Purdue's International Programs in Agriculture helps developing countries overcome challenges in production, food security and nutrition, and improve their economies.
Small farmers are taking advantage of a growing trend and finding innovative ways to market their products and grow their local economies.
Attracting students strong in STEM subjects is key to finding the next generation of plant scientists.
Purdue Extension is helping producers learn about irrigation and whether it's right for their operations.
Some of the newest agriscience teachers in Indiana are 4-H teens. They're part of a national program in which the teens learn how biotechnology works and the teach the fundamentals to younger students.