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Agroterrorism

Backgrounder on Ag​roterrorism

Agroterrorism Presentation (PDF: 1.8 MB)
This presentation discusses what agroterrorism is, why it is a problem, and the possible costs. (Source: Purdue Extension)


Biosecurity

Biosecurity Outreach Tips for Educators
Offered as the beginning of an on-going discussion for educators considering biosecurity outreach opportunities.

Plant Biosecurity

Ray Martyn, Department Head of Botany and Plant Pathology at Purdue University, explains how Extension is involved in detecting potential crop and plant biosecurity outbreaks. Martyn also explains the newly developing National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN).

Gail Ruhl, Interim Director of the Plant Diagnostic Clinics at Purdue University, explains and shows how to send a plant sample to the Plant and Pest Diagnostic Network.

PPDL address for sending in samples:

Plant and Pest Diagnostic Laboratory
LSPS 101
Purdue University
915 W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907


Disaster Recovery Tools

Mold in the Home Resource Guide
Mold information concerning prevention, clean-up, health risks and with flooding concerns.​

Resources

Purdue Extension Educational Store
This website offers educators links to free publications and online shopping for manuals, CD-ROMs and videos.

Role of Volunteer Agencies in Exercises (PowerPoint: 2.25 MB)
(Source: INVOAD)

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