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The Purdue Crop Performance Program has issued its 2015 corn and soybean bulletin, a resource to help Indiana farmers select the most effective hybrids for their specific growing conditions
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Tim Galema, a West Lafayette greenhouse owner, is part of a Purdue research study examining the use of LEDs. The lights use less power, produce less heat, and have the potential to give his business a competitive advantage.
Experts from the Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture will lead a webinar Dec. 8 to help farmers determine how to balance the costs of long-term cash rents with declining operating revenue.
Cassens Christmas Trees
The debate over rather the use of a real tree or an artificial tree is better for the environment continues, especially as the Holiday season nears. Purdue FNR Professor of Wood Products Dan Cassens weighs the pros and cons of each.
PMU Tree
Your real tree, once cut, is like fresh fruit in regards to its useful life expectancy. Purdue FNR Professor of Wood Products Dan Cassen goes over the care needed to preserve your Christmas tree and keep it looking fresh and healthy.
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It's Thanksgiving, and here's one thing I'm thankful for: the Legislative Services Agency's county property tax reports for 2015. You can find them on the General Assembly's website at Click on "Publications," then "Property Tax Studies."
Karner Blue Butterfly
What do butterflies and the novel Lolita have in common? The answer is that Vladimir Nabokov, the author, was a lepidopterist - a person with an interest in butterflies and/or moths.

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