Nitrogen management is one of the most challenging parts of agronomy because there are so many different loss pathways for the nutrient, and these loss pathways are all affected by the weather.
Grazing your cover crops is an opportunity for added profit, but soil compaction can quickly become an issue if you’re not careful. Read more
Weather, grain prices and a shift in demand toward small square bales are making the hay market tough to predict this year. One thing is certain: Hay is still in high demand. Read more
Keeping crop protectants on the intended target is critical for the health of the plant as well as those surrounding the area. Read more
Information on diagnosing and managing phytophthora and neopestalotiopsis in strawberries from Penn State extension fruit and vegetable educator Timothy Elkner. Read more
Commodity prices for corn and soybeans are holding strong, but farmers are still being cautious about planning for the next harvest. Read more