Agronomy Grows Here
Agronomy at Purdue University provides global leadership in the plant genetics, plant physiology, meteorology, soil and water sciences to enhance the quality of life through agronomic education that results from discovery, education and engagement.
Agronomy is the core of all agricultural sciences. The management of soil and water, with a view to achieving production of high yielding varieties is exclusively an agronomic domain. Among all the variances in agriculture, agronomy occupies a pivotal position. Similar to agriculture, agronomy is an integrated and applied aspect of different disciplines of pure sciences.
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Upcoming Agronomy Events
In September, the College of Agriculture announced 10 faculty members who will serve as...
In a small town in rural Colombia, Diana Escamilla Sanchez’s grandfather raised coffee,...
Instead of relying solely on nitrogen in the soil, soybeans and many other legumes can pull...