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Rediscover the joy of fishing this year
FRANKFORT, Ky. (May 23, 2024) —  Gather the family and fish for free in Kentucky the first weekend in June. Free fishing weekend is June 1-2. It’s an annual celebration that …
Kentucky Department of Agriculture welcomes new State Apiarist
FRANKFORT, Ky. (April 29, 2024) – Amanda Skidmore, of Oldham County, will join the Kentucky Department of Agriculture May 1 as the new State Apiarist, Commissioner Jonathan Shell has announced. …
KDA begins online testing for pesticide application
FRANKFORT – The Kentucky Department of Agriculture is now offering an online option for its pesticide application licensure program, Agriculture Commissioner Jonathan Shell has announced. …
Jonathan Shell gets sworn in as Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Jan. 1, 2024) – Jonathan Shell has officially been sworn in as Kentucky’s next Commissioner of Agriculture.   Shell was sworn in at a ceremony in Lancaster, …
Three northern Kentucky wineries win Commissioner's Cups in 11th annual Kentucky Wine Competition
FRANKFORT (Dec. 7, 2023) – Three Kentucky small farm wineries combined to win all five Commissioner’s Cup awards, the top prizes in the 2023 Kentucky Commonwealth Commercial Wine …
2024 Kentucky Fruit and Vegetable Conference set for January
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Dec. 6, 2023) –   Registration is now open for the 2024 Kentucky Fruit and Vegetable Conference, the premier event for statewide produce growers to interact and learn, …
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Adair County Extension Agent for Agriculture & Natural Resources.Nicholas Roy
Invasive Weed Field Day
In recent years, the population of invasive and toxic weeds such as poison hemlock has been growing in Adair County. Recently, sweet vernal grass has begun to take over many hay fields. Common groundsel and perilla mint are two weeds to also keep an eye on, as their presence is growing.
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