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2017 Agriculture and Natural Resources News - Noble County

December 20, 2017

News articles, news releases, and newsletters for 2017-18

     See 2017 news articles and news releases below under "Related Files"

     2017 newsletters: First Quarter, Second Quarter, Third Quarter, Fourth Quarter

     2018 newsletters: First Quarter

     News archives: 201620152014

Related Files

Come to the Fort Wayne Farm Show (1.2.17) January and February Lawn and Garden Activities (1.9.17) Come to the Indiana Small Farm Conference (1.16.17) 2017 Women in Agriculture Conference (1.23.17) Butterfly milkweed wins award, good for pollinators (1.30.17) Program to cover forages, fertilizers (1.31.17) What's the right custom rate? (2.6.17) Cash rent for more unique situations (2.13.17) Learn management strategies at Michiana vegetable and fruit growers meeting (2.20.17) Applying nitrogen: fine-tune for your economic optimum rate (2.27.17) Become more aware of invasive species (3.6.17) Storms and Trees: Safety First (3.13.17) On-Farm Food Safety for Produce Direct Marketers (3.13.17) Take time for spring planting season safety (3.20.17) Assess Pruning Needs Now (3.27.17) Controlling Ants (4.3.17) Molehills in home lawns look like mountains to some homeowners (4.10.17) What's your economic optimum seeding rate? (4.17.17) Fighting Poison Hemlock (4.24.17) Noble County Master Gardeners Announce Flower and Plant Sale (4.12.17) Begin scouting for armyworms now (5.1.17) Fungicide decision nearing for NE Indiana wheat (5.8.17) Sampling for Plant Parasitic Nematodes (5.15.17) Reasons why it is important to read and follow pesticide labels (5.22.17) Purdue expert offers update on corn hybrid maturities for late plantings (5.29.17) Crinkled, dying tree leaves alarming but common again this year (6.5.17) Late Soybean Planting Considerations (6.12.17) Gardening for Pollinators (6.19.17) Inspect and treat now for bagworms (6.26.17) Get Ticks Off! (7.3.17) Scout for Western Bean Cutworm Now (7.10.17) Scout for Foliar Diseases of Corn (7.17.17) Beneficial insects - fireflies (7.24.17) Fruit Trees Require Care (7.31.17) Southern Rust Confirmed in Indiana Counties (8.7.17) Purdue Master Gardener Program Seeking New Crop of Volunteers (8.7.17) Tar spots on maple leaves (8.14.17) Improve your lawn now through fall (8.21.17) The fly that looks and acts like a bee (8.25.17) Purdue resources for small and specialty farms (9.4.17) Those aren't little pine cones (9.11.17) Bees and wasps in and around homes (9.18.17) See an orange and red triangle - slow down (9.25.17) Newsletter, Jan-Mar 2017 Newsletter, Apr-June 2017 Newsletter, July-Sep 2017 Newsletter, Oct-Dec 2017 Farm Fatalities Spiked in 2016 (10.2.17) Dealing with Social Bees and Wasps (10.9.17) Woolly Worms: Forecasters or Folklore Folly? (10.16.17) Boxelder bugs may congregate (10.23.17) What's Biting Me? (10.30.17) Keeping grain in good condition through the winter (11.6.17) Publication series aims to protect pollinators (11.13.17) Remove dead landscape trees ASAP (11.20.17) Considerations when choosing a real Christmas tree (11.27.17) Caring for Christmas trees (12.4.17) Living Christmas tree: Potential landscape addition? (12.11.17) Recycle Your Christmas Tree (12.18.17) Attend training to apply dicamba ag products in 2018 (12.25.17)

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