Virtual field days present challenges and benefits – Turfgrass Science at Purdue University

Virtual field days present challenges and benefits

COVID-19 guarantees that the Summer of 2020 will be like none we have experienced. We will be exploring what that means in Indiana by telling the stories of Purdue Agriculture’s and Purdue Extension’s interactions with communities throughout the state. We invite you to follow our series on this Season of Change.

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