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Don’t forget to give your weather station TLC this fall. Photo: K. Peter, Penn State
Weather Station Maintenance: End-of-Season Loose Ends - News News
Guidelines are described for properly maintaining one’s weather station post season in preparation for the 2018 season. More
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
Tips and tricks to mitigate 2018 disease problems this fall. Photo: K. Peter, Penn State.
Tree Fruit Disease Management: Final Touches on the 2017 Season - News News
Growers can get a jump on management for this fall to control fungal and bacterial disease in apples and stone fruit to mitigate problems in the 2018 season. 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
Hail damaged fruit need protection from fruit rots. Photo: T. Ford, Penn State
Managing Fruit Rots This Season - News News

Managing Fruit Rots This Season

07/28/2017

Management considerations are discussed for mitigating pome and stone fruit rots. Hail damaged fruit destined for juicing still need protection from rots. More
Postharvest fungicide sprays are necessary to prevent defoliation from cherry leaf spot. Photo: K. Peter, Penn State
Getting the Upper Hand on Tree Fruit Diseases in July - News News
Conditions may be optimal for several fungal and bacterial pome and stone fruit diseases in July. More
Watch out for brown rot on sweet cherries. Photo: K. Peter, Penn State
Protecting Cherries From Brown Rot - News News
As the sweet cherry harvest commences, there are concerns about brown rot. Management options are discussed. More
Be vigilant and scout for apple scab! Photo: K. Peter, Penn State
June Diseases for the Grower Radar - News News
Diseases for the fruit grower radar and their management strategies are discussed as we wrap up May and begin June. More
Too late to manage peach leaf curl when symptoms are present. Photo: K. Peter, Penn State
Disease of the Month: Peach Leaf Curl - News News
Peach leaf curl has caught many folks off guard this year. Tips for preventing the disease next season are discussed. More
Conditions are favorable for fire blight spread: be alert! Photo: K. Peter, Penn State
Disease Update May 19th, 2017 - News News

Disease Update May 19th, 2017

05/19/2017

Beware of fire blight and bacterial spot conditions. Ideal conditions have been present for bacterial diseases to be problematic. Growers are encouraged to scout for fire blight. More
Protect any trees still in bloom: Fire blight conditions ideal April 29 through May 2. (Photo: K. Peter)
Fire Blight, Apple Scab, Rust, Plus Others: Be On Alert! - News News
Conditions are optimal for fire blight, apple scab, and rust infections. Growers are encouraged to keep trees protected. Other diseases for the fruit grower radar are also discussed. More
Be proactive about fire blight management: Let’s not repeat 2014. (Photo: B. Lehman)
Disease Update: Blossoms Still Open—Fire Blight Risk Continues - News News
Conditions are favorable for fire blight and apple scab. Additional tools for the fire blight management toolbox are discussed. More
Control for fire blight and apple scab is critical during bloom. (Photo: K. Peter)
Disease Update: Watch Out For Diseases during Apple Bloom - News News
Bloom is well underway in parts of PA and MD. Fire blight and scab disease conditions are in full force now. Growers are encouraged to protect trees. 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
Growers need to be on alert for apple scab infection period this week. (Photo: K. Peter)
Disease Update: Scab Infection Period March 27–April 1 - News News
Due to the presence of green tip on early varieties of apples combined with rain and mild temperatures occurring this week, we are in our first apple scab infection period for 2017. More
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