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How are researchers addressing issues that arise in plant cultivation? Extension Vegetable Specialist Dr. Rachel Rudolph joins us today to discuss her distinct approach to horticulture – and her aim to develop alternative approaches to challenges that arise both in the field and with high tunnel systems.

Dr. Rudolph has always been interested in the environment, and as a college student, she became integrated with the local food movement – which ultimately led to her research in plant science. Currently, her work deals with high tunnel systems, abiotic disorders, crop nutrition, and soil fertility…

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  • How microscopic worms impact crop health in Kentucky.
  • The ways in which plants defend themselves against nematodes.
  • What soil solarization is, and why it is valuable to growers.

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