From the Ground Up - Bacterial Leaf Scorch

  • September 5, 2017
    Do you have landscape trees or other trees that are prematurely browning or losing leaves? It could be a disease called bacterial leaf scorch. We will discuss with Boyle County Horticulture Extension Agent Alexis Amorese on From the Ground Up from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Food and Environment.

From the Ground Up - August Is A Transitional Month - Pt. 4

  • August 27, 2017
    August usually signals that it is time to think about renovating and seeding our lawns, as wellas fertilizing with the fall just around the corner. Scott County Extension Agent for Horticulture Sharon Flynt discusses these topics in the final of our series, August is a transitional month.

From The Ground Up - August is a transitional month - Part 3 - Planting Fall Vegetables

  • August 22, 2017
    August signals that it is time to plant our fall gardens if we want to enjoy some of those coolseason vegetables when fall rolls around. Scott County Extension Agent for Horticulture Sharon Flynt talks about that in part three of our series August is a transitional month.

From the Ground Up - August Is A Transitional Month - Part 2

  • August 14, 2017
    August does not mean that things are slowing down in the garden. If anything, it picks up! On From the Ground Up, from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Scott County Extension Agent for Horticulture Sharon Flynt discusses that topic, in part two of August is a transitional month.

From The Ground Up - August - a transitional month in the garden

From The Ground Up - Cover Crops for Your Vegetable Garden

  • July 31, 2017
    You know when your vegetable garden is done for the year, it’s good to think about a cover cropfor the winter. There are many benefits to a cover crop for your garden and Harrison County Extension Agent for Horticulture Jessica Sayre talks about what cover crops to consider for your vegetable garden.

From The Ground Up - Planning Your Fall Vegetable Garden

  • July 19, 2017
    You know it is never too early to start planning your fall vegetable garden, even though we are in the middle of summer and up to our elbows in tomatoes, sweet corn, cucumbers and beans. But never the less, we should be looking ahead to the fall garden and Harrison County Extension Agent for Horticulture Jessica Sayre talks about the fall vegetable garden and when to plan and plant.

From The Ground Up - When to Harvest Vegetables

  • July 16, 2017
    Now that summer has rolled into mid July, we are finally starting to see ripe tomatoes, cucumbers and corn, just to name a few, in our vegetable gardens at home, and at the Farmer’s Market. But how do we know when things are ripe and read to pick? We will talk about that next on From The Ground Up with Harrison County Extension Agent for Horticulture Jessica Sayre.

From the Ground Up - Weed Control in the Vegetable Garden

  • July 10, 2017
    If you have a vegetable garden, and you got everything planted early enough, you are probably beginning to see and enjoy the fruits of your labor. But with all the rain we have had lately,you are struggling with weeds taking over your garden. Harrison County Extension Agent for Horticulture Jessica Sayre talks about weed control in your vegetable garden.

From The Ground Up - July Lawn Care

  • July 5, 2017
    July and hot weather brings on more weed problems in your lawn. On this edition of From the Ground Up from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Harrison County Extension Agent for Horticulture Jessica Sayre talks about weed control in your lawn.