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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 Gardeners Program http//mg.aces.edu/ Monthly extension... more

Good Sunlight Critical for High Corn Yields

byEddie McGriffAlabama Extension Regional Agent The poet Robert Frost penned that good fences make good neighbors … Just... more

Alabama Extension Survey on Economics of Fruit and Vegetable Production

Below is a link to a survey for Alabama Extension … If you grow fruit and vegetables commercially in... more

Evaluation of Pierce's Disease Resistant European Grape Selections in Alabama

Until recently, commercial grape producers in Alabama and the Southeast have been restricted to growing native muscadines and hybrid bunch grape cultivars due to the... more

Saving Vegetable Seeds

I get a lot of questions every year about saving vegetable seeds … I think most people know that... more

Alabama's McMichens Break the 100 Bushel Soybean Barrier

McMichen Farm became the first Alabama grower to hurdle the 100-bushel soybean barrier with an eye-popping 102.158 bushels per acre …... more

Row Crops Short Course Announced for December 12th and 13th

Alabama Farmers and Crop Consultants will have the opportunity to get an update on cutting-edge management strategies from several Extension specialists across the Southeast and... more

Commercial Horticulture Webinar Recordings - 2017 Series

The Commercial Horticulture Extension Webinars aime at providing quick updates to producers and …... more

New Federal Label for Engenia, FeXapan, and XtendiMax

The EPA approved revised labels for Engenia, FeXapan, and XtendiMax on Friday, October 13th … They have aligned the... more

Ryegrass Control Options in Wheat

Ryegrass continues to be a problem in wheat each year due to resistance to more herbicides, timing of applications, and weather conditions... more