The Center for Crop Diversification will host a High Tunnel Webinar Series on Tuesday evenings from Feb. 17 through March 24, 2015, from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. EST.
The Kentucky Landscape Industries Winter Conference and Expo will be held January 20-22 at the Kentucky International Convention Center, 221 Fourth Street, Louisville.
The 2015 conference will be held January 5-6 at Embassy Suites in Lexington.
GEN 300.006, Home Horticulture, which will be offered during the Spring 2015 semester, will cover home food production, landscaping, houseplants, and ecological practices.
This publication, available on the Jefferson County Extension Office website, offers valuable information about starting a community garden.
The International Society of Horticultural Science (ISHS) has released Harvesting the Sun: A Profile of World Horticulture, a full-color, 70-page report that examines how horticulture touches all of us.
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.