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Pennsylvania potatoes may face the threat of new pathogen strains, according to Penn State researchers who want to develop management strategies.

Robert Yost, 52, of New Galilee, Pennsylvania, and his employee, Jake Reese, 27, of Enon Valley, Pennsylvania, were accused of using corn laced with a banned pesticide to kill geese and other birds on leased farmland. 

Reporter Liz Partsch provides a step for step guide on how her family makes their annual supply of sauerkraut.

A Few Bad Apples and After the Fall Cider use sustainable methods to produce hard cider products and pay homage to the history of cider in Pennsylvania.

The dread spotted lanternfly poses the biggest threat to grapevines, which has some vineyard owners in Erie County worried and preparing for the worst.

Shapiro Administration awards $2.9 million to schools, businesses and local governments working to switch to zero- or low-emission vehicles.

The budget, signed earlier this month by Gov. Josh Shapiro, increased the funding for hardwood research and promotion from $474,000 to $725,000.

The solar farm will produce an estimated 35,700 megawatt hours of electricity annually to help the University of Pittsburgh reach its sustainability goals.

On Aug. 10, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding honored two new bicentennial and nine new century farms.

Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding called for proposals for $500,000 in PA Farm Bill Agriculture & Youth Grants on Aug. 14.