Noble County Master Gardener Scholarship available to current high school seniors who attend to study horticulture or a related field.
Last fall I wrote about a relatively new Indiana pest - the brown marmorated stink bug. The update is that the population of this insect continues to grow, and you may see these insects on the windows in your home soon, or chewing on your crops, fruits or vegetables in coming years. Also, it is now confirmed in Whitley County.
I'm starting to see a lot of dead ash trees in our landscapes and woodlands. Obviously, the emerald ash borer (EAB) has done, and continues to do, great harm to our native ash trees. What should be done now?
Some people may have a curiosity about native wildlife, others may be actively promoting habitat development and conservation practices. If you view yourself a wildlife enthusiast of either category, you may be interested in some resources available by experts at Purdue University.
The Purdue Master Gardener Program is an integral part of the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service and provides the residents of Indiana a chance to grow. Under the guidance and support of Purdue Extension, selected residents of a county voluntarily begin a training program specifically designed to prepare them to help others grow.
The following are links of interest for agriculture and natural resources related topics.
After years of experience, we know that some questions get asked frequently. These are the top 50+ questions the Purdue Extension office in many counties typically receive. If you have a question that you feel may be a common question relating to agriculture, natural resources, pest control, home lawn and garden, or other similar field, start here.