Diversity, beauty, seasonality of Kentucky’s agriculture inspired plaza’s design
Worldwide, the cowpea aphid attacks more than 200 plants and 50 crops.
People have claimed the moon is made of it. Photographers ask their subjects to say it.
It’s the dream of many food industry entrepreneurs to see their product on the shelves of a regional or national grocery chain, but getting there is not so simple.
The Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station (KAES) has been providing research results to farmers and residents for more than 130 years. With external grants and contracts now reaching over $31,000,000 a year, UK’s College of Agriculture researchers address problems of agribusiness, consumers, international trade, food processing, nutrition, community development, soil and water resources, and the environment with over 300 externally funded projects. The research continuum reaches from basic to applied science, with new fundamental knowledge as well as applied knowledge that has impacts on the lives of Kentuckians and people across the world.