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Karen Mitchell’s passion for plants and the environment permeates into every part of her life, professionally and personally. “I always had an interest in the ecosystem, how things interact and how food is made..."Read More
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The National AgrAbility Project (NAP), modeled after Purdue Extension’s Breaking New Ground Resource Center and hosted at Purdue University, is celebrating 30 years of making agriculture accessible for people with disabilities.
Indiana wine grape growers began harvesting in late August and will continue through early October. Despite a late freeze at the beginning of the growing season, high wine grape yields are expected across the state.
Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture's corn and soybean outlook update webinar followed release of USDA's August Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) reports. The August 13th webinar, hosted by...
It is safe to say that the last year was unlike any other in recent memory. The COVID-19 pandemic caused significant disruption to our lives and the global economy. Surprisingly, many of the current economic forces put upward pressure on farmland...
Sometimes nature mirrors society in eerie in unexpected ways. That is happening now with Indiana’s songbird populations, which are suffering from a yet unidentified illness. Indiana’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and...
Established in 1949 as Purdue’s campus-based field research station for agronomic crops and soils research, the Agronomy Center for Research and Education (ACRE) is home to innovative researchers, passionate students and now the...
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