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Alabama Crops Monthly Webinar Series to Provide Timely Information for Growers

The Agronomic Crops Team from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System is pleased to announce a series of monthly webinars for 2016 ... more

Check Alabama Small Grains for Aphids

Small grains may be at higher risk this season for two diseases, barley yellow dwarf and cereal yellow dwarf … ... more

Dicamba-tolerant soybeans approved in China

Monsanto Company announced that commercial Dicamba-tolerant soybeans will be available for the 2016 growing season … Several seed companies... more

Sapsuckers

Believe it or not, there really is a creature called a yellow-bellied sapsucker … It is a medium sized woodpecker with... more

​Getting Started Growing Horticultural Crops

Alabama Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association;#IPM Communicator: Miscellaneous … I work with producers in the commercial horticulture industry ... more

Vegetable IPM Videos for Self-Paced Learning

IPM Communicator: Insect Pests;#Vegetable Pest Management … Alabama Vegetable IPM Project reaches out to a large variety of audience through... more

Challenges to Cowpea Curculio Management in Alabama

IPM Communicator: Insect Pests;#IPM Communicator: Production Systems;#Vegetable Pest Management … Cowpeas or southern peas (Vigna unguiculata) are a popular vegetable... more

Yield Response and Yield Reaction of Corn Varieties at Multiple Alabama Locations in 2015

Selected Pioneer, DeKalb, and Northrup King corn hybrids were screened at 2 Southwest Alabama and one Central Alabama locations … ... more

​3rd Warmest Winter in Over 57 Years: Low Chill Hour Accumulation Concerns Fruit Growers

Alabama Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association;#IPM Communicator: Miscellaneous … Only 485 hours below 45 degrees at CREC, Thorsby as of... more

​Chilton Area Peach Production Meeting

Alabama Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association;#IPM Communicator: Miscellaneous … Researchers and Growers Discuss Effects of Warm Winter ... more