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Purdue Field Day participants listen and learn from Purdue Botany and Plant Pathology experts.

Cutting-edge weed research tour and info sessions offered at Purdue Weed Science Field Day

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Purdue-led USDA project aims to double impact of climate-smart Corn Belt agriculture

Joshua Widhalm

A track record of scholarly excellence: Widhalm named 2023 University Faculty Scholar


Registration is now open for upcoming Purdue Small Farm Education Field Day

Steve Hallett

Visionaries: Professor promotes the value of hands-on learning

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Purdue College of Agriculture joins $30.8 million USDA Food for Progress project to address root causes of migration in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras

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Purdue Extension needs your help growing food for science

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Boilermaker Vegetable Season Pass returns for 2023 season

Cary Fatemehlo

New LED strategies could make vertical farming more productive, less costly

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

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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

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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

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