Invasive species have the potential to ruin the livelihoods of those who call Pennsylvania home and destroy sectors of our leading industry.
Eradicating the Spotted Lanternfly remains our goal. Doing so is an economic imperative.
A shrub that transforms into a thorny thicket, multiflora rose tends to grow almost anywhere because birds move and drop the seeds.
Mile-a-minute, a noxious weed that stays true to its name, grows rapidly and kills any vegetation in its path by smothering it.
Noxious weeds pose as deceptively attractive plants, but they can do immense harm.
They're all summertime joys threatened by non-native species in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania's Industrial Hemp Pilot Research Program holds tremendous potential for leading PA to a promising future with a promising crop.
Effective January 1, 2017 the use of antibiotics in feed or water will be under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian.
Be it a fir, pine, or spruce…they’ve all got potential to last through to the New Year if given proper care.
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agriculture. From department initiatives and industry trends, to animal health
news and consumer safety updates. We’ll bring you thought-provoking messages
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favorite local farm, greenhouse, or produce stand!