Dr. Robert Geneve, University of Kentucky Horticulture Professor, has received the 2014 IPPS Eastern Region Award of Merit, the organization’s highest honor.
Pasty Wilson of UKs Horticulture Viticulture and Enology program leads a study to tackle the issue of cold hardiness aiming to improve Kentucky's wine grape industry.
UK's Dr. Krista Jacobsen, center, is conducting a study of soils and irrigation in high tunnels, thanks to a USDA Conservation Innovation Grant.
The Department of Horticulture’s Shari Dutton, staff horticulturalist, has received the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment’s 2014 Outstanding Staff Award in the Executive/Administrative category.
Floral design will be explored as it is used in conjunction with life-cycle events. This will include weddings, funerals, holidays, celebratory banquets and other events.
Two new fact sheets, "Preparing Blueberry Sites for Planting," and "Simple Mist System for Strawberry," are now available.
While the animals understandably take center stage at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, the environment where they live is always on the mind of UK alum Steve Foltz.
Steve Diver is the new Farm Superintendent at UK’s Horticulture Research Farm in Lexington. Prior to joining the Department of Horticulture, he was a horticultural and soils consultant in Central Texas.
The University of Kentucky and the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment (CAFE) offer resources for graduate student and postdoctoral mentoring, including a series of mentoring seminars.