Purdue Plant Physiologist Shaneka Lawson discusses Indiana's state tree and its important role in conserving the rare American ginseng.
Purdue Plant Physiologist Shaneka Lawson takes a look at a key aspect of ginkgo trees that makes male and female ginkgos very different.
The Wildlife Habitat Education Program (WHEP) is the largest national environmental education program for youth ages 8-19 and has received the Conservation Education Award by The Wildlife Society. Check out this new video, publication and web site for more information.
The relationship between the age of a deer and its antler development can be an indicator of the deer's health, and whether foraging conditions or harvest strategies should be changed. This quick and easy instructional video, "Age Determination in White-Tailed Deer", will walk you through the techniques.
Most hunters are busily making last minute preparations on food plots, hanging tree stands, and honing their marksman skills in hopes they have a chance for that buck of a lifetime. Now experts show how to score your White-tailed deer in this new video.
The focus for this podcast is the genetic modification of trees, making trees stronger. Please join us as our host, Dr. Rod Williams, discusses this topic with Dr. Shaneka Lawson, research plant physiologist with the USDA Forest Service-Northern Research Station.
A new Purdue Extension publication offers farmers a basic introduction and step-by-step instructions for using cover crops in a corn-soybean rotation.