NEPAC has both rolling and level topography typical of Northeastern Indiana. Soils at this
location are the Morley-Glynwood and the Morley-Rawson Associations, which consist of loam, sandy loam, and clay loam soils typical of this part of the state.
Because this part of the state is unlike any other in Indiana, agricultural research conducted at NEPAC transfers more readily to local producers than do similar studies conducted at other locations in Indiana.
Agronomic research has been conducted by members of the Departments of Agronomy, Entomology, and Botany & Plant Pathology.
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