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The Kentucky Small Grain Growers Association Board and Promotion Council voted this month to invest $250,000 in new graduate housing for the University of Kentucky Grain and Forage Center for Excellence and an additional $290,000 in UK grain-related research projects.

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Farmers use cover crops to control soil erosion, but they may have additional benefits to the soil and subsequent crops. A group of university researchers, including two scientists from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, are seeking to find and quantify these additional benefits.

On a flawless June Saturday, local residents had the chance to see what what goes on in Robinson Forest as they attended the first Robinson Forest Field Day

A capstone research project conducted by a soon-to-be graduate benefits the Campus Kitchen at the University of Kentucky.

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