Kentucky State University Debuts New Agricultural Research Magazine

kentucky-stateThe College of Agriculture, Food Science and Sustainable Systems at historically Black Kentucky State University in Frankfort has debuted a new publication entitled AgKnowledge. The new magazine will highlight ongoing agricultural research at the university. The first edition includes a cover story on the use of honey bees in agricultural production. A new edition of the magazine will be published each spring.

The university unveiled the new publication at a reception held for state legislators at the Cooperative Extension headquarters on campus. Legislators were fed with Kentucky specialties such as catfish, freshwater prawns, and paw paw ice cream.

 

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