constantly saturated; however, some trees, shrubs, and ground covers are more tolerant of wet sites than others. More
Trees, Shrubs, and Groundcovers Tolerant of Dry Sites
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Trees, Shrubs, and Groundcovers Tolerant of Dry Sites

Jim Sellmer, Ph.D., J. Robert Nuss, Scott Guiser

Dry soil can exist when there is simply not enough water to supply plant roots in a growing area. More
Shade Tolerant Trees, Shrubs, and Groundcovers
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Shade Tolerant Trees, Shrubs, and Groundcovers

Jim Sellmer, Ph.D., Scott Guiser

Most plants grow best in full sunlight and all plants need some light to survive. More
Don't Guess... Soil Test
Don't Guess... Soil Test - Articles Articles

Don't Guess... Soil Test

Scott Guiser

Proper soil fertility is the foundation for plant health. Different types of plants have specific nutritional requirements and soil pH and nutrient levels vary greatly from site to site. More