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2021 White County Posts

August

Crops Field Day Returning to ACRE

Crops Field Day Returning to ACRE The annual Crops Field Day at ACRE (Agronomy Center for Research and Education located at 4530 US-52, West...

Purdue Releases Results of Farmland Value Survey

The annual Purdue Farmland Value and Cash Rent Survey was released recently, suggesting that farmland values across Indiana have risen to all-time...

Coping With Picky Eating

Lead by example: As a parent or caregiver, you are your child’s most important role model – especially when it comes to making healthy...

Purdue Advising Farmer's to Scout for Tar Spot in Corn

According to Purdue Field Crops Disease Specialist Darcy Telenko, it is important to continue to scout for diseases in both corn and soybeans in...

Preserve Your Food Safely

We have seen an increase in gardens, as people have had more time at home due to the pandemic, we have also seen an increase in food preservation....

July

Drier Weather Bringing on Pesky Lawn Weed

Rains over the last month have kept lawns green and flush, but if things dry up over the coming weeks, that growth will slow down, leaving room for...

Cloudy, Wet Weather May Increase Disease Pressure

What a difference a few weeks makes! One month ago, we were in the middle of a hot and dry summer with little rain in sight, but since then...

2021 White County 4-H Handbook

The 2021 White County 4-H Handbook contains all the rules and guidelines for 4-H, including individual project requirements.

Safe and Clean Hotel Check-In Checklist

Safe and Clean Hotel Check-In Checklist

Knee High by the 4th of July

Knee High by the 4th of July

June

2021 July August Newsletter

2021 July August Newsletter

Purdue Extension's Home Food Preservation course open for registration

Purdue Extension's Home Food Preservation course open for registration

Japanese Beetle Season Soon Upon Us

Japanese Beetle Season Soon Upon Us

Project Check in Requirements

Project Check in Requirements

Chicken and Food Poisoning

Chicken and Food Poisoning

What is the Likelihood of Drought Developing in Indiana?

What is the Likelihood of Drought Developing in Indiana?

Indiana Forage Council Hosts Inaugural Hoosier Hay Contest

The Indiana Forage Council (IFC), with assistance from Purdue Extension and SureTech Laboratories, is hosting a contest for Indiana producers who...

Using Paper Towel Alternatives

Next time you need to wipe up a spill or dust something, instead of reaching for a paper towel, consider using a cleaning cloth, a reusable...

Be Prepared for Ticks this Summer

Indiana certainly has its fair share of summer pests, most of which are simply an annoyance rather than actually being harmful. However, due to...

Physical Activity for a Healthy Weight

Why is Physical activity important? Regular physical activity is important for good health, and it’s especially important if...

Webinar to Discuss Carbon Sequestration and Agriculture

Questions about agriculture’s potential role in carbon sequestration are on many ag producers’ minds these days. Purdue agriculture...

How to Grill Safely

Food poisoning peaks in the summer months when warmer temperatures cause food-borne germs to flourish. Follow these steps for a safe and enjoyable...

May

Monticello Farmer's Market Dates

Just a friendly reminder that the Monticello Farmer’s Market is off and running and will be held every Saturday through October 2nd in the...

Learn How to Become a Certified UAV Pilot

Are you interested in becoming a Commercial Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) remote pilot or are already flying without the Federal Aviation...

Eating for Brain Health

We all have those days when we feel more forgetful than others. You may have heard that a number of factors can affect our memory including lack of...

Protect Yourself and Others You Care About from Fraud and Scams

There are several steps you can take to protect yourself and others from fraud and scams. Criminals and con artists use many scams to target...

Indiana Grazing School Coming to Clinton County

Livestock producers can get first-hand tips from experts on how to incorporate management-intensive grazing techniques during two-day seminars in...

Lawn Covered in Dandelions?

Lawn Covered in Dandelions?

Everyday handling of packaged food and fresh produce

Everyday handling of packaged food and fresh produce

Watching Drift and Bee-ing Aware

Watching Drift and Bee-ing Aware

Home Carpet Cleaning

Home Carpet Cleaning

April

Will Spring Freezes Have Lasting Effects

Will Spring Freezes Have Lasting Effects

Children Thrive Outside

Children Thrive Outside

Cleaning and Disinfecting Different Types of Surfaces

Cleaning and Disinfecting Different Types of Surfaces

Use Caution When Removing Ash Trees

Use Caution When Removing Ash Trees

Safe and Clean Spring Cleaning

Safe and Clean Spring Cleaning

The Pro's and Con's of Planting Early

The Pro's and Con's of Planting Early

Gardening Outlook for this Spring

Gardening Outlook for this Spring

Bleach Dos and Don'ts

Bleach is a powerful disinfectant that can help protect against the spread of COVID-19, but it needs to be used correctly. Whether you’re...

Rabbit Animal Health Advisory

Rabbit Animal Health Advisory

FairEntry Instructions

FairEntry Instructions

2021 Virtual Ag Day

2021 Virtual Ag Day

March

Don't be Duped by Misleading Package Labeling

Don't be Duped by Misleading Package Labeling

Sheep and Meat Goat DNA

Sheep and Meat Goat DNA

Bookmark These Websites Before Spring!

Purdue University is world-renowned for the research and education that takes place in its school of agriculture. However, oftentimes overlooked,...

Mealtime Routines and Tips

Mealtime Routines and Tips

4-H Volunteer Information

4-H Volunteer Information

Comforter and Bedding Cleaning

Comforter and Bedding Cleaning

Report What's in Your Rain Gauge, Contribute to Science

Report What's in Your Rain Gauge, Contribute to Science

4-H Bottle Calf Project

4-H Bottle Calf Project

4-H Online Animal Identification

4-H Online Animal Identification

The Aromas of Spring

The Aromas of Spring

Cleaning Reusables

Cleaning Reusables

February

March/April 2021 4-H Newsletter

March/April 2021 4-H Newsletter

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