Researchers in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment brought in a record amount of grant awards from outside sources during the past fiscal year.
The Bluegrass State is poised to see an extended period of mostly dry conditions and a prolonged heat wave. This will create dangerous conditions for livestock, horses and pets.
In the study, tall fescue and endophyte responses to warmer and wetter conditions varied based on the genetics of each.
What happens underground might have big effects above ground when it comes to climate change.
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