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From the Live Well Alabama Kitchen – Sneaky Mashed Potatoes

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – This Food Friday, Live Well Alabama is cooking Sneaky Mashed Potatoes. Can you keep a secret? Try Sneaky Mashed Potatoes with hidden cauliflower. Hiding vegetables in foods is a good way to get kids to eat healthy….

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Biology and Control of Mole Crickets

Mole crickets have become the most destructive insect pest on turf and lawns in Gulf Coast states. Damage and replacement costs for turf and pastures are annually in the millions of dollars. Learn about the biology, ecology, and man…

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Beef Cow Pregnancy Examination

A beef cow needs to produce a calf every year to be an economically viable member of the herd. An important management tool that will improve the reproductive efficiency of a beef herd is an annual pregnancy examination for every co…

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Changes in Label for Prowl H2O on Forages

In the past, Prowl H2O was only labeled on dormant bermudagrass. It now can be used on cool-season forage grasses with or without alfalfa (not clovers). It is labeled for grasses grown for forage, green chop, silage, hay production, and/or …

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Alabama Beef Handbook

Beef cattle represent one of the largest segments of Alabama’s agriculture industry, providing a great source of income for the state. This handbook explains basic beef cattle practices and is intended to aid beef cattle producers…

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Nutrition Facts Panel Order Form

Following these important steps will ensure the speediness and accuracy of your Nutrition Facts Panel (NFP):

Please include the most accurate measurement of each ingredient as possible. Weighted measurements (grams, ounces by weight, p…

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Alfalfa Useful In Hay and Pasture Operations

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Alfalfa crops are once again returning to the Southeastern agriculture scene. Once a dominant forage, producers saw an elimination of many productive stands because of several factors, including insects and a har…

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Bacterial Canker in Peach

This spring, Southeastern peach growers frequently noticed withered blossoms with an amber-colored gummy substance oozing from them, a condition known as blossom blast. Lab analysis showed that a strain of a bacterium, Pseudomonas syringae…

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Common Complications With Calving

Cows and heifers can experience multiple complications before, during, and after calving, and each complication can have negative short- and long-term reproductive consequences if not handled properly. This publication focuses on so…

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Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus

Bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) is a potentially serious problem for cow-calf herds and has been implicated as a cause of infertility, abortions, diarrhea, respiratory disease (shipping fever), weakening of the immune system, w…

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Bahiagrass Management

Dr. Leanne Dillard, an Alabama Extension forage specialist, discusses bahiagrass management.

 

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Controlling Fire Ants in Vegetable Gardens

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.— Gardeners preparing summer vegetable gardens may find their plots already teeming with life, but not the kind they would like to see. Fire ants are common in yards, flowerbeds, playgrounds and gardens throughout A…

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