What everyone should know about soil nutrients, fertilizers, and plant growth. Get a quick rundown of soil nutrients, fertilizers, soil testing, and other important information related to plant growth.
Wet conditions this winter affected hay feeding areas. Even well-designed feeding pads could have significant damage where animals enter and leave, creating perfect growing conditions for summer annual weeds. While these areas may look rough now, you can improve them.
Buttercup and Poison Hemlock are two problem weeds that can be controlled now with herbicide sprays. Get tips on controlling these troublesome pasture weeds.
While popular in landscapes, ornamental grass can be an invasive weed in pastures. Get tips on controlling ornamental grass in pastures.
September is the best time to sow cool season grasses. If reseeding pastures isn't possible, try these other strategies.
Upcoming agriculture programs include the 2019 cost-share application period, pasture seeding and management program, Oldham County Ag Connection, Regional Beef Field Day, Master Gardener classes, and more.
Excess rainfall over the past year has wreaked havoc on pastures. Here are some things to consider as you make plans for reseeding.
Managing weeds requires multiple strategies and planned effort. It may require changing management practices. Here are some ideas for getting a handle on weeds.
RSVP for upcoming beef cattle events: "Raising the Steaks" Beef Finishing School and Regional Beef Field Day.
Adult & youth cost-share opportunities: signup for cost-share application assistance. Read about an Oldham County forage producer.