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On-Farm Demonstrations in WHIN Region 2021 Report

2021-demonstrations-report-cover-image.jpgPurdue Extension specialists continue to work with producers within the WHIN region to conduct on-farm demonstrations to help answer specific questions they have regarding their farm operation.

Funded by the LEI Grant, Purdue Digital Agriculture Extension Coordinator John Scott partnered with extension educators and producers on precision agriculture projects in the WHIN counties of Montgomery, Clint and Carroll counties, as well as some additional demonstrations throughout central Indiana.

Find the complete On-Farm Demonstrations 2021 report here. The report allows readers to see some of the issues producers across the WHIN region and beyond are looking to address in their fields.

“We are looking to not only continue these on-farm demonstrations but expand them to additional producers across the WHIN region,” said Scott. “We are already working with producers to set up on-farm demonstrations for the 2022 growing season.”

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