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Category 14 (Fertilizer Management) Certification

Tar Spot; Photo: Darcy Telenko

Corn Yield Robber: Tar Spot

Tar Spot; Photo: Darcy Telenko

Grant County Extension Express

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Dubois County Residential Connection

Our Residential Connection lists information, events, and tips geared toward residential interests of home owners in Dubois and surrounding counties.

Hamilton County 4-H Fall Break 2021 Day Camps

Open to all youth in grades 3 - 6 in Hamilton County. Camps are offered October 18 - 20, 2021 / 9:00 AM TO 3:30 PM at the Hamilton County 4-H...

September - October Extension Express

Purdue Extension Vermillion County discusses what has corrured over the past couple of months including: Enrollment, Story Steam, Fall Break Fun...

October Newsletter

Noble County Extension Showcase October 2021 Newsletter HHS, ANR and 4-H Newsletter

4-H Fall Spooktacular

Stop by the Wells County 4-H Fall Spooktacular to enjoy games, prizes, food stands, a spooky forest walk, and to learn more about what 4-H is and...

DeKalb Co. 4-H Handbook

You can find most information regarding the 4-H program here in the 4-H Handbook.

Deer Season in Full Swing, Check Out the FNR Resources

Hunters have been busy preparing food plots, hanging tree stands and working on their marksmanship skills in hopes for getting that buck of a...

Junior Leaders - Exploration Acres Trip

Join the Carroll Co. 4-H Junior Leaders for a fun trip to Exploration Acres. Junior Leaders from Carroll, Cass, Clinton and White will come...

Hamilton County Extension Homemakers Pie Fundraiser

The Hamilton County Extension Homemakers will once again be selling Wick’s Pies. These are great to have for the holidays, as they keep in...

Fall Time Fruits

There are many things that make fall time in Indiana great. One of those things is the drastic change in leaf color that can be seen while driving...

ANR Newsletter September 2021

ANR Newsletter September 2021

HHS Newsletter

The Busy Bee Bugle September 2021

CADA Awards Luncheon

Please join CADA as they recognize individuals and organizations who stand out in the fight against addiction in Wells County.

Become a Certified UAV Pilot

Purdue Extension offers FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Test Preparation Course

Extension Homemaker Holiday Happenings

The Wells County Extension Homemakers invite you to joint them for a fun holiday demonstration on how to make a Thanksgiving centerpiece and a...

WHITLEY COUNTY 4-H AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

Every year the Whitley County 4-H Program has various awards and scholarships available for its 4-H members to apply for. Listed below is a...

Indiana farm fatality summary stresses importance of farm safety

Purdue University’s Agricultural Safety and Health Program released the annual Indiana Farm Fatality Summary with Historical Overview,...

2021 Learn to Burn Workshop

Learn to Burn: Grassland Management Workshop – October 20 A Grassland Management Workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, October 20th, from...

Clay County 4-H Program - Need to find something on 4-H? You're in the right spot!!

Clay County 4-H Program Information

Beginner's Guide to Grant Writing in Lake County

Want to learn more about writing proposals for upcoming grant competitions? Register and attend one of these workshops offered by Purdue Extension!!!

Taking Care of Potted Plants in Fall

Taking Care of Potted Plants in Fall What To Do with Garden Tomatoes with Courtney Schmidt, Sarah Badger, and Patty Cole

September - October Knox County Extension Newsletter

Read what Purdue Extension Knox County has been up to!

Fall Armyworm Attacks

It’s gone. They ate everything. Nothing is left. Those are words used to describe the destruction caused by fall armyworms recently in Putnam...

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Indiana corn's tar spot epidemic could result in significant yield loss

The tar spot disease in field corn is causing concern this season across the Midwest, including Indiana. Purdue Extension’s field crop...

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