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Bags of seed corn. Photo credit: Dwane Miller.
Should I Pull the Trigger and Switch Corn Hybrid Maturities? - News News
Corn planting is lagging behind, but favorable weather should allow for planting to continue. Should you stick to your original hybrids, or switch out to shorter season corn? More
Large hay reserves in barn. Photo credit: Dwane Miller.
Are You Selling Hay Instead of Marketing Hay? - News News
In order to obtain a higher price for your hay, you may need to think “marketing” instead of “selling”. More
An example of a quad plate demonstrating growth from a quarter sample of a cow with a high SCC. (photo by Ginger Fenton, 2015)
Using On-farm Culturing for More Than Mastitis - News News
New ways to incorporate on-farm culturing in herd health routines. More
Take Time to Calibrate Your Grain Drill
Take Time to Calibrate Your Grain Drill - News News
Do you really know your seeding rate? Before you hit the field to plant soybeans, make sure your drill is calibrated. More
Photo: Bryan Swistock, Penn State Univrsity
Drought Happens - Are You Ready? - News News
Drought is a regular occurrence somewhere in the United States, even here in Pennsylvania. More
Speed Up Hay Drying Time with Properly Adjusted Conditioning Rolls
Speed Up Hay Drying Time with Properly Adjusted Conditioning Rolls - News News
Before you get to the field to cut hay, learn how to properly adjust your conditioning rolls for optimum performance. More
Pitless Adaptor. Photo: Bryan Swistock, Penn State University
Drilling a New or Replacement Well - News News
Anyone installing a new well—or replacing an inadequate old system needs to plan carefully to ensure an adequate supply of good-quality water. More
Photo: Bryan Swistock, Penn State University
Private Water System Education Workshop Held in York County - News News
One third of York County households are served by private water and septic. Home Water and Septic System Workshops help homeowners maintain these systems. More
Photo: Mark Madden, Penn State Extension
Wellhead Protection – the Area Around the Well Counts! - News News
Inspecting the wellhead (above ground portion of the well) every year helps a well owner discover potential issues before they become expensive problems. More
My Pesticide Applicator’s License Expired. Now What? My Pesticide Applicator’s License Expired. Now What? - News
Are you a private pesticide applicator who’s license expired on March 31st without the needed credits? Don’t give up, there’s still hope! More
Sanitary well cap photo: Bryan Swistock, Penn State
Spring is a Good Time to Think about Water Well Maintenance - News News
Your well requires regular maintenance, just like any other system in your home. Regular inspection and some simple steps will help safeguard your water supply. More
Hydrilla plant close-up. Photo:Leslie J. Mehrhoff, University of Connecticut, Bugwood.org
Focus on Aquatic Invasive Species: Hydrilla - News News
Hydrilla is a submerged aquatic weed of concern in Pennsylvania. More
Focus on Aquatic Invasive Species – What are Asian Carp? Focus on Aquatic Invasive Species – What are Asian Carp? - News
Asian carp is a catchall name for four species of carp, silver, bighead, grass, and black carp from Southeast Asia that are now threatening the Great Lakes. More
How to Look Up Your Pesticide Applicator Recertification Credits How to Look Up Your Pesticide Applicator Recertification Credits - News
Is your pesticide license due to expire? Are you wondering how many points you need before March 31st? Are you scrambling to look for upcoming meetings? Here’s a simple way to check. More
Melting snow with deicing salt. Photo: V Jedlicka, Nebraska Extension
Watershed-friendly Deicing - News News

Watershed-friendly Deicing

01/30/2017

Did you know that runoff containing de-icing chemicals can damage our rivers and streams? More