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Grad student Chloe Richard on a tractor.

Behind the Research: Chloe Richard

A blanket of snow covers the Agricultural Administration Building.

College of Agriculture welcomes three new faculty members this spring

Jeanine Arana holding plants in Purdue Ag greenhouse

Jeanine Arana - Graduate Ag Research Spotlight

Professor Aaron Patton in a greenhouse with plants.

Horticulture and landscape architecture professor honored by Crop Science Society of America

Becky Stevenon working in a lab with a student

Behind the Research: Becky Stevenson

Apples hang from a tree at Meigs Purdue Ag Center.

Purdue continues the pursuit of the “perfect” apple


Purdue Student Farm provides apples, grapes and more to CSA members

A Jack O'Lantern pumpkin variety hides beneath vines at the Purdue Student Farm.

Indiana’s fall pumpkin yields could vary, depending on summer rainfall, irrigation

group of people in front of garden

Purdue Student Farm collaborates with campus cultural centers

Josi Lambert working on a flower arrangement

Destination Career: Entrepreneurs pursue unique combination while serving their community

Skewers of chicken and vegetables cook atop a grill.

Avoid getting grilled by summer cuisine prices

Students care for gardens at the Student Farm.

Keeping plants happy through heat waves

Two men speak in corn field.

Learn in the field with Purdue

Sophia Mears, a junior majoring in horticulture, churns the composting barrel at the Purdue Student Farm.

Home composting can decrease what goes into landfills

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

Image of a woman decorating the landscape with pink flowers

From space to place: how landscape architecture students are rethinking Purdue’s campus

Picture on the left Levon Esters and at the right Haley Oliver

Second Year for the Boilermaker Vegetable Season Pass

Purdue College of Agriculture.

Contaminated leafy greens turn purple

Enrique Velasco surrounded by plants

Student’s research improves nutrition and food safety

Images from the year's top stories

Purdue Agriculture’s 21 most-read stories of 2021


Four steps for thriving indoor plants

black and white photo of a farm and field

HLA course unpacks roots of structural racism in American agriculture

Small plants in grow pots

Colombian students form tight-knit community to navigate graduate school

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