Agricultural researchers generate vast amounts of data. Little of it is shared with peers or accessible to the public. A diverse group of scientists led by Sylvie Brouder, a Purdue University professor of agronomy, is calling for change and proposing the infrastructure to make it happen.
Farmer sentiment weakens amid increasing marketing risk concerns and continued uncertainty around tariffs
Uncertainty looms behind a weakened Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer reading in February, with producers less optimistic about current conditions and the commodity price outlook. The barometer, which is based on a survey of 400 U.S. agricultural producers, declined 7 points to a reading of 136, down from 143 in January.
Eight years ago, the Purdue Wine Grape Team asked Indiana residents and tourists to “Try On Traminette,” the state’s first signature wine. On April 1, the team will launch a new marketing campaign for Traminette encouraging consumers to make this versatile white wine their go-to choice for everyday and special occasions.
A June workshop will provide Indiana's private woodland owners with the information and skills needed to implement management practices to benefit the wide range of wildlife species that call those forests home.
A College of Engineering alumnus famous for his 'one small step' will be honored through a new program intended to bolster Purdue University’s impactful engineering research, engagement and education.
Purdue University’s Tick INsiders program is looking for 50 Indiana high school students and other Indiana residents willing to roll down their sleeves to get involved in a citizen science project.
Don’t let the name mislead you: Purdue Road School isn’t just about roads.