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Agricultural Economics/Farm Management/Business

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Agriculture, General

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Ag & Biological Engineering

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Agronomy/Crops

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Animals/Livestock

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Aquaculture/Farm Ponds

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Diseases/Insects/Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

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Forestry/Natural Resources/Wildlife

*Note that some mushrooms are poisonous! Don't eat unless you know! If in doubt, identification by a professional mycologist is recommended. You may contact Purdue Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory (P&PDL) for analysis. The Purdue Extension office can assist you in sending in a sample to P&PDL for identification ($11 fee). The local Extension office cannot determine edible/non-edible mushrooms in-house.

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Grants & Financial Assistance

Note that other funding sources (primarily in the form of loans) may be available from USDA Farm Service Agency (see your local USDA Service Center), Farm Credit Mid-America, banks or other lending institutions.

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Horticulture: Garden, Lawn & Landscape

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Indiana Links

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Pesticides & Pesticide Application

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Purdue University websites

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U.S. Department of Agriculture

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Water Quality

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Weather, Being Prepared

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Weeds

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Updated 7/27/21

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