Agribusiness professionals, consultants and crop advisers who work with farmers will learn new strategies for identifying and responding to a variety of crop problems at two workshops beginning in June at Purdue University’s Pinney Purdue Ag Center near Wanatah, IN. Participants will gain practical knowledge that will help them assist farmers in managing the nutrient, pest and environmental factors that influence crop growth. The workshops are presented by experts from Purdue Extension Field Crops team. Registration is required at least one week before each diagnostic workshop. For more information, go to click on “Agriculture” for a registration form and flyer. For specific details and available credits, please contact Purdue Extension at 219-324-9407.