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A weed that that is becoming more prevalent along roadsides, fencerows and other areas is poison hemlock. Purdue experts Travis Legleiter, Joe Ikley and Bill Johnson recently reported in a Purdue "Pest & Crop" newsletter that they receive calls and emails each spring about the weed.
Years ago, many agronomists seemed to focus solely on what the optimum agronomic seeding rate was for corn and soybeans. In other words, what population do I plant to get the highest yield before yields level off? This discussion may have taken place with little regard to economics. In the current farm economy, we no longer have that luxury. Farmers need to focus on both agronomic principles and economic principles.
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Whitley County 4-H Awards and Scholarships that your 4-H member may be eligible for!
Purdue Extension Whitley County office is looking for a summer intern. Approx 150 hours, June 26 - July 31. All work will benefit the 4-H program. For more information, call 244-7615 or 625-3313, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out our website: