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  1. 68% Wood-boring Insect Detected In Michigan
    Date: July 17, 2007
    Source: ABC News

    "Sirex Woodwasp Found in Mich.; Wood-Boring Insect Native to Europe, Parts of Asia and Africa"

  2. 68% Researchers: Stink Bug From Asia Is Ohio's New Invasive Species
    Date: December 23, 2007
    Source: FOX 45 Dayton

    "COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug has been found in Ohio."

  3. 68% Stink Bug From Asia Is Newest Invader In Oregon
    Date: December 24, 2007
    Source: KGW Portland

    "COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A thumbnail-size insect is proving to be a real pest in some U-S states, including Oregon. Researchers are trying to determine how big a threat the brown marmorated stink bug poses to fruit and soybean crops."

  4. 68% Trap Would Help Keep Stink Bugs Outdoors
    Date: July 27, 2009
    Source: Agricultural Research Magazine

    "A trap to keep stinks bugs from Asia out of people’s homes is being developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists."

  5. 36% More Young People Entering Farming
    Date: August 30, 2007
    Source: AP via Yahoo! Asia News

    " Tom Murtha studied English at Penn."

  6. 34% Secretary Wolff Celebrates National Farmers Market Week At Scranton Farmers Market
    Date: August 10, 2005
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "SCRANTON -- On behalf of Governor Edward G. Rendell, state Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff today presented a proclamation in recognition of National Farmers Market Week that runs from Aug. 7-13, at the Scranton Co-op Farmers Market."

  7. 34% Tough Times For Dairy Farmers Milk Prices Sour Farmers
    Date: February 17, 2009
    Source: The Morning Call

    "More dairymen send herd to slaughter as rates stay low Hundreds of thousands of America's dairy cows are being turned into hamburgers because milk prices have dropped so low that farmers can no longer afford to feed the animals. "

  8. 33% Edamame
    Date: September 20, 2004
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Edamame is a food grade soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) that is very popular in East Asia. It has been used as a vegetable there since 200 B.C. More recently, it has become very popular here in the United States, especially on both coasts."

  9. 33% Soybean Rust: Status Report And Efforts To Prepare For Introduction
    Date: August 16, 2004
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Soybean rust is a serious foliar disease in soybeans in many parts of Asia. In 2001 the disease was detected in South America, and has become wide spread in Brazil and northern Argentina. The disease is reported to cause yield losses ranging from 10 to 80%."

  10. 33% New Penn State Soybean Rust Factsheet
    Date: March 10, 2005
    Source: Penn State Crop Management Extension Alerts

    "Soybean rust is a serious threat to soybean production in many parts of the world. If uncontrolled, the disease can cause yield losses approaching 80 percent in some parts of the world including Asia, Africa, and South America. Soybean rust was first reported in the continental United States on November 10, 2004, and was subsequently found in a total of nine southern states. If soybean rust does become established in southern states or in the Caribbean islands, the disease is likely to spread into northern and northeastern soybean-producing states each year."

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