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2019 Agriculture and Natural Resources News - Whitley County

February 8, 2019

News articles, news releases, and newsletters for 2019

     See 2019 news articles and news releases below under "Related Files" below.

     Newsletters: See Whitley County Newsletters (includes all program areas)

     News archives: 2018, 2017201620152014

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Related Files

Purdue Brings Back Short Courses (1.7.19) Come to the Fort Wayne Farm Show (1.11.19) Using Dicamba Products in 2019 (1.21.19) Landscape Trees after Winter Ice and Snow Storms (1.28.19) Some Farm Animal Babies Have Unusual Names (2.4.19) Enjoy Firewood, Manage Insects (2.11.19) What can you do to Curb Invasive Species? (2.18.19) Look out for Tar Spot of Corn in 2019 (2.25.19) Voles, not Moles (3.4.19) Weathering the Storm in Agriculture: How to Cultivate a Productive Mindset (3.1.19) Approaching Important Management Period for Wheat (3.11.19) Early Lawn Activities to Consider (3.18.19) Lawn Activities to Avoid Early in the Season (3.25.19) Woodland Owners Can Learn to Manage Forests, Invasive Species (3.26.19) Have a Farm Disaster Plan (4.1.19) Scout Alfalfa Now (4.4.19) Be on the Lookout for Ticks (4.15.19) Growing Rhubarb (4.22.19) Growing Strawberries (4.29.19) Beef Producers Look to Harvest Quality Hay, Obtain BQA Certification (5.6.19) Managing Garlic Mustard (5.13.19) Ten Easy Ways to Kill a Tree (5.20.19) Learning Opportunities at Field Days and Workshops (5.27.19) Cool, Wet Spring Favors Common Tree Disease (6.3.19) Potential Crisis for Oaks in Indiana (6.6.19) Purdue Extension Master Gardener Program Seeking New Crop of Volunteers (6.14.19) Inspect and Treat Now for Bagworms (6.17.19) Weed Control in the Garden and Landscape (6.24.19) Shoo Fly (7.1.19) NEPAC Aug. 22 Field Day (7.2.19) Is Your Evergreen Looking Sick? (7.8.19) Possible Diseases if Your Evergreen Looks Sick (7.15.19) Dealing with Mosquitoes Around the Home (7.22.19) Getting Started with Cover Crops (7.29.19) Deadline Extended for Application to Purdue Master Gardener Basic Training (8.2.19) Attend NEPAC Field Day Aug. 22 (8.5.19) The Terrific Tomato (8.12.19) Home Orchards Require Care (8.19.19) Now is the Time to Improve your Home Lawn (8.26.19) This Fly Acts Tough, But it's Harmless (9.2.19) Spiders: Good or Bad? (9.9.19) Farm Safety Involves Everyone at Harvest (9.16.19) Find Answers at Purdue Extension (9.30.19) State Seed Administrator Offers Info to Potential Hemp Growers (10.7.19) Choosing a Great Pumpkin (10.14.19) Find an Alternative to Burning Leaves (10.21.19) Don't Guess, Soil Test (10.28.19) Private Applicators: Check Your License (11.4.19) Winterize Your Trees (11.11.19) Adding Points of Winter Interest in Your Landscape (11.18.19) Expert Recommends You Prepare Your Spring Garden This Fall (11.25.19) Can You Plant a Living Christmas Tree After Christmas? (12.2.19) Considerations When Choosing a Real Christmas Tree (12.9.19)

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