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Saturday, February 06, 2016
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  • How should Indiana assess farmland for property taxes? Good question. There’s the way we used to do it, the way we do it now and, if new legislation passes, the way we’ll do it in the future.

  • With our weird winter weather, both farmers and homeowners could start to worry about field and yard conditions. Below are comments on winter weather conditions by climatologists at Purdue and a question about bulbs posed to Rosie Lerner, Purdue Extension Horticulturist.

  • Do you have Type 2 diabetes? Would you like to learn more about your disease and how to live well while reducing your health risks? If so, Purdue Extension has a great program for you!

    The Purdue Extension Montgomery County office will offer a program called ‘Dining with Diabetes’ beginning Thursday, Feb. 4 from 5-seven p.m. at the Crawfordsville Public Library. Dining with Diabetes is a series of four sessions.

  • According to Rosie Lerner (Purdue Extension Consumer Horticulturist), the poinsettia, the most popular holiday plant, is best known as the plant with bright red flowers on a green background. But the showiest part of the poinsettia is the group of colorful specialized leaves called floral bracts that surround the small, yellowish-green structures that are the true flowers. Red is still the most popular color, but bracts may also be pink, salmon-colored, yellow, white or multicolor.
  • Do you ever find yourself asking, “Why did I eat that?” If so, you are not alone. Many people find themselves eating when they aren’t even hungry. So, what makes us hungry and how can we control what we eat?
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