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  1. 19% Turfgrass Species for Pennsylvania
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "Turfgrasses are fine-textured grass species that form a uniform, persistent population of plants and that tolerate traffic and low mowing heights (usually two inches or below). Only a few grass species produce acceptable turf in Pennsylvania. These grasses can be divided into two groups, the cool-season turfgrasses and the warm-season turfgrasses."

  2. 19% The Pennsylvania Phosphorus Index: Version 1 [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "Increased attention has been focused on phosphorus (P) management because of water quality concerns resulting from eutrophication. In freshwater systems, elevated P inputs can lead to accelerated eutrophication and degraded water quality. Despite water quality concerns, adequate levels of soil P must be maintained to promote optimal crop production. Therefore, management options for P must be flexible to address agronomic concerns while providing water quality protection."

  3. 19% The Pennsylvania Phosphorus Index Spreadsheet
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "A spreadsheet for use with the publication ."

  4. 19% Latest Planting Dates for Corn Hybrids in Pennsylvania [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "Determining how late a particular corn hybrid can be planted in a specific environment is an important decision to minimize the risk of frost before the crop matures. This can be particularly important in Pennsylvania, where corn planting can frequently be delayed past the optimum date and where the length of the growing season can vary dramatically within a few miles."

  5. 19% Pennsylvania Soybean Performance Report [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "Penn State's Department of Crop and Soil Sciences conducts soybean tests annually to provide farmers and other interested persons with information about the performance of soybeans grown in Pennsylvania. This eight-page publication summarizes soybean performance test results."

  6. 19% A Pest Management Program for Alfalfa in Pennsylvania [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "This 12-page booklet that describes a pest-management program designed to meet the needs of alfalfa growers. Topics include alfalfa varieties and management, minimizing disease losses, weed control, loss of feeding value of alfalfa forage due to weeds, and insect control."

  7. 19% Agronomy Series #133: Cambic Horizons in Pennsylvania Soils [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "Cambic horizons are subsurface soil layers of pedogenic change without appreciable accumulation of illuvial material (clay, Fe + Al + humus, carbonate or gypsum), and are part of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service?s (formerly the USDA Soil Conservation Service) Soil Classification System "Soil Taxonomy"."

  8. 19% Agronomy Series #140: Metals Data for Pennsylvania Soils [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "In recent years, a great concern has developed in the effect of metals on the environment and human health. In particular, the threshold amounts of metals that impact the environment and health. As a part of this concern, a significant amount of research has been done on the background levels of these metals in the environment, in particular, in the soil. Many of these studies have not been published or are obscure and not readily available. To partially rectify this situation for Pennsylvania soils, this publication has been produced. This publication is a series of chapters of published and unpublished data, and little attempt has been made to synthesize the data from the various chapters, other than the comments given in the following section."

  9. 19% Agronomy Series #143: Pennsylvania Soil Survey Biographies [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "This publication celebrates the centennial (1899-1999) of the United States Cooperative Soil Survey Program and documents some personal history and experience of individuals who have worked on soil survey in Pennsylvania. The initial collection of this information was done by Garland Lipscomb, Norm Churchill, and John Chibirka. These data were updated by most of the individual chapter authors. The information in each chapter has only been edited to correct errors and for formatting consistency. We hope that this publication will help archive this information for future soil scientists in the National Cooperative Soil Survey. It also compliments a previous attempt to document some soil survey history of Pennsylvania (Ciolkosz et al., 1998)."

  10. 19% Agronomy Series #145: Pennsylvania State University Soil Characterization Laboratory Database System Documentation [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "Soils have been sampled and analyzed in Pennsylvania for characterization since 1954. The initial sampling was done by the USDA Soil Conservation Service (SCS) now known as the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Subsequent samplings have been done by the Penn State Soil Characterization Laboratory, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the NRCS. Presently, 949 pedons (profiles) have been collected and analyzed. An account of the history of the sampling is given in Ciolkosz (1998). Initially the data (site, horizon, and laboratory) was available in hard copy printed form. Since the development of the computer, particularly the PC with large data capacities, the Pennsylvania analysis system and data have been computerized (see Ciolkosz, 2000; Ciolkosz and Thurman, 1992, 1994; Thurman et al., 1994). In order for a computer system to have longevity as it is modified and updated by computer programmers, the data system must be documented. Thus, the objective of this publication is to document the Penn State University Soil Characterization Laboratory Database System."

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