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Are you ready to enroll in 4-H? Online enrollment is available now until January 15. You will have the opportunity to add or drop projects through May 15. We really want to encourage you to accomplish the online enrollment now.
Bi-State Programs
Bi State Ag Programs Crops Conference - December 1, Gardening Conference - January 28
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Scholarships available in Warren County Learn more about 4-H Scholarships that are awarded to 4-Hers in grades 10 - one year post high school. Resume building, where to find money for college, hints and tips will all be explored during the hour and a half session. Date: November 19, Warren County Learning Center, 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Call 762-3231 to secure your spot!
The Purdue Master Gardener Program is an integral part of the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service and provides the citizens of Indiana a chance to grow. The program provides a learning framework for participants to increase their knowledge on a wide variety of horticultural subjects. After completion of classes, participants volunteer, representing Purdue University. They help others grow by sharing knowledge while providing leadership and service in educational gardening
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Beautiful fall days have been coming our way. The sun is bright and the mornings are cool. Days like these make working outside a joy. Clean your windows so your family will have a great view of the snow when it arrives. Get your home winterized and ready for the cold weather. Caulk your windows and clean your gutters. Clean out your flower beds and gardens and put the plants in your compost. While working inside changing your summer clothing items out for winter items, take time to get ri
Weeds Testing for Suspect Populations of Herbicide - Resistant Weeds Insects, Mites, and Nematodes Corn Earworm Trap Report Western Bean Cutworm Trap Report Bits & Pieces Irrigation Scheduling for the End of the Season Weather Update Moisture and Temperature Accumulations
Results of a new Purdue University survey show farmland values across Indiana fell in the past year, in line with a slight pullback analysts anticipated after a decade-long rally. "The results are about what we expected," says Michael Langemeier, Purdue agricultural economist and farmland value specialist. "There were no large surprises." According to the Purdue Land Value and Cash Rent Survey, prices for the state's top-quality farmland declined by 5.1%, from an average of $9,765 an acre in 2

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