Purdue Extension is starting a program that will provide training and resources on "rainscaping" practices used in residential gardens or small-scale public spaces to reduce pollution from runoff. Most rain that falls on roofs, driveways, roads, and parking lots flows directly to our waterways instead of being soaked up by plants.
It is easy to check fruit buds for damage by cutting open the bud and looking for dark brown or black centers. Our Purdue Extension fruit specialists put together these videos to help you assess the status of your fruit plants.
With the start of tax season, security experts are reminding everyone to be on the lookout for perennial scams targeting unsuspecting taxpayers.
For example, individuals may receive tax-related phishing emails that link to bogus websites designed to trick recipients into disclosing personal information.
Information on trips, 4-H camp, other activities available through State & County 4-H
Current newsletter for everything Agriculture and Natural Resources in Johnson County.
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Purdue University women innovators and entrepreneurs are making a strong statement about their role as faculty members, students, administrators and entrepreneurs. From biomedical engineering to speech sciences to clothing designs, Purdue's entrepreneurially minded leaders are making life better across the globe.