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A Lancaster Farming reader discusses the positive economic aspects of gas drilling.
A quick post-application, in-field rinse may not be enough. Even very small amounts of herbicide residue left in tanks, hoses, screens, fittings or booms can seriously damage crops.
David Wolfe, professor in the Cornell School of Integrative Plant Science, told a congressional committee in a hearing on agricultural resiliency that climate change impacts have been more complex and severe than scientists had forecast three decades ago.
Pennsylvania has had its share of extreme weather, ranging from devastating droughts to regional flooding. These have implications for water quality and quantity as well as nutrient management.
Ever wonder what the difference is between grass-fed and organic beef? Confused by terms like “antibiotic-free” and “raised without antibiotics”?
John Berry's continuing series on Farm Succession Planning.