News Archive: Horticulture
Weekly horticulture webinars offer advice to gardeners of all stripes
Carol Lea Spence
Published on Mar. 29, 2021
University of Kentucky extension specialists and horticulture agents cover a variety of topics in the Wednesday sessions.
Emerald ash borer moving into Western Kentucky
Published on Mar. 23, 2021
After staying in the eastern half of the state for the past decade, the emerald ash borer is heading west.
Gardeners will have loads of opportunities to improve their know-how
Carol Lea Spence
Published on Feb. 8, 2021
Before spring bursts out, Kentucky homeowners who wish to up their game in vegetable or landscape gardening will have a lot of opportunities.
UK to host IPM Training School online
Published on Feb. 4, 2021
The annual training will occur March 10 via Zoom.
Annual James B. Beam Institute Bourbon Industry Conference going virtual for 2021
Published on Feb. 1, 2021
The conference will once again address key topics those in the industry regularly encounter.
Wood named leader of UK Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension
Published on Jan. 29, 2021
Craig Wood will assume the position Feb. 1.
Summit offers producers tips for direct sales
The Agriculture Direct Marketing Summit, Feb. 16-18, offers tips to improve the direct sales process for farmers.
Registration open for 44th Annual Kentucky Turf and Landscape Management Virtual Short Course
The UK Turfgrass Program in cooperation with the Kentucky Horticulture Council will present the annual educational event for Kentucky turfgrass professionals virtually this year over four Thursdays in February.
Farmer-researcher partnerships are backbone of agricultural advances
Published on Dec. 15, 2020
Thanks to farmers who are willing to share their land for research, agriculture is advancing in fields across Kentucky. Scientists in the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment engage with an extensive network of producers in all disciplines.
Despite COVID-19, Ky. agricultural receipts hold steady to 2019 levels
Published on Dec. 4, 2020
UK agricultural economists project farm receipts will equal 2019 and net income will likely be up.