Dealing with Japanese Beetles

Keeping Japanese beetles at bay has been a losing battle for many Kentuckians since its introduction in the state during the 50’s and 60’s. Controlling these pests prove challenging for even the most seasoned gardeners. So what’s...
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VIDEO - Fairview Produce Auction

[wpbvideo id=”118725″ station=”889″]The produce auction in Fairview sees approximately 400 semi loads of fruits, vegetables and flowers every year. This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they have seen an increase in the people interested in local...
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UK Weed Scientist Helps Growers Reduce Herbicide Drift

Herbicide drift affects millions of crop acres across the nation every year, resulting in significant losses for many producers, lawsuits and tension among neighbors. A University of Kentucky weed scientist is helping grain producers find ways to...
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Three UK Students Receive USDA Predoctoral Fellowships

Three graduate students in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment have received a predoctoral fellowship from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Through the fellowship, Allyssa Kilanowski, Staci McGill and Tim Shull have received...
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