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Tapping sorghum's potential for cold tolerance

Sorghum was originally a tropical plant, but USDA scientists in Lubbock, Texas, are looking to Asia to increase sorghum's cold tolerance and expand its production range. FULL STORY »

Be aware of aflatoxin in corn grain, silage

Heat and drought over the summer months created an ideal environment for Aspergillus ear rot to form in corn grain and silage. The disease is caused by a fungus that may produce aflatoxin, which can be harmful to livestock. FULL STORY »

Watch for mobile soybean pests

Kudzu bugs and brown marmorated stink bugs have been rapidly spreading to new geographies. FULL STORY »

"Tools for Teams" workshop

The program, presented by the Penn State Extension Dairy Team, will highlight the use of various whole-farm and team-management tools to help teams improve success. The first workshop will be held on Oct. 30. FULL STORY »

Selecting corn hybrids for 2013

The accuracy of predicting the best hybrid performance increases as the number of locations increases. FULL STORY »

Assess nutrient needs following a drought

Less grain and stover removal generally means less nutrient removal from fields. Here are some insights into how much fertilizer will be needed for the next growing season. FULL STORY »

Extension program offers help for managing high feed cost

A look at the big picture can help you manage escalating feed costs. An upcoming Penn State Extension online and face-to-face workshop, offered next week and on Oct. 23, can help. FULL STORY »

Drought stress magnifies compaction issues

Farmers are urged to assess compaction in their fields this fall. FULL STORY »

Virtual farm tour highlights family's attention to forage quality

World Dairy Expo is next week in Madison, Wis. Several free virtual farm tours will take place during the five-day event. Make a virtual tour of VanEss Dairy in northwest Iowa part of your Expo experience. FULL STORY »

The right time to soil test

With this year’s drought, is fall sampling still a good idea? There are several reasons why it is. FULL STORY »

Cover crops reduce crop loss during drought

Farmers are the ultimate survivors. By definition, their work requires incredible planning, but it also requires creativity. This fall, farmers affected by drought have an opportunity to invest today for better outcomes next year by planting cover crops. FULL STORY »

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