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Extension Educator, Susan Boser presents information on watersheds and land use to 5th grade science students at Winchester Thurston School
Extension Provides Hands-on Pond Education to 5th Grade Science Classes - News News
Students from Winchester Thurston School are learning how to help their school pond. More
Photo: Susan Boser, Penn State University
Choosing an Aquatic Herbicide: One Size Doesn’t Fit All - News News
During the warm weather months, Extension Educators help identify nuisance pond plants and offer advice on eliminating them from the pond. More
Spotted wing drosophila male under a berry. Photo: K. Demchak
Spotted Wing Drosophila Season Is Early This Year - News News
Given the mild winter and earliness of berry crops this year, it’s not a big surprise that spotted wing drosophila presence is early, too. More
Photo: Susan Boser, Penn State Extension
Water and Forest Ecology at “The Woods in Your Backyard” Workshop - News News
Of course trees need water to grow, but woods are equally important to the health of local waterways. More
New cane poking through bag. Photo: Kathy Demchak
High Tunnel Raspberries in Grow Bags – Lessons Learned! - News News
An update to last Fall’s article on growing berries in grow bags is sorely needed, just to keep other people from repeating some of our less-than-enjoyable experiences. More
Photo: Susan Boser, Penn State Extension
Water Testing Engages Junior High Science Classes - News News
What differences are there between water sources? Just because water looks clear, does that make it safe to drink? What are total dissolved solids? More
The Mid-Atlantic Berry Guide for Commercial Growers
The Mid-Atlantic Berry Guide for Commercial Growers - Guides and Publications Guides and Publications
$25.00
Get the fundamentals of growing berries on a large scale. More
Photo: K. Demchak, Penn State
Spotted Wing Drosophila Update - News News

Spotted Wing Drosophila Update

07/05/2012

Clouds of spotted wing drosophila are still around our raspberries, and it’s apparent this pest is going to be a challenge every year for the foreseeable future. More