Stories about corn, soybeans and other agricultural crops grown in Indiana.
Decker Melon Memories
A 90-year-old Decker, Indiana, woman recalls early memories of the state's famous Decker melons.
Farm Facts: Mint
Peppermint and spearmint have been grown in Indiana since the late 1800s. Today, the state ranks fourth in...
Top 8 Trees to Take Home for the Holidays
These are the best types of Christmas trees to take home for the holidays.
Pumpkins: From Patches to Pies
Looking for Indiana pumpkin patches, or do you want to find the best recipe for pumpkin pie?
Lessons in Labyrinths: Corn Mazes Educate and Amaze Visitors
More farmers are offering intricately designed corn mazes to get the public back to the farm, while having...
How to Make a Cider Slushie
There’s no tastier fall treat than this cool twist on Indiana apple cider: the cider slushie.
Storing Vegetables (and Fruits, Too)
Even if you don’t have a farmhouse, you can still consider saving some of summer’s bounty for cold...
All Ears at Johnson’s Farm Produce in Hobart
The third-generation farming family owns and operates one of the largest garden centers and produce stands in Indiana....
Farm Facts: Watermelon
More than 6 percent of all watermelons grown in the U.S. each year are grown in Indiana. Each...
Christmas Trees and Ziplines: How Indiana Farmers Diversify
Watch this video to learn more about how Indiana farmers are working to expand their farm base,...