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

   

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Purdue Crop Chat Podcast

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purdue pest & crop newsletter

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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

Top Stories

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Agronomy in the News
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Top Stories

Against a black backdrop, three dozen egg carton are neatly arranged to surround many loose brown eggs
Butcher Block adds eggs from chickens fed orange corn

The Boilermaker Butcher Block’s selections will now include farm fresh eggs laid by Purdue...

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Nicholas Gallina
Nicholas Gallina - Graduate Ag Research Spotlight

If it’s one thing Nick Gallina knows, it’s the value of perseverance. Growing up in...

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Machine-learning model demonstrates effect of public breeding on rice yields in climate change

Climate change, extreme weather events, unprecedented records in temperatures and higher, acidic...

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Gebisa Ejeta in a field
Ejeta to receive Purdue University’s highest award from President Chiang

Last October, 2009 World Food Prize Winner Gebisa Ejeta received the highest scientific honor...

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Haley Rogers
Former Retail Manager Uses Purdue’s Agronomy e-Learning Classes to Help Her Manage Her Family’s Agricultural Construction Business

Learning the science behind farming helped Haley adapt to a new role in her family-owned...

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Rehabilitation through cultivation—from incarceration to Master Gardeners

When he thinks of his childhood, Jacobo Mora recalls rows of fruit trees and colorful squash at...

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