The Pennsylvania Crop Management Association was established in 1984. It is a statewide committee composed of elected officers and directors who represent local Crop Management Associations. Associations are nonprofit organizations run by member farmers for the purpose of promoting sound crop management practices. They hire personnel to primarily scout fields, sample soils, calibrate equipment, establish recordkeeping and assist with pest, nutrient and crop management decision-making.
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Warm up those chilly Autumn nights with some nice, hot apple cider.