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Farm Management Tour
Participants in this year's Purdue Farm Management Tour will see the latest agricultural technology in action during stops at a grain processing facility and three farms in Adams and Jay counties. The tour, sponsored by Purdue's Center for Commercial Agriculture and Purdue Extension, is set for June 23-24. It is open to anyone interested in farm management and family farm businesses.
Apples
The Indiana Horticultural Society summer meeting will focus on all tree fruit, grape and berry crops through tours and demonstrations on June 23 at Purdue University's Meigs Horticultural Research Farm.
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Soybeans just emerging, especially those that have struggled with adverse environmental conditions, are exhibiting symptoms. Purdue Extension weed scientist and plant pathologist described and discuss these symptoms.
Black cutworm larvae can be a threat to newly emerged corn plants. Corn growers should scout their f
With temperatures warming and corn emerging in some parts of the state, Indiana farmers should start scouting for signs of black cutworm, says John Obermeyer, integrated pest management specialist at Purdue University.