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Downed cherry tree in pasture. Note nearly all cherry leaves stripped from the tree by cattle. Photo credit – Del Voight, Penn State Extension
Cyanide Poisoning of Livestock from Cherry Tree Leaves - Articles Articles
Take time to examine the woodlines along your pastures. If they contain cherry trees, you risk losing livestock to cyanide poisoning. More
New growth on alfalfa. Credit: Creative Commons CC0; Pixabay.com
Cutting Height in Hay Fields: How Low Can You Go? - Articles Articles
As you head out to cut hay this spring, take time to examine your cutting height. How does your height match up with the following recommendations? More
Checking soybean spacing and depth. Photo credit: United Soybean Board.
Keep an Eye on Planting Depth in Corn and Soybeans - Articles Articles
Many planters will be in the fields this week. Take time to get off the tractor and check your seeding depth. More
New growth on alfalfa. Photo credit: Creative Commons CC0; Pixabay.com
Assessing Your Alfalfa Stand this Spring - Articles Articles
As alfalfa breaks dormancy this spring, take time to evaluate the condition of your stand. Is it good enough to keep? More
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Questions About Your Pesticide Points? - Articles Articles
Is your pesticide license due to expire on March 31? Not sure how many points you need? Do you need to find upcoming meetings? Here’s a simple way to check! More
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Frost Seeding Time is Here - Articles Articles
Are your pastures looking a little thin? Now is the time to consider frost seeding as an option to thicken forage stands. More
Frost Seeding of Pastures
Frost Seeding of Pastures - Articles Articles
Are your pastures looking a little thin? Read about frost seeding as an option to thicken forage stands. More
PROmoting School-community-university Partnerships to Enhance Resilience
PROmoting School-community-university Partnerships to Enhance Resilience - Articles Articles

PROmoting School-community-university Partnerships to Enhance Resilience

Daniel Francis Perkins, Ph.D., Janet Agnes Welsh, Ph.D., Claudia Mincemoyer, Ph.D.

This flyer describes the PROSPER program, which brings evidence-based prevention programs to schools and communities to strengthen families, build youth skills, and reduce problem behaviors in youth. More
Parents Making Youth Sports a Positive Experience: Spectators
Parents Making Youth Sports a Positive Experience: Spectators - Articles Articles
This publication is written to assist parents in fostering a positive climate that enables children and youth involved in sports to enjoy themselves and reach their full potential. More
Parents Making Youth Sports a Positive Experience: Role Models
Parents Making Youth Sports a Positive Experience: Role Models - Articles Articles
This is the first in a two-part series written to assist parents in fostering a positive climate that enables children and youth involved in sports to enjoy themselves and reach their full potential. More
Understanding Adolescence 3: The Tasks
Understanding Adolescence 3: The Tasks - Articles Articles

Understanding Adolescence 3: The Tasks

Daniel Francis Perkins, Ph.D.

Adolescents have one foot in childhood and one foot in adulthood. This publication, the third in a three-part series, explores the developmental tasks adolescents must accomplish as they mature. More
4-H Youth Development Programs Work in Pennsylvania 4-H Youth Development Programs Work in Pennsylvania - Articles

4-H Youth Development Programs Work in Pennsylvania

Daniel Francis Perkins, Ph.D., Claudia Mincemoyer, Ph.D.

By helping youth develop critical life skills, fostering citizenship, and promoting leadership. More
Understanding Adolescence 2: Searching for Themselves
Understanding Adolescence 2: Searching for Themselves - Articles Articles
This publication, the second in a three-part series, explores the major questions adolescents face as they search for themselves. More
Bullying: What Educators Can Do About It
Bullying: What Educators Can Do About It - Articles Articles

Bullying: What Educators Can Do About It

Daniel Francis Perkins, Ph.D.

The focus of this publication is bullying at school. This resource was developed for elementary school teachers, and includes activities and tips to prevent or stop bullying. More
Frost Seeding for Pasture Renovation
Frost Seeding for Pasture Renovation - Articles Articles
Frost Seeding for Pasture Renovation-If stands are thin, consider frost seeding as an option to thicken your pasture. More
Plan Cell Phone Usage with Your Teen
Plan Cell Phone Usage with Your Teen - Articles Articles

Plan Cell Phone Usage with Your Teen

Daniel Francis Perkins, Ph.D.

Many teens own cell phones. While they are convenient for parents to monitor and communicate with their youth, they require setting ground rules and clear expectations to avoid problematic situations. More
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Time to Check Your Poly Storage Tanks - Articles Articles
Many farms take advantage of using polyethylene (poly) tanks for transportation, storage and application of fertilizers and chemicals. More
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Disposing of Used Pesticide Containers - Articles Articles
Take time to dispose of used pesticide containers properly. More
Coaches Making Youth Sports a Positive Experience
Coaches Making Youth Sports a Positive Experience - Articles Articles

Coaches Making Youth Sports a Positive Experience

Daniel Francis Perkins, Ph.D.

The atmosphere set by organizations, parents, and coaches is a major factor in determining whether or not youth will have a positive experience in a sports program. More