Purdue University weed scientists have developed two time-lapse videos capturing the rapid growth of Palmer amaranth and the effect of pre-emergent herbicides used to control the aggressive and destructive weed. The videos were compiled from footage shot last year at the Purdue weed science research site in Cass County.
Purdue University faculty and staff members of a multi-university initiative to make global climate information of better use in farming will receive the College of Agriculture's 2015 TEAM award. TEAM, an acronym for Together Everyone Achieves More, is given annually to a Purdue team of professionals for their interdisciplinary achievements. This year's honorees are the Purdue members of Useful to Usable, or U2U as it is called, a climate research and education project based at Purdue.
This book brings together a lifetime of sawmill experience and technical training to help readers solve lumber manufacturing problems and save money. Dr. Dan Cassens has spent 30 years in close association with both the hardwood lumber and veneer-producing industries, as well as with the users of hardwood products.
Find out alternatives to some of the most notorious and damaging invasive plants commonly used in Indiana landscapes. View this new publication that lists both native and non-native species.