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Purdue weed science field day could help cut costs, boost yields

Facing increasingly uncertain market conditions, producers looking to refine weed control and protect crop yield are encouraged to attend the Purdue Weed Science Team’s annual educational field day.

Meigs high tunnel field day to help growers boost production

A July 18 field day will offer a variety of information for producers interested in learning more about high-tunnel production of cantaloupes, cucumbers and tomatoes.

Accepting applications for Economic Gardening program

The Purdue Center for Regional Development is accepting applications from companies that are interested in growing their business. The Economic Gardening program provides tools for business growth on four strategic issues — core business strategy, market intelligence, qualified leads, and leadership and management team development.

Eryn Sale Promise‘It changed my life’: Program helping low-income Indiana students succeed

Growing up, Eryn Sale experienced firsthand how mental illness can affect a family.

Urban agriculture workshops to help producers learn, network

Purdue Extension-Marion County has launched its first series of urban agriculture workshops designed to help urban gardeners and farmers add to their skill set while networking with other growers.

Military vetsHungry veterans need help. Here’s how communities can provide it.

Nearly one in four U.S. veterans faces hunger. These are the people who have served overseas, responded to disaster areas and sworn to protect their country.

ISA to host sheep improvement seminar and tour

The Indiana Sheep Association will host a National Sheep Improvement Program (NSIP) educational seminar and farm tour June 15 at Tippecanoe Valley High School in Akron, and Hidden Valley Polypays Farm in Rochester.

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