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MASI Fellows complete projects

​R. Wetli

Date Added: 9/15/2015

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The undergraduate Molecular Agriculture Summer Institute (MASI) completed its second year.  Eight students worked with faculty members to complete research projects and learned the importance of communicating their research to colleagues, industry representatives, grant-gifting organizations, and the general public.  In July the students presented their research projects to employees of Dow AgroSciences at the Indianapolis facility.  They also toured the PUrdue Meigs Farm. 


MASI undergraduates outside of Dow AgroSciences include Hannah Quellhorst and Emily Justus, pictured here second and third from the right.


Honey harvest completed

​Greg Hunt

Date Added: 9/11/2015

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Purdue's bee lab in entomology finished the annual honey harvest last Monday, September 7th.  They were able to extract all the honey from the combs.  The photo shows participating members in their PPE.

New Forage Field Guide coming soon

​Aspen Deno

Date Added: 9/11/2015

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The third edition of the Forage Field Guide will be released in November of this year.  It is newly revised and updated from the 2010 edition.
To read more informaiton on the guide, including how to order it, go to Forage Field Guide.


Bug Barn and Gwen Pearson featured in Exponent

​Leah Schmidt

Date Added: 9/10/2015

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The September 9, 2015 issue of the Purdue Exponent featured an article on the Bug Barn and an interview with Outreach Coordinator Gwen Pearson.  To see the entire article, go to Boiler Bug Barn.