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While the economic crisis has not affected agriculture as much as other industries, tighter government regulations
Kentucky promoting grazing practices, concepts
Kentucky livestock producers can get hands-on field experience in grazing concepts, practices and techniques through
Biological wheat pest control studied
If not controlled, certain insects can decimate wheat yields, ultimately causing significant economic losses for
Kentucky IPM training school is March 3
New and timely topics in weed, disease and insect management are slated for the 2010 IPM Training School hosted by the
Kentucky researcher on ground floor of biofuels study
A turfgrass scientist in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture is part of a regional team of university
Winter is good time to upgrade farm equipment
With grain crop producers gearing up for another growing season, many are thinking about adding, replacing or upgrading
Switchgrass pelletized in Kentucky project
Round switchgrass pellets, resembling small pieces of wood, recently rolled off machines at Midwestern Biofuels in
Kentucky wheat meeting is Jan. 12
With head scab widespread in wheat harvested this past summer and wet weather delaying wheat planting and reducing
Monitor moisture in stored grain
Grain was harvested at higher moisture levels this past fall on many farms in Kentucky and neighboring states. With
Weigh grain dryer options carefully
During the 2009 harvest, many growers, especially those who relied on natural air drying, struggled to get their grain
Kentucky expands grain academy
To share the latest research-based information with more grain crops producers across Kentucky, the University of
Kentucky updates greenhouse vegetable guidelines
Specialists from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture were among those who taught western Kentucky
Kentucky soil tests fine-tuned
To ensure accurate soil pH readings, the University of Kentucky's Soil Testing Laboratory has developed a new method
Check soil compaction after wet harvest 1
Wet weather in September and October caused many producers to harvest corn and soybeans in less-than-ideal
Kentucky researchers pioneers in no-till wheat
No-till wheat research at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture has come a long way since a drill dropped
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