Stories about corn, soybeans and other agricultural crops grown in Indiana.
Dull’s Tree Farm Kicks Off Trees for Troops
The 2013 season of Trees for Troops kicked off at Dull's Tree Farm, in Thorntown, Ind.
HighPoint Orchard Serves up Apples, Agritourism and Homemade Desserts
Visit HighPoint Orchard & Winery in Greensburg for farm fresh food, historic beauty, delicious doughnuts and a charming...
Passion for Persimmons: Grower Strives to Commercialize the Seasonal Fruit
Persimmon grower Jerry Lehman strives to commercialize persimmons to benefit consumers and provide income for Hoosier farmers.
Cantaloupe Odyssey: Melons’ Farm-to-Fork Journey
Cantaloupe growers explain why Southern Indiana is the ideal region for growing melons, thanks to its soil composition...
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.