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Spider Mite Scouting and Management in Vegetable Crops

Spider mites are technically not insects, but they are pests when they are in high numbers under many farming conditions... more

Benefits of Irrigation from an IPM Perspective

Water management is one of the most critical issues in modern agriculture … Water... more

Educational Events in Alabama and the Southeast (Updated Weekly)

Year-round ACES training programs open to the public Private Pesticide Applicator Training Classes (Alabama Pesticide Education Program) http//www.aces.edu/anr/pesticidemgt/ Alabama Master... more

Soil Health in Alabama

Soil health is the ability of soil to perform functions that support life on earth …... more

How will burndown herbicides work with low temperatures?

Some areas of Alabama have been experiencing temperatures in the 30's this last week and forecasters say that more cold... more

Weeds: They are important to everyone! Here is why

No matter where I go, whenever a conversation strikes up between someone and myself and they ask what my occupation... more

Sweet Orange Scab Alert

March 30, 2018 - Sweet Orange Scab (SOS) (Elsinoё australis) was recently detected from citrus samples submitted to the Auburn... more

Cold Damage on Selected Asian Pear Cultivars

Asian pears are considerably different from the old hard home-grown varieties like 'Keiffer' and 'Orient …... more

2018 Commercial Horticulture Webinar Series Recordings

These webinars aim at providing quick …... more

Assessment of Peach Flower Bud Survivability in Chilton County

Peach buds began to emerge from dormancy in February after a significant warming trend …... more