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Walnut Trees and Juglone

Walnut trees, including black walnut (Juglans nigra) and butternut (Juglans cinerea) are Kentucky natives and are considered by many as a valuable shade source. Additionally, the nuts produced on the tree are attractive to wildlife and people...Read More

IPM in Perennial Gardens

The overall health of your perennial flower garden can drastically affect its need for pest control. A practical and effective approach to pest control involves a process known as integrated pest management, or IPM. The IPM process...Read More

Spring Garden Pests

Several key pests of vegetables need to be controlled in the late spring, as control during this period will also help with their management later in the summer. It is important to get seedlings and transplants off...Read More

Mowing Height Matters

Nothing signals springtime quite like the smell of fresh-cut grass wafting through the neighborhood. With warmer weather on the way, your annual lawn duties begin. Of those tasks, mowing at the right height can have a big...Read More

Commissioner Quarles Helps Trigg County Thank Agriculture

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles thanked Trigg County farmers and agriculture for continuing to be a vital industry. Commissioner Quarles was the featured speaker for the Trigg County Agriculture Appreciation Dinner at the Trigg County Recreation Complex...Read More

Planting In Clay Soils

Clay soils, found in many of our landscapes, do not mean you can never achieve a garden worthy of glossy magazine coverage but it does mean you will have to work harder at it. Improving your clay...Read More

2021 Master Gardener EXPO On Location

The Christian County Master Gardeners, with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service in Christian County, will be hosting the 2021 Master Gardener EXPO on Location – Saturday, April 17 from 9am to 1pm. This year, they...Read More