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2016

Spring 2016 AgriculturesSpring 2016 Issue

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On the cover: Purdue entomologist Cate Hill is the lead investigator on a team of nearly 100 scientists from around the world who sequenced the tick genome. That signals a new era in research to better understand ticks and the diseases they carry.



2015

Fall 2015 AgriculturesFall 2015 Issue

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On the cover: Purdue Extension shows military veterans a way to a new career—in farming.



Spring 2015 AgriculturesSpring 2015 Issue

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On the cover: Vitamin A deficiency is a major health concern in the developing world. Agronomists use natural selection and breeding methods to develop orange corn high in vitamin A carotenoids.



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Senior students in Purdue University's Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering got a sense for the professional work they might encounter after graduation.

Winter 2015 AgriculturesWinter 2015 Issue

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On the cover: Purdue's Plant Sciences Research and Education Pipeline is an investment in Smarter Agriculture™. It draws expertise from across campus, including, (front row) researcher Mitch Tuinstra, Senior Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Affairs and pipeline coordinator Karen Plaut, graduate student Zhou Zhang, UAV specialist Sean Henady, (back row) graduate student Garett Pignotti, Glenn W. Sample Dean of Agriculture Jay Akridge, researchers Keith Cherkauer and Bob Pruitt, graduate student Ben Hall, ACRE superintendent Jim Beaty and researcher Katy Rainey



2014

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Every day we see how agriculture affects our world in numerous ways. This issue of Agricultures showcases this breadth—from research labs to classes on the Purdue campus and from urban centers to cattle farms around the state.



Spring 2014 Agricultures

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This special issue of Agricultures showcases some of the ways that Purdue Agriculture and Purdue Extension programs are giving new life to rural Indiana.



Panelist Wally Tyner, the James and Lois Ackerman Professor of Agricultural Economics.
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Scientists should report their findings in matters of social controversy with reasoned, objective analysis to help government and industry use their research in the public's best interest.





Terry Fleck
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The food industry must openly demonstrate to consumers that it has their best interests in mind as the public becomes increasingly wary of government and big business, research by an organization dedicated to building confidence and trust in the food system shows.




2013

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Agricultures - Fall 2013 Issue

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Advances in agricultural research at Purdue are essential to overcome production obstacles both at home and abroad and to help ensure a plentiful and safe food supply for a growing population.



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Through the Grapevine gives you the insider's eye on Indiana grapes and wines. Follow this multimedia series, updated each Tuesday, and explore a host of viticulture and enology topics.

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Agricultures - Spring 2013 Issue

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This Agricultures issue features Purdue Agriculture discovery, learning and engagement​ programs that improve food security, increase farm income, and teach modern crop and livestock science at home and abroad.







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Agricultures - Winter 2013 Online Issue

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Vol. 3, No. 2, Winter 2000
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1999

Vol. 3, No. 1, Summer 1999
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1998

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