This native Kentucky plum tree is an important food source for a wide variety of wildlife. Native Americans used these wild plums extensively.
Winter is a time of stress on the landscape plants. Extra care during the winter will protect plants in the landscape, and they will recover looking their best.
Spring ag news includes Horticulture Webinar Wednesdays, a note from the Oldham County Conservation District, and Private Pesticide Applicator training.
Using varieties that have disease resistance and/or tolerance to certain weather conditions is a helpful tool for vegetable production, especially if you don’t plan to use pesticides.
Coming in all shapes and sizes, houseplants add color and texture to the home. Studies point to houseplants as being good for your wellbeing too.
You don't have to face a long winter without home grown produce. Use these tips to bring your garden indoors.
Home gardeners take note: late winter management is key to preventing backyard fruit diseases.
Online training options are available for Beef Quality & Care Assurance and Private Pesticide Applicator certifications. Contact the office to schedule in-person training.
Fall in a beautiful but messy time in Kentucky. How you handle yard waste impacts your garden and our environment.
Fall is the perfect time of year to plant garlic. Garlic takes fall and winter to develop its roots, produces foliage in early spring, and is harvested in summer.