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.
Check out this modern Brussels sprouts recipe from the Kentucky Nutrition Education Program. Not Your Grandma's Brussels Sprouts is fast, cheap, and delicious!
You don't need to feel guilty for snacking. Use snack time to add fruits, vegetables, and other fulfilling choices to your diet. Snack time can be healthy as well as delicious.
Delicious dinner idea: Turkey Stuffed Peppers! Get in a boost of protein and serving of veggies with this yummy Turkey Stuffed Peppers recipe. Kentucky peppers are in season from July to September.
Horticulture Assistant Michael Boice offers summer gardening advice on vegetable gardening, container gardening, mulching, house plants, summer weed control, and more.
Research shows that the nutritional value of frozen vegetables is equal to that of fresh vegetables. Many frozen veggies are already prepped, saving time and energy in the kitchen.
April 22, 2020, is the 50th Earth Day. Here are some ideas for celebrating Earth Day at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gardening provides many benefits from mood improvement to destressing to exercise. Planting and tending a garden can improve the way you look at things.
Get tips and information on gardening in small spaces (including urban spaces). More gardening information available online and at your county Extension office.
Enjoy this delicious Country Morning Casserole for a boost in protein and calcium. The ingredients for this easy Country Morning Casserole recipe total under $5!