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Farmers should start to consider winter annual weed burndown

Farmers need to start scouting their fields for winter annual weeds and making decisions about spring burndown herbicide applications, a Purdue Extension weed scientist says.

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Patience is key for farmers ready to till, plant fields

Farmers who are antsy to get into their fields to complete tillage operations and plant corn should do their best to stay patient, two Purdue Extension agronomists say.

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Purdue, Radio Disney Indianapolis team up on STEM effort

Purdue University and Radio Disney Indianapolis are teaming up to bring STEM awareness to area students.

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Hurt: WASDE report eases fear of low crop prices

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's April 9 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates continued a series of recent reports that have offered corn and soybean producers a more optimistic grain-price outlook than what was expected for most of the winter, Purdue Extension agricultural economist Chris Hurt says.

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Don't delay: Read these tips for tax procrastinators

Jason Stanfield, a lecturer in accounting at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management and a CPA, offers some last-minute tips for those who still haven't filed their 2013 taxes.

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Seminar to discuss quality forages, quality meat for producers

Forage and livestock producers who want to learn about the role forage quality plays in meat quality can attend the Indiana Forage Council seminar.

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Milk Quality Conference to include producer panel, digesters information

Indiana Milk Quality Professionals Inc. will present a conference April 15-16 to provide up-to-date information and educational support for dairy industry professionals involved in improving the quality of milk produced in Indiana.

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