Agronomy Extension

What We Do

The mission of the Purdue Agronomy Extension group is to develop, integrate, and extend agronomic information and technology that is timely and relevant to the agricultural and environmental concerns of our diverse clientele from Indiana, the nation, and the international community.


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Contact Us

Agronomy Extension
915 W State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907
(765) 494-4783


Upcoming DTC Events

Purdue Crop Chat Podcast


purdue pest & crop newsletter


Pest&Crop newsletter provides timely field crops information on pest problems, crop development issues, and weather events.  

Pest&Crop newsletter is issued weekly throughout the crop-growing season to assist “pest managers” in making effective, economic, and environmentally sound pest management strategies.

Top Stories

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Home composting can decrease what goes into landfills

Before throwing that banana peel “away,” Karen Mitchell wants you to consider where...

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Long-range networks facilitate convenient producer data collection

Farming has forever and will always require efficiency and vigilance. Producers have long looked...

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Entomology professor explains how homeowners, gardeners can help bee populations thrive

If bees ever ceased to exist, humans would be in deep trouble, says entomology professor and...

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Unsung Diversity Hero Awards honor those who’ve gone above and beyond

Founded in 2018, the Unsung Diversity Hero Award is presented annually to a faculty member, staff...

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ID that Indiana Tree with Purdue Extension

Spring is in full bloom and trees are beginning to look green again. Learning how to identify...

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