University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

News for March 2008th

UK College of Agriculture project to boost US milk supply security

Local tobacco transplants best option against disease

Project examines switchgrass’ potential to produce alternative fuels

Kentucky farmers adding grain storage

Baling cornstalks makes it difficult for soil, cattle to get nutrients

GAP conference supports relatives raising children

Farmers and consumers need good wheat crop

UK entomologist awarded department’s first endowed professorship

Conservation, efficiency important as farm fuel prices climb

Pest control options abound during growing season

Simple steps can help you through rough economic times

Kentucky 4-H Foundation names Keith L. Rogers executive director

Groundbreaking eXtension Web site recently launched

Farmers need to make hay in 2008

Purifying water in the Bluegrass, one garden at a time

Upcoming forum targets farmers wanting to ‘ramp up’ sales

UK Spring Viticulture Field Day set for March 29

Getting drought and heat damaged lawns back in shape

Conference to seek public input on state’s geospatial future

Local meat can benefit farmer, consumer

Ethanol, grain prices impact meat industry

U.S. meats are safest in world, despite recall

Soybean rust is still relevant

Splitting Fertilizer applications on forages

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