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Welcome to Agronomy Extension!

The Agronomy Extension group is diverse in its educational efforts. We represent interest areas of crop (corn, soybean, small grains, forages, canola) management, turf management, crop variety testing, crop diagnostics, soil fertility, soil management, environmental soil science, soil conservation, water quality, waste management, waste disposal, large area remote sensing, soil interpretation, and land use planning.

Information resources that address the current severe drought situation with Indiana's agronomic crops can be found at: http://www.kingcorn.org/cafe/drought

Links to information about a wide range of agronomic topics and publications are listed along the sidebar column of the right side of this page.

 

Featured Articles:

 
 
 

Featured Resources: 

Chat 'n Chew Cafe: an up-to-date "menu" with the latest crop production newsletters and news releases compiled from universities and other public Web sites across the U.S.

Purdue Turf Tips: is a blog with timely turf information from Purdue Turf Faculty and Staff. New turf tips will be added regularly during the growing season.


Featured Events:

Indiana Forage Council annual meeting hosted April 24


 

Featured Videos:

Your Lawn in Times of Drought

 

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Earthworm & Daikon Radish Cover Crop Video

 

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Agronomy Extension Coordinator:  

Brad C Joern
Professor of Agronomy 

Phone: 765.494.9767
Fax: 765.496.2926
Office: Lilly 3-317