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  1. 57% Additional Deer Farms Released From Chronic Wasting Disease Quarantines
    Date: February 08, 2013
    Source: pennsylvania agriculture - Yahoo! News Search Resu

    "The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture today announced quarantines have been lifted on 14 additional deer farms after DNA testing confirmed these farms had no ties to two Adams County deer that died of Chronic Wasting Disease in October 2012. To …"

  2. 57% Pennsylvania Officials Confirm Chronic Wasting Disease In State's Wild Deer Population
    Date: March 02, 2013
    Source: pennsylvania agriculture - Yahoo! News Search Resu

    "HARRISBURG, Pa. — Chronic wasting disease has been found for the first time in the state's wild deer population, nearly five months after it was initially identified in captive deer, the Pennsylvania Game Commission said Friday."

  3. 52% Herbicide Update: Callisto Receives Federal Label For Use On Sweet Corn
    Date: April 15, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Callisto 4SC (mesotrione) herbicide has been used in field corn since 2001, and just recently, Syngenta announced that it has been labeled for use on sweet corn."

  4. 52% Early Planted Corn Update
    Date: April 29, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Many producers took advantage of our summer like conditions and planted significant acres of corn. The response to mid April plantings in the past several seasons has been good to excellent resulting in high yields and early crop maturity. In general, this should have a positive impact on corn production and yields throughout the state."

  5. 52% Early Grain Crop Issues
    Date: May 13, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "As we move into mid May, now is the time to monitor corn and soybean fields for emergence, weed and insect control issues. In many parts of the state, conditions for planting were excellent in mid to late April and many growers took advantage of this to get most of their corn planted."

  6. 52% Farmers Deliver Produce To City Life
    Date: July 06, 2005
    Source: The Pitt News

    "With only about two dozen ears of corn left on her table, Marilynn McElhinny marveled at the success of the first-ever Oakland Farmers' Market. "We did really well," the grower of McElhinny sweet corn from Evan City, Pa., said."

  7. 52% 2005 Pennsylvania Corn Silage Hybrid Evaluation Report
    Date: November 11, 2005
    Source: Penn State Crop Management Extension Alerts

    "The 2005 Pennsylvania Corn Silage Hybrid Evaluation Report is available at the Penn State Corn and Soybean Management web site. The complete report is available in PDF format."

  8. 52% 2006 Corn, Soybean And No-till Conference
    Date: November 16, 2005
    Source: Penn State Crop Management Extension Alerts

    "The conference schedule and registration form for the 2006 Corn, Soybean and No-till Conference is now available in PDF format on the Corn and Soybean Management site. The conference is scheduled for January 17, 2006 at the Holiday Inn, New Cumberland, PA."

  9. 52% Sweet Corn Doing Well This Year
    Date: August 06, 2006
    Source: Reading Eagle

    "Sweet corn is a $32.4 million industry in Pennsylvania, according to the state Department of Agriculture. In 2005, 20,300 acres of sweet corn were planted for fresh market sales. Average yield was 6,100 pounds per acre, totaling 108 million pounds."

  10. 52% Farmers Finding New Cash Crops
    Date: August 13, 2006
    Source: phillyburbs.com

    "FRANCONIA, Pa. - When Rich Halteman took over his family's 40-acre Franconia farm in 1997, he phased out conventional grain crops such as corn and soybeans and planted sweet corn, tomatoes, berries and pumpkins."

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