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PA Agronomic Education Society Conference is Next Week - News News
There is still time to register for the PA Agronomic Education Conference! Dates are Thursday, January 16th (8AM to 5PM) and Friday, January 17th (7:30AM to 2PM). More
Photo Credit: Joel Hunter
Weather Outlook for the Week of January 7, 2020 - News News
While snow fell across parts of the state earlier in the week, some exceptionally mild air will arrive by the weekend. More
Mid-Atlantic Field Crop Weed Management Guide
Mid-Atlantic Field Crop Weed Management Guide - Guides and Publications Guides and Publications

Mid-Atlantic Field Crop Weed Management Guide

乐动体育注册 John Wallace, Ph.D., Dwight Lingenfelter, William S. Curran, Ph.D.

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Get strategies and peruse herbicide tables for managing weeds in corn, sorghum, soybeans, small grains, and forages. More
Registration is Open for the PA Agronomic Education Conference
Registration is Open for the PA Agronomic Education Conference - News News
2020 is quickly approaching and so is a great opportunity to earn continuing education credits at the annual PA Agronomic Education Society Conference! More
Learn the value of cover crops, like sunn hemp shown here at the Making Cover Crops Pay workshop series. Zach Larson photo
New Workshop Series Highlights the Value of Cover Crops - News News
Find out what cover crops are worth to you and your farm at this workshop focused on cover crop management. More
Organic Study Circles
Organic Study Circles - Workshops Workshops

Organic Study Circles

Multiple Options Available

Free
Farmers and agronomic crop growers are invited to discuss their experiences and ideas in improving field crop operations. More
Crops Conference
Crops Conference - Conferences Conferences

Crops Conference

Multiple Options Available

From: $10.00

To: $20.00

These one-day seminars offer opportunities to earn pesticide, nutrient management and certified crop adviser credits, and to learn about key current crop management issues. More
No-till Planters: Design Features, Adjustment and Maintenance
No-till Planters: Design Features, Adjustment and Maintenance - Videos Video Series
This video series covers components of a corn planter that are critical for successful no-till planting, beginning at the hitch point and continuing through to the closing wheels. More
Making Cover Crops Pay
Making Cover Crops Pay - Workshops Workshops

Making Cover Crops Pay

Multiple Options Available

Free
Interested in learning how cover crops can provide a positive return to your farm? Join us for this interactive workshop! More
Cover Crop Walk
Cover Crop Walk - Workshops Workshops
Cover Crop Walk is an in-the-field look at cover crop establishment demo plots - broadcasting small grain and legumes into standing second-crop soybeans. We will have a discussion with our host farmer with the opportunity to walk the demo plots and take measurements to evaluate the success of this method. Economic comparisons and up-to-date cover crop research results will be discussed. More
Cover Crop Field Day
Cover Crop Field Day - Workshops Workshops
This free field day will give expert instruction on cover crop research in field and vegetable cropping systems. More
Pencil-sized nightcrawler burrows can be observed under the middens. (Credit: Sjoerd Duiker)
The Benefits of Long-term No-till on Earthworm Activity and Rooting Depth - News News
In long-term no-till, nightcrawlers are much more prevalent, thus leading to deeper root growth than in conventionally tilled soil. More
A soil probe and bucket make soil testing much easier and sampling more uniform. Photo Credit: Justin Brackenrich, Penn State Extension.
Interpreting Your Soil Test Reports - Articles Articles

Interpreting Your Soil Test Reports

Justin Brackenrich, Rachel Milliron

After you send in your soil sample to the lab you wait patiently for your test results, but when they arrive do you know what it all means? More
Seed fills the warehouse of Local Seed Company in Jersey Shore, PA. Each inventory item adds complexity to Local’s inventory system and represents another item where they can make or lose money depending on market shifts. Image credit: Zach Larson
Where Does My Cover Crop Come From? Part 2. - Articles Articles

Where Does My Cover Crop Come From? Part 2.

乐动体育注册 Zachary Larson

A bag of cover crop seed is more than just seed. It’s the product of a worldwide production system. More
Widespread use of cover crops in Pennsylvania leads farmers to look for seed options. Image credit: Sjoerd Duiker
Cover Crop Seed Options - News News

Cover Crop Seed Options

09/17/2019

Whether you buy cover crop seed from a dealer or use bin-run seed, these guidelines will insure you get satisfactory results and comply with the laws of the land. More
Start Clean and Stack the Deck Against Cereal Killers
Start Clean and Stack the Deck Against Cereal Killers - Articles Articles
Take actions now that will enhance your winter small grains health this fall and into the next year. More
Figure 1. Maize kernels at approximately 1 Corn /3 milk line. stalk nitrate samples can be collected anytime between ¼ milk line stage and 3 weeks after the black layer forms (Photo credit: Charlie White)
Corn Stalk Nitrate Testing Can Help Assess This Year’s Nitrogen Management Decisions - News News
In a wet year like 2019, there are many questions about how nitrogen fertility programs held up. More
Figure 1. Corn Silage Harvest (Photo credit: Zachary Larson, Penn State Extension).
Corn Silage Dry Down Update: Week of September 10 - News News
Penn State Extension educators continue monitoring corn silage dry down across Pennsylvania. More
Figure 1. Planting date study at Landisville Research Station (Photo credit: Del Voight, Penn State Extension)
Minimize Soybean Harvesting Loss and Maximize Cost per Bushel - News News
Avoid delaying soybean harvest and minimize harvest losses. More
Harvesting swathed and field-dried cover crop seeds, as seen in this picture from Oregon, is a common practice in the industry (Photo credit: Oregon State University)
Where Does My Cover Crop Come From? Part 1. - Articles Articles
A bag of cover crop seed is more than just seed. It’s the product of a worldwide production system. More
Figure 1. Harvesting corn silage (Photo credit: Penn State Extension)
Monitor and Control Weeds After Silage Harvest - News News
Control annual and perennial weeds after silage harvest or in fallow areas. Also, monitor Palmer amaranth that can still set seed yet this fall even after crop harvest. More
Triticale cover crop in the fall. Photo: Liz Bosak
Plant Cover Crops ASAP - Articles Articles

Plant Cover Crops ASAP

Sjoerd Willem Duiker, Ph.D., CCA

Cover crops are an important component of any cropping system. Planting them immediately after silage or grain harvest is key to success. More
A soil clod with good soil structure and earthworm holes, indicative of soil health practices
Soil Health Twilight Meeting - Workshops Workshops
Get your hands dirty in a soil pit and explore a range of soil health topics at this informal, hands on, and discussion based evening meeting. More
Rotating livestock frequently can help reduce pasture damage during wet seasons.
Preventing Pasture Damage During Prolonged Periods of Wet Weather - Articles Articles
Managing pastures during extended wet periods and after heavy rains can be a challenge. Steps to prevent further damage and repair existing damage are presented in the article. More
Immobilization and Mineralization of Nitrogen in Agricultural Soils
Immobilization and Mineralization of Nitrogen in Agricultural Soils - Videos Videos
Nitrogen availability in soils is controlled by a process called the nitrogen cycle. This video explores two pieces of the cycle - immobilization and mineralization. More
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