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ACES Shelby County September Newsletter
September 2016

Welcome to ACES Shelby County!

Poison sumac or "nice" sumac?

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Shelby County ACES September Events

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And The Eating Games Begin

Starting with football season in September and going through Easter in the spring, there’s one eating event after another. According to Helen Jones, an Alabama Extension regional agent in Human Nutrition, Diet and Health, many social gatherings with family and friends center around eating. Unfortunately, many of […]   Read More

Armyworms Causing Headaches for Homeowners

Alabama farmers have been battling fall armyworms in their pastures since July, and now the pest is giving homeowners headaches. Dr. Dave Han, a turf specialist with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, says 2016 is an above average year for fall armyworms in lawns and turfgrasses. “They […]   Read More

Income Tax Workshops Planned for Farmers

Income tax planning can affect your profitability and financial security. To help farmers understand the impact of income tax planning, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System is offering a series of workshops at locations around the state. Dr. Robert Tufts, an Alabama Extension attorney, will lead the […]   Read More

Forestry Tax Seminar

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Honey, Honey

September is National Honey Month! In celebration, two of our beekeeping regional Extension agents have shared their favorite honey-filled recipes. Alabama Extension Regional Agent, Dani Carroll said Honey Dip, her favorite, is always a crowd pleaser — especially with kids. Honey Dip 1 block cream cheese […]   Read More

Beekeeping 101 Workshop: September 26, 2016

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Guidelines for Submitting, Interpreting, and Using Soil Tests

Providing adequate nutrition to one’s animals is a common goal of livestock producers. Without adequate nutrients and minerals, animals are less productive and return less profit. Many producers understand that one cannot simply “make up for” a protein deficiency by providing animals extra energy, and that dollars are lost by over feeding animals past their […]   Read More

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