Beating Bed Bugs
September 16, 2010
With bed bugs making a resurgence across the nation, an expert in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences says there are ways to eliminate them if you have them, and to avoid them if you don't.
Penn State biofuel program could help farmers generate community bioenergy
April 29, 2010
A Penn State Farm Operations demonstration project could help farmers take the lead in energy independence, by converting home-grown seed crops into biofuel.
Spring 2010 Gardening Tips & Trends
March 17, 2010
The gardening catalogs in your mailbox may have you thinking about this year's garden. But a horticulture specialist says before you place that order online, you can fine-tune your catalog purchases by talking to someone closer to home.
Discover the sweet tradition of Pennsylvania's maple syrup season
March 5, 2010
Pennsylvania's maple syrup season is a sweet reason to hit the road and see the traditional processes that produce this seasonal cash crop.
Protecting Your Water From Marcellus Shale Drilling
February 5, 2010
What should you do when deep well drilling threatens your private water supply? A Penn State Extension water expert offers advice, resources.
PSU Ag Sciences at PA Farm Show
January 15, 2010
Dean of Penn State's College of Ag Sciences and PA Secretary of Agriculture discuss how faculty, staff, Extension and volunteers serve behind the scenes at the nation's largest indoor agricultural exposition.