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2022 News Archive - Agriculture and Natural Resources, Whitley County

Archives from prior years can be found here.

2022 News articles, news releases, and newsletters

News Articles

6/27/22   Understanding Agriculture: Poultry

6/20/22   Understanding Agriculture: Dairy

6/13/22   Understanding Agriculture – Growing Hay

6/6/22   Understanding Agriculture – Growing Wheat

5/30/22   Understanding Agriculture – Growing Soybeans

5/23/22   Understanding Agriculture – Growing Corn

5/16/22   Purdue Experts Urge Scouting for High-Risk Seedling Corn Soon

5/9/22   Holes in Tree Trunks

5/2/22   You Have a Honey Bee Swarm? Stay Calm and Call a Beekeeper (Part 2)

4/25/22   You Have a Honey Bee Swarm? Stay Calm and Call a Beekeeper (Part 1)

4/21/22   Purdue Extension Offers Program to First Responders Involving Emergency Animal Management

4/18/22   Select an Appropriate Tree to Plant on Arbor Day

4/11/22   Ticks Should Not Be Trifled With

4/4/22   Be Patient on Roads During Planting Season

3/28/22   Identifying Trees

3/21/22   Preventing Crabgrass

3/14/22   Voles!

3/7/22   Moles!

2/28/22   Invasive Species Week Shines Light on Troublesome Species

2/21/22   Farm Animal Baby Names – Are You Kidding?

2/14/22   Enjoy Firewood, but Insects May Emerge

2/7/22   Dealing with Winter Damage of Trees and Shrubs

1/31/22   Highlights of Recent Agricultural Production

1/24/22   Should I Plan to Add Sulfur to Crops?

1/17/22   Hotbeds and Cold Frames

1/10/22   Starting Seeds Indoors

 1/3/22   Purdue Extension Resources and Programs

 

News Releases

6/22/22   Purdue Extension Master Gardener Program Seeking New Crop of Volunteers

6/14/22   Plan to Attend Aug. 25 NEPAC Field Day

6/10/22   Purdue Extension to host June 21 Seed Treatment Workshop

2/4/22   Program to Help Farm Managers and Small Business Owners Become an ‘Employer of Choice’

1/10/22   Purdue Extension to Offer ‘Mental Health First Aid’

 1/3/22   2022 Fort Wayne Farm Show

 

Newsletters (include all program areas)

Whitley County Extension Newsletters

  

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