Evaluating Freeze Damage to Peaches
In the video, Mike Reeves, regional Extension agent for Commercial Horticulture, explains how to determine the amount of damage done by the March 26 early morning freeze so that growers can decide how to proceed with their cultivation practices, such as fertilization, pruning, and more. Also discussed in this video is the damage done to open and closed blooms or buds.
We Are Alabama Extension
These are seven accounts of how Extension educators in all 67 counties continue to extend the resources of our state's land-grant universities to improve the lives of Alabamians where they live and work. They illustrate how the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, marking our 100th year of service to the people of Alabama, continues to use new outreach methods and new technologies to build on a century-old foundation of learning and empowerment.
Healthy Homes: Rent Smarter
Low-cost changes can have a big impact. This easy-to-read publication will help you learn about your rights as a renter, your responsibilities, what a healthy home is, and how to maintain a healthy home.