Pennsylvania Corn, Soybeans: Chilling Injury in Newly Planted Crops Apr 25, 2022

    🕔Apr 25, 2022
    The general consensus is that for proper germination of corn and soybean seeds, we should have a minimum soil temperature of 50 degrees Fahrenheit. But what happens when we plant […]

    Pennsylvania Soybeans: Evaluating Nodulation Jun 26, 2020

    🕔Jun 26, 2020
    Soybeans are a big user of nitrogen and need approximately 3.5 lbs. of nitrogen per bushel of grain produced. So, an 80-bushel soybean crop will uptake 280 pounds of nitrogen. […]

    Pennsylvania: Pesticide License Recertification with the Virus Blackout Mar 23, 2020

    🕔Mar 23, 2020
    In response to the cancellation of many recertification meetings, the PA Department of Agriculture is planning to extend the deadline to renew a private applicator’s license. All private applicators who […]

    Pennsylvania Soybeans: Early-Season Stand Assessment Jun 28, 2019

    🕔Jun 28, 2019
    As soybean fields begin to emerge, you may notice some variable stands. Now can be a perfect time to examine those fields and make management decisions on whether to fill […]

    Pennsylvania Corn: Is It Time to Switch Hybrid Maturities? Jun 6, 2019

    🕔Jun 6, 2019
    Who doesn’t remember the challenges of getting into the fields during the 2018 planting season? Are we in the same boat for 2019? Looking at USDA’s June 2 Weekly Crop […]


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