UK researcher makes important finding in plant reproduction

A University of Kentucky researcher was part of an international group of scientists who traced the origins of sperm production in land plants to one protein. This could have important implications for plant breeding and weed management.

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Study to determine efficient use of cover crops following double-crop soybeans

By seeding the cover crop before leaf drop, we hope to reduce erosion and provide a nutrient benefit to the soil for the subsequent crop.” 

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Awards and Honors

Krista Lea named 2019 Early Career Person by American Forage and Grasslands Council

The American Forage and Grasslands Council recognized Krista Lea with the 2019 Early Career Award earlier this month.  

Krista Lea accepts Early Career Award

Krista Lea, left, accepts the 2019 Early Career Award from AFGC President Mark Kennedy. Ray Smith, right, nominated Krista.

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Student Spotlight

Nicole Funk, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences (NRES) senior was awarded BEST POSTER in the Undergraduate Category at the Sustainability Forum in December.  She has worked with Dr. Brad Lee, PSS Department faculty, on the "No P On My Lawn" Program - assisting with workshops and developing materials to educate homeowners about the negative impacts of over-fertilization.

Nicole Funk

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Recent Seminars

PSS Seminar Jason Unrine November 30, 2018

PSS Seminar Mark Alley November 16, 2018