The Virtual Cut Flower Short Course will cover Selling Locally Grown Flowers to Florists at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time on March 28th. The speaker will be Dakota Moore of the Kentucky Horticulture Council.
Topics include fertilizers and soil fertility for organic vegetable production, tomato grafting & root-knot nematode management, and high tunnel crop rotation. 6-7:30 p.m. Eastern time, March 1, March 15, March 29.
Maple syrup education and fun come to the forefront February 5 when Kentucky producers open their facilities to the public for the third annual Kentucky Maple Day.
The January 24th session of the Virtual Cut Flower Short Course will focus on Winter Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Strategies for Cut Flower Production. Dr.
The 2021 Fruit and Vegetable Annual Research Report is now available online.
A new fact sheet, Rotating Cut Flowers Within a Tomato High Tunnel Production System (CCD-FS-23), is now available on the Center for Crop Diversification website.
University of Kentucky researchers are seeking voluntary input from
individuals or businesses producing vegetables and/or vegetable
transplants. This 5-minute industry survey aims to identify research and
The Kentucky Wildcats and the Florida Gators have been meeting on the football field since 1917, and the teams met again on October 2 at the University of Kentucky’s Kroger Field.
The Vegetable Beet Podcast from the Great Lakes Vegetable Producers Network featured Jefferson County Horticulture Extension Agent Bethany Pratt, and Common Earth Gardens Executive