Noble County news releases and news articles
See 2015 second quarter ag and natural resources newsletter.
Winter wheat growers need to start scouting their fields and planning to control weeds that have survived the winter, say two Purdue Extension weed scientists.
The 2015 Crop Outlook Webinar is a free webinar hosted by Purdue's Center for Commercial Agriculture that will take place on Wednesday, April 1, from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. EDT.
Ready, set, GO! Spring is upon us and those who are the designated lawn or landscape person in their household are ready to do something outside. Some things should be done now, but things like weed control and fertilization for most homeowners can wait a while, and in most cases rolling can be eliminated.
One of the most recognizable plants that pop up in lawns throughout northern Indiana is the dandelion. To most homeowners, they would say it's a weed. To naturalists in the reading audience, they would say that there are many things you can make with dandelions. For homeowners who consider dandelion a weed, here are a few facts and tips on controlling dandelions.
A program for farmers will help participants understand integrated pest management, records of pesticide applications, and spray adjuvants. On Wednesday, April 8, 2015, Purdue Extension in Noble County will sponsor a Private Applicator Recertification Program (PARP) at the Noble County Extension Office, 2090 North State Rd 9, Albion, IN.

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