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2016 Agriculture and Natural Resources News - Noble County

October 28, 2016

News articles, news releases, and newsletters for 2016

     See 2016 news articles and news releases below under "Related Files"

     2016 newsletters: First QuarterSecond Quarter, Third Quarter, Fourth Quarter

     News archives: 20152014

Related Files

Private applicator program in Noble County Feb. 24 (1.4.15) 2016 First Quarter Newsletter Regional Exams for Private Applicators (1.6.16) Hurt: Hog Producers Facing Losses (1.11.16) Hurt: Grain Prices Remain Depressed (1.18.16) Beat the winter blues by thinking of garden and landscape (1.25.16) Private applicator program in Noble County Feb. 24 (1.28.16) Purdue Specialists: Applying the Brakes to Dairy Production Growth (2.1.16) Workshop addresses business climate changes and risks to farmers (2.3.16) Learn Management Strategies at Michiana Vegetable and Fruit Growers Meeting (2.8.16) Enjoy firewood, manage insects (2.15.16) Prune trees and shrubs properly (2.22.16) Indiana Forage Council meeting in Columbia City (2.29.16) March Lawn and Garden Activities (3.7.16) "Do's" and "Don'ts" for Early Lawn Activities (3.14.16) "Do's" and "Don'ts" for Early Lawn Activities, part 2 (3.21.16) Don't rush into spring tillage (3.28.16) 2016 Second Quarter Newsletter April Lawn and Garden Activities (4.4.16) Most people don't care how much wood a woodchuck could chuck (4.11.16) Is there something magical going on in my lawn? (4.18.16) Purdue specialist offered tips on trapping moles (4.25.16) May Lawn and Garden Activities (5.2.16) Spring Management of Stored Grain (5.9.16) Consider applying fungicide to NE Indiana wheat (5.16.16) Learning opportunities at workshops and field days (5.23.16) Northern Indiana Dairy Trail Features Two Noble County Farms (5.30.16) June Lawn and Garden Calendar (6.6.16) "Cobwebs" in trees (6.13.16) Wet spring good for plant diseases (6.20.16) Crinkled, dying tree leaves alarming but common this year (6.27.16) July Lawn and Garden Calendar (7.4.16) Purdue Extension's New Pastured Poultry Branding Initiative (7.11.16) Test irrigation water to help ensure food safety (7.18.16) Is your evergreen losing its "green"? (7.25.16) August Lawn and Garden Calendar (8.1.16) Purdue Master Gardener Program Seeking New Crop of Volunteers (8.8.16) Hover flies once again prevalent, but don't fear (8.15.16) 2016 Third Quarter Newsletter Now through fall is a great time to improve your lawn (8.22.16) Dealing with Social Bees and Wasps (8.29.16) September Lawn and Garden Activities (9.5.16) Scout now for corn ear rots (9.12.16) Black spots on maple leaves (9.19.16) Purdue expert explains abundance of lawn diseases in 2016 (9.26.16) October Lawn and Garden Activities (10.3.16) 2016 Fourth Quarter Newsletter Brown marmorated stink bug starting to invade homes (10.10.16) Farm fatality summary highlights trends, continued danger in ag (10.17.16) Choosing a great pumpkin (10.24.16) November Lawn and Garden Activities (10.31.16) New publication series aimed at protecting pollinators (11.7.16) Free webinar will help with sheep and goat marketing and understanding quality meat products (11.8.16) Sample for soybean cyst nematode (11.14.16) Indiana's Bicentennial: Changes in Agriculture (11.21.16) Indiana's Bicentennial: Other Changes in Agriculture (11.28.16) December Lawn and Garden Activities (12.5.16) Extension team to offer farm succession planning workshops (12.8.16) Purdue Crop Performance Program trial results published (12.12.16) Purdue resources for diversified food and farming systems (12.19.16) Recycle Your Christmas Tree (12.26.16)

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