The fall semester is in full swing on the Purdue campus. And as September gives way to October, we're taking a look back at some of the photos from the past month to provide a little insight into all that is Purdue Agriculture.
The temperatures and the leaves are both falling, but not before the foliage provided a brilliant pageantry of colors. All you have to do is look up or look out a 2nd story campus window.
Associate Professor Sean Rotar took his Land and Society (LA 161) students outdoors for a class session to provide a better understanding of landscape architecture .
An indoor vegetable farm is taking off in an abandoned furniture manufacturing site in Rushville, thanks to information provided by Purdue Extension.
College of Agriculture graduate students returned to campus to a meet-and-greet at Marriott Hall.
Homecoming 2017 provided an opportunity for older grads and younger students to get together during a warm, memorable day in early fall.
John Deere covered the Memorial Mall with green equipment of all shapes and sizes during a day on campus event.
Students, staff and faculty participated in a pair of study abroad fairs on campus during the month of September.
This ladybug was an unknowing participant in an Agronomy Field Day event at a Purdue research facility.
2013 World Food Prize Laureate Robert Fraley, executive vice president of Monsanto, visited campus where he spent time with interim dean Karen Plaut, 2009 Laureate Gebesa Ejeta and several students, discussing the urgency of global food security.
Why did the caterpillar cross the road? Well it may have something to do with eluding this late summer shower moving in on a field of beans near the West Lafayette, In. campus.
Both indoors and outdoors, Purdue Agriculture experts hosted a number of workshops, including the two shown here in hydroponics and agronomy.
Colombian graduate student Ulianova Vidal Gomez inspects a tomato horn worm in the lab.
The interactive science-based program called ZipTrips allowed high school students from around the world a chance to connect with Purdue Agriculture.