The Field Crops Team works to enhance Indiana Stakeholders’ understanding of crop production issues; and to support decision-making by farmers in the production, harvest, and storage of agronomic crops, including corn, soybeans, wheat, hay/forage, and other field crops.
Here you will find a list of website resources that have been compiled by the Field Crops Team. To find a list of relevant programs that may can provide educational resources on the right sidebar.
Purdue Agronomy Extension
The Agronomy Extension group represents interest areas of crop (corn, soybean, small grains, forages, canola) management, crop variety testing, crop diagnostics, soil fertility, soil management, environmental soil science, soil conservation, water quality, waste management, waste disposal, large area remote sensing, soil interpretation, and land use planning.Purdue Agronomy Extension
Purdue University Corn Extension: The Kernel
This website, maintained by Purdue Extension Corn Specialist Dr. Dan Quinn, provides the latest corn research and management information for farmers and agricultural professionals.Purdue University Corn Extension: The Kernel
Office of the Indiana State Chemist
The Indiana State Chemist is charged with administering several agricultural laws involving animal feeds, fertilizers, pesticides and seeds. The goals of these laws are to ensure truth-in-labeling, food safety, user safety and the protection of our environment.Office of the Indiana State Chemist
Indiana State Climate Office
The Indiana State Climate Office (INClimate) is the state archive of official daily and hourly weather observations recorded throughout Indiana. INClimate maintains an online archive of many recent daily and hourly observations from both manual and automated networks. Older observations are being converted to an online database as part of an ongoing national effort.Indiana State Climate Office
Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative (CCSI)
CCSI promotes the adoption of science-based, farmer-proven practices through grassroots leadership. CCSI envisions an Indiana with healthy and productive soils, clean water, profitable and resilient agriculture, healthy, diverse ecosystems, and where our communities embrace a conservation ethic.Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative (CCSI)