Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Although modern horizontal drilling achieved commercial success in the 1980s, drilling techniques have improved, and in recent years, horizontal drilling has become more common.

Twenty-one Pennsylvania projects will strengthen the state's specialty crop industries through research, education and marketing with nearly $925,000 in federal grants

Reporter Chris Kick recently toured some Great Lakes energy facilities, to learn about the opportunities and challenges in the region.
Fred speaks at organic conference

Organic farming conference draws 475 to Holmes County.

With a swirl, sniff and a sip, Denise Gardner, Penn State’s enologist, can discern almost all there is to know about a particular variety of wine.
Dirk drifting

Local car salesman and race car driver found his passion with drifting.

Yinong Yang, a professor of Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, edited the mushroom's genome using a revolutionary new tool known as CRISPR-Cas9.

Researchers at The Ohio State University are investigating new techniques to detect organic phosphorus compounds in water samples from the Lake Erie watershed.

Check out the week of Nov. 10, 2016, FFA news roundup.

Jeffrey LeJeune started a three-month assignment in Rome to work with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization to combat antibiotic resistance.
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