Email List Providing News Updates From Around The U.S. Corn Belt

Dan Quinn, Extension Corn Specialist for Purdue University will continue to provide weekly updates of timely newsletter articles for various land-grant institutions around the U.S. corn belt (Image 1). This list will provide a “one stop shop” approach for new crop management information from various universities. If you would like to be added to the email list to receive these weekly updates and links to various informative articles, feel free to reach out to Dr. Quinn at his email (djquinn@purdue.edu) and I will make sure you are added to the list. My website is https://thekernel.info. I will post all of my information, news and updates on this site as well.

 

Image 1: Example of links to various articles written each week from various universities which will be sent out through the email list.

Image 1: Example of links to various articles written each week from various universities which will be sent out through the email list.

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