The interveinal yellowing and browning on the upper trifoliates, shown in this field of soybean plan
A team composed of a Purdue University researcher and others from several Midwest universities and Canada is studying soybean sudden death syndrome to help farmers better protect their crop from the recurring disease.
Grant writing workshop
Six grant writing workshops are being offered in Indiana to help potential applicants understand, develop and submit their federal grant applications for the Farmers Market and Local Food Promotion Program.
Silo bag
With on-farm stocks of corn and soybeans up significantly following last year's record yields, organizers of the upcoming Southwest Indiana Crop Seminar decided to focus this year's program on grain storage and management issues.
Purdue Extension has joined Michigan State University Extension in sponsoring a daylong program in which farmers will learn more about the soybean disease white mold and irrigation management.