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Protecting Non-cold Acclimated Strawberry Plants

A cold front is predicted and threatens to deliver bitter cold temperatures for some parts of Alabama during the overnight hours of Tuesday, November 12. In north and central Alabama, temperatures of 20°F and 24°F, respectively, are being…

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Fall: Time for a Garden Refresh

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—As autumn brings cooler temperatures to Alabama, it looks as if summer heat is on the way out. Pleasant weather has drawn many southern gardeners out to make lawn and garden updates.

Whether it is general mainte…

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Walking Like a CHAMPION

Alabama Extension’s CHAMPION program launched a statewide campaign to get Alabama residents walking. County Extension offices in Calhoun, Houston, Jefferson, Lauderdale, Marshall, Mobile, and Tuscaloosa have established walking teams to sup…

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Backyard Bird Feeding

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Bird feeding is a hobby that over 62 million Americans enjoy. Alabama boasts a diverse gathering of bird species, making bird feeding an especially popular activity in the state.
Birds
Just as the seasons chang…

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Oyster Restoration: How to Grow Your Oyster Garden

Welcome to a new oyster gardening season. New volunteers, we are happy to have you join us; seasoned volunteers, it is great to have you back. This fact sheet will tell you everything you need to know to get started with your oyster garden….

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Make Plans to Attend Ala. Row Crops Short Course Dec. 10

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Alabama producers can prepare for the upcoming growing seasons at the 2019 Row Crops Short Course in Auburn, Alabama. The course will be held at the Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center Dec. 10 from …

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Pheasant Embryo Development

This publication shows the development of a pheasant embryo from Day 1 through Day 24.

Click on each image to see it full scale.

 

Download a PDF of Pheasant Embryo Development, ANR-1411….

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Bobwhite Quail Embryo Development

This publication shows the development of a bobwhite quail embryo from Day 1 through Day 23.

Click on each image to see it full scale.

 

Download a PDF of Bobwhite Quail Embryo Devel…

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Chicken Embryo Development

This publication shows the development of a chicken embryo from Day 1 through Day 21.

Click on each image to see it full scale.

 

Download a PDF of Chicken Embryo Development, ANR-1408….

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The Virginia Opossum: Our Only Native Marsupial

The Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana), also known as possum, is an animal that can be both a benefit and a nuisance to landowners. Known widely for playing dead when frightened, the opossum is a creature with a unique place among Alab…

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Managing White-tailed Deer: Camera Surveys

Landowners and hunters continually seek new tools, information, and techniques for managing white-tailed deer on their properties. One technique that has grown quite popular is the use of game cameras to conduct surveys of local deer herd…

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Prescribed Fires: Great Tool for Land Management

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Wildlife managers often promote the use of prescribed fires, a great tool for landscape management. This tool serves a multitude of beneficial purposes for both the land and landowner.

Fire was historically used…

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Pickling Produce

Pickles add zip and zest to your meals, snacks, and party refreshments—if they are good pickles. They enhance the flavor of some foods that contain nutrients essential to good health.

Pickling is one of the oldest kno…

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Nutritional Management of Beef Replacement Heifers

Purchasing or raising replacement heifers is a systematic part of maintaining a beef cow- calf operation. Replacement heifers should ultimately grow into a productive, fertile female that produces a calf annually as part of the herd…

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Blackberry Planting, Spacing, and Trellising

If you have only picked and eaten the wild blackberries that grow along fencerows, you are missing out on a treat. There are many different cultivated blackberry plants that are much larger and more productive than the wild plants.
Anatomy…

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