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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
Codling moth monitoring trap. Photo: Greg Krawczyk, Penn State
Insect Bytes: Pest Management Update for Mid-June, 2018 - News News
First-generation flights of codling moth, tufted apple bud moth, and obliquebanded leafroller continue, second-generation Oriental fruit moth about to start, monitor for leafhoppers, woolly apple aphids, San Jose scales, and European red mites. More
Penn State Extension
NIH Grant to Study Fracking Particles Affect Cardiovascular Health - News News
West Virginia University professor to research if particulate matter emissions at hydraulic fracturing sites affects health differently than typical urban airborne particles. More
Casey Guindon, PSU
Introducing a New Field and Forage Crops Educator in Bradford County - News News
Casey Guindon recently joined Penn State Extension’s Field and Forage Crop Team and is based in Bradford County, Pennsylvania. More
Proper pond management can ensure an aesthetically pleasing pond that provides great fishing, swimming and other recreational uses (photo B. Swistock).
New LearnNow Video Discusses Tips for a Healthier Pond - News News
There are thousands of earthen ponds and lakes across Pennsylvania that provide many benefits to homeowners and farmers, but they have their share of problems. More
Graduates of the Master Watershed Steward Trainee program in Lehigh/Northampton Counties
Lehigh/Northampton Master Watershed Steward Trainees Complete Instruction - News News
The group's training included classroom sessions on water quality, geology, native plants, phenology and more. More
Water samples from workshop participants were incubated to determine the presence of Coliform bacteria.
Butler County Water Clinic Offers On-Site Testing to Participants - News News
A drinking water clinic was held in Butler County on May 15, where on-site water tests were performed to give participants an idea of their home water quality. More
Figure 1. Delicious fruit size on June 4, 2018 at Rock Springs, PA. Photo: Rob Crassweller, Penn State
Last Carbohydrate Model Run for 2018 - News News
As of June 11, 2018, most areas of the state are now at or beyond 30 days after reported full bloom. More
Delaware.gov
Report Provides Commercial Economic Viability of Pulling CO2 Out of Air - News News
Peer-reviewed study outlines the complete engineering process and cost breakdown for large-scale plant More
Courtesy Penn State Extension
New Natural Gas Permit to Reduce Methane Emissions in Pennsylvania - News News
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection finalized permits for new gas wells and processing facilities to go into effect August. More
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Study Reveals Deep Faults Possible Source of Increased Seismic Activity - News News
New magnetic field maps show linear features that suggest ancient faults in vicinity of recent earthquake activity. More
Photo credit: Jeff Graybill
Farming for Success 2018 Field Day: Final Reminder - News News
This year’s Farming for Success on June 21st has sessions on farm economics as well as many production agriculture tour stops and exciting speakers. More
Image shows ALS inhibitor injury from a PRE application to corn. The corn is stunted, chlorotic and may show intervenal chlorosis. (Penn State Extension)
Wet Weather and Herbicide Injury in Corn Fields - News News
Wet weather and poor growing conditions might be to blame for certain herbicide injury in corn. More
Soybean field. Photo credit: Penn State Extension
Register for Penn State Extension Agronomic Field Diagnostic Clinic - News News
Register now for the upcoming Agronomic Field Diagnostic Clinic More
Figure 1. A corn plant near Christiana, PA, recently cut by a black cutworm caterpillar (image by Tracy Neff, Kings Agriseed)
Pests to Keep in Mind in the First Week of June - News News
Insect pests are active in each of our major crop species; here we touch upon four major pests to understand local populations. More
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