Resources for Purdue Field Crop Diseases

As we wait for the fields to dry – here are a couple of resources that you can check out and bookmark to keep you up to date on field crop diseases this season 

Purdue Field Crop Pathology Extension Website – your link to in-season field crop disease information for Indiana. It will include weekly blogs, disease specific information, research updates, videos, and links to other useful resources.  

https://extension.purdue.edu/fieldcroppathology/ 

 

Purdue Field Crop Pathology Extension Website

Purdue Field Crop Pathology Extension Website

 

Follow Darcy Telenko on Twitter @DTelenko https://twitter.com/DTelenko – for in-field updates, field crop disease information or other exciting news about field crops. 

 

Crop Protection Network – https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/a collaborative resource on important issues affecting field crops. 

This is where you can also find our recent tar spot of corn fact sheet and other regional resources. https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/resources/publications 

 

 

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