Farm emergency training provided by Penn State Extension is credited with saving a Pennsylvania farmer's life.
There is a growing interest from business to encourage leadership skills, develop leadership abilities, and build leadership knowledge.
Vegetable production is becoming big business in Pennsylvania and the numbers seem to back it up.
This Penn State Extension publication, in Spanish and English, is designed for use by orchard employees - often the first individuals to detect a new occurrence of a fruit disease or insect pest.
Managing weeds is one of the most challenging aspects of growing fruits and vegetables for commercial sale.
As a leader in agricultural safety and health, we can’t imagine anyone is more widely respected and deserving of this award than Dr. Dennis Murphy." By Barbara C. Lee PhD, Senior Associate Editor
Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences has been awarded funding for programs to help prevent serious injuries and to provide assistance to those farming with disabilities.
Serap Gorucu, researcher at PSU, recently discussed youth ag safety at the “Technology-based Distractions in Farming Youth” seminar December 6 at Marshfield Clinic Research Institute.
Agricultural plastics generated on a farm or business are a form of residual waste, as defined in the Pennsylvania Code, Title 25, Section 287.1.
Michael Pate has been appointed Nationwide Insurance Associate Professor of Agricultural Safety and Health in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.
An on-line training video developed by Penn State describes best practices for ensuring optimum fruit quality when harvesting apples.
Cumberland Valley, Central Columbia, and Columbia-Montour A.V.T.S. are winners in the Bridging Horizons Contest which promote success for farmers and their families with disabilities.
AgrAbility PA joined the National AgrAbility Project for a day of informing legislators, staffers, and legislative aides about the important and necessary role of assistive technology.
AgrAbility PA's inaugural Bridging Horizons Contest concluded this spring with two winners!
Every three days, a child dies in an agriculture-related incident
PSU students in ag fraternities, a sorority and several clubs held a “Penny War” and spaghetti dinner at University Park which raised nearly $1,000 for a Pennsylvania farmer with a disability.
Biological Engineering and BioRenewable Systems students from the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering benefit from tour.
Starting up a new vegetable farm requires a lot of planning.