Those seeking to fulfill Indiana's new mandatory training requirements for the application of dicamba herbicide products on DT soybeans can attend a free webinar hosted by Purdue Extension and the Purdue Pesticide Programs.
The Purdue Landscape Report provides science-based, timely information for Midwest landscapes. Members of the Purdue Landscape Report Team create articles and supporting photos. The team is composed of Purdue Extension specialists and diagnosticians in many disciplines, including horticulture, entomology, plant pathology, urban forestry and turf science.
Indianapolis is in the running for the second Amazon headquarters. Indy is one of 20 cities on the list, but still, there's a chance. That's a $5 billion investment, with 50,000 employees at an average salary of $100,000.
Check out the new publication by Purdue Extension Wildlife Specialist Jarred Brooke to find out more about management practices and common problems faced by land managers who use native warm-season grass stands for wildlife.
There has been much debate in the popular press lately regarding the role of timber harvesting on forest communities. Taking a look at several large-scale studies that have investigated the effects of tree canopy removal on amphibians and reptiles can help us understand what is happening to the wildlife in our forests..
This course will provide valuable information for landowners interested in learning more about forests and woodland management in Indiana. Topics include: tree identification, forest biology, forest management planning and techniques, timber harvesting and marketing, wildlife management, and economic considerations for woodland management.
The short session of the Indiana General Assembly is underway, and one of the topics of debate is the organization of township governments. So, some information about townships might come in handy. You can't tell the townships without a scorecard.