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2021 Agriculture and Natural Resources News

News articles, news releases, and newsletters for 2021

     See 2021 news articles and news releases under "Related Files" below. Past articles can be found in news archives.

     Newsletters: See Whitley County Newsletters (includes all program areas)

     News archives: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014

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Related Files

Three New Year’s Resolutions for Homeowners (1.4.21)
Pasture Management and Upcoming Free Field Day (1.11.21)
Understanding Gardening Terms (1.18.21)
Sighting Coyotes – What Should you Do? (1.25.21)
Statewide Annies Project (1.22.21)
Virtual Master Gardener Basic Training on Tap this Spring (1.25.21)
Once Popular Landscape Selection Found to be Invasive (2.1.21)
Periodical Cicadas – Unhurried but Reliable Metamorphosis (2.8.21)
What is the Perfect Nitrogen Rate for Corn? (2.15.21)
Plan Your Garden (2.22.21)
Look for Invasive Species (3.1.21)
Oh, Thunderation. Moles! (3.8.21)
Plan Your Landscape Planting (3.15.21)
I Found Something Strange in my Garden (3.22.21)
Woodland Owners to Learn Practical Management Strategies (3.19.21)
3-Part Series Aims to Help you Grow Healthy Plants with Healthy Soils (3.25.21)
Highlights of Recent Agricultural Production (3.26.21)
Early Lawn Activities to Consider (4.5.21)
Lawn Activities to Avoid Early in the Season (4.12.21)
Be Patient with Slow-Moving Equipment During Planting Season (4.19.21)
Periodical Cicadas – Are you Ready? (4.26.21)
How Does Your Landscape Look After the Freeze? (5.3.21)
Protect Ash Now from Emerald Ash Borer (5.10.21)
Dealing with Ants (5.17.21)
Low Perceived Risk for Head Scab of Wheat (5.24.21)
Seek Small Bagworms on Evergreens (5.31.21)
Poison Ivy - Let it Be (6.7.21)
NEPAC Crop Diagnostic Workshop Set for June 22
Preventing Mechanical Damage to Trees (6.14.21)
Field Day Will Demonstrate Pros and Cons of Organic Grain (6.15.21)
Purdue Extension Master Gardener Program Seeking New Crop of Volunteers (6.15.21)
Recognizing the Importance of Pollinators (6.21.21)
Japanese Beetles are Emerging (6.28.21)
Take Great Care with Yew Trimmings (7.5.21)
Assessing Lighter Green Soybeans (7.12.21)
What’s Eating My Garden Plants? (7.19.21)
What Tree Should I Choose? (7.26.21)
New Invasive Insect Pest Found in Indiana (8.2.21)
Plan to Attend Aug. 26 Pond Clinic (8.5.21)
Plan to Attend Aug. 26 NEPAC Field Day (8.5.21)
August is National Tree Check Month (8.9.21)
More Cicadas? (8.16.21)

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