If you need information about the drought, drought relief, or other related topics, visit Purdue's Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN).
The Climate Prediction Center can be a valuable resource in times of uncertainty about weather.
The Indiana Soybean Alliance website includes news about soy uses, biofuels, grain marketing, livestock, research, and much more.
Questions about cash rents or land values? Try this Purdue Agricultural Economics Report.
The Purdue Publications Store has extensive resources on all facets of agriculture, including agronomy, botany and plant pathology, animal sciences, entomology, forestry and natural resources, to name a few.
As always, the United States Department of Agriculture is the last word on government regulations and policies. Visit the USDA at www.usda.gov
For information specific to Indiana on fertilizers, seed, and, especially, pesticides, go to the website for the Office of the Indiana State Chemist at www.isco.purdue.edu/
eXtension.org is a valuable website full of information gleaned from Extension offices all over the United States. The Farm Section includes information on corn and soybean production, organic agriculture, pest management in and around structures, and wildlife damage management.
Visit the Indiana State Climate Office at Purdue.
Find out when a Pesticide Certification Program is offered in your area by going to Purdue's PARP Events web page.
Click on the logo to visit the Purdue Women in Agriculture website.
Are you looking forward to buying or selling farm-fresh produce, meats, baked goods, and flowers? Click here to find a farmers' market in your area.
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