University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

News for February 2008th

Foliar fertilizers are an unnecessary expense

Self-proclaimed clutterbug finds help through extension program

Computer class participants receive knowledge and computer

Replacing storm damaged tobacco facilities

UK Equestrian Team hosts hunt seat show March 1-2; poised to lead region to nationals as high point team

PBS’ ‘Diary of a Foodie’ episode highlights UK professor

UK Entomologist Plays Key Role in Disease Fight

Coming year could be challenge for cattle producers

Symposium to examine energy potential of forage crops

Winter preparation gives gardeners a jump on spring

Gardeners can delay winter pruning until early spring

4-H, others pitch in to help cleanup tornado damage

College of Agriculture professor honored for excellence

Energy audits could save poultry producers money

2007 a learning year for goat producers

Grain Crops Academy premier a success

New device could save farmers money this spring

2008 integrated pest management training set for March

Smith receives advising award

East Kentucky children’s chorus off and running

Master Food Volunteers share love of cooking

Slowing aging, one exercise at a time

Get the maximum results from nitrogen

Farmers can achieve financial goals in 2008

Producers should prepare for limited forage seed supplies

Farming costs continue to climb along with commodity prices

Better water quality can lead to greener farms

Farm Machinery Show a time to look, consider options

Woodlands and wildlife workshop brings in the experts

UK Equestrian Team to host first western division horse show Feb. 2




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