University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

News for July 2008th

UK students learn about culture, industry, life on Ghana Study Tour

Digi Camp provides fun, educational break from summer

Youths learn healthy habits through program

Garden designer Carloftis to speak in Paducah

Youths paint state's first 4-H barn quilt

Leadership Center, 4-H camp merger greater than the sum of its parts

Black shank cases increasing

Extend grazing season by stockpiling grass

UK College of Agriculture partners with Purdue for dairy exchange

Small-scale aquaculture workshop scheduled

Shaker archaeology, wood use highlighted at field day workshop

Focus on sustainability growing

Wheat harvest produces outstanding yields

Consider risks before applying fungicides to grain crops

Twilight Tour to highlight UK horticultural research July 31

Extension, UK Markey Cancer Center educate public through Marty Driesler Esophageal Cancer Research Project

UK research finds pulse irrigation potentially useful for farmers

Gardening program provides cultural experience to Lawrence County youth

Manicured yards, sunlight are natural tick defenses




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