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Purdue Extension: Expert Resources for COVID-19

AG & Natural Resources - ANR Position available - Section includes PARP / CCH Meetings

May 11, 2021


Virtual PARP




SW Purdue AG Center Virtual Field Day - June 24, 2021

9 AM - 11 AM


Registration due to the Purdue Extension Knox County Office by June 23 at 4:00 p.m. EST or register online at: Connection Information will be sent when registration is confirmed.  $10 for PARP needs to be received no later than June 23rd to the Knox Co. Office.  Please see registration link for complete information and details. 


Participants must be logged in and “present” during the entire program to receive credit.


Program: Pulling out Stuck Trucks and Equipment Safely;

Fungicide MOA and Managing Resistance of Fungicides; Rainfastness of Fungicides;

Sulfur and Boron Fertilizer Considerations in Corn


Questions - Please contact

Name: Valerie Clingerman

Title: ANR Educator

Phone: 812-268-4332


County: Knox


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Purdue Extension -Daviess County is hiring!


Position: Extension Educator- Agriculture and Natural Resources


Experience: Minimum 2 years in experience in farm management, commercial agriculture, livestock production, horticulture industry, or another ag-related field


More information:



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Virtual Pesticide Recertification Programs and Commercial CCH’s

see flyers below for full details



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Click here to see Upcoming PARP Events


Click here if you would like to see how many PARP programs you have or to look up your expiration date (You need 3 programs in 5 years)


If you need to take the Private applicator exam you can go to the


Ivy Tech Testing Centers in Terre Haute, Evansville or Vincennes University, Vincennes.

Commercial Applicator Credits(CCH) & Certified Crop Advisor Credits(CEU)

Click here to check CEU’s and find upcoming programs.



Purdue Extension ANR- Daviess County Need Assessment

The Ag & Natural Resources program for Purdue Extension in Daviess County is performing a Needs Assessment to have a better understanding the needs of the Agriculture industry in Daviess County, and to gear our programing and services during the next couple of years. The survey questionnaire can be accessed by using either, the link or QR Code below.
Completion of this survey is completely voluntary and all responses will remain anonymous.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Link to Need Assessment Questionnaire




***New publication on Pesticide Minibulks-learn about regulations, filling minibulks, pressure testing, and farm owned minibulks

***Purdue Fast Start for youth interested in earning a Purdue degree and starting in High School.
*** Indiana Farmland Values and Cash Rent Report-August 2020
*** Indiana DNR Nursery Program Instructions for Ordering Tree Seedlings
*** Securing Indiana’s Pork Supply

***NEW!! Purdue Extension-Knox County has also started a YouTube channel, It can be found here.
*** Beginning January 1, 2023, RFID-equipped ear tags will become the official form of identification for cattle recognized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

***Did you know Purdue Extension has a YouTube channel where you can find videos on invasive plant species, birds, drill calibration for conservation plantings, beginning farmers, livestock production, gardening and much more? Visit this link to view the numerous videos.
***Interested in conducting on-farm research trials? If you are contact me (Valerie) at the Extension Office(812-882-3509) and I can help! Here are examples of some plots we can set up on your farm.


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Purdue Extension Daviess Co. Website

Email - Luis Santiago

Purdue Ext. YouTube Channel


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