Visit the horticultural exhibits at the Indiana State Fair Aug. 1-17. Bring gardening questions to the Purdue Master Gardener booth in the DuPont Food Pavilion.
April weather outlook: No major changes in weather patterns
Lower insect populations have led to minor crop damage this summer, but a Purdue Extension entomologist says farmers should still watch for anomalies when scouting.
Indiana farmers who had to wait through a month of seemingly never-ending rain that kept them out of their fields are now getting caught up in planting their crops.
Dry conditions and a record-setting heat wave have started to stress young, Midwestern corn plants, according to a Purdue Extension agronomist.