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Garden Fertilizer

Garden Fertilizer is part 6 of The Alabama Master Gardener series.

You should soil test to ensure you apply the correct nutrients in the correct amounts for your garden.

Home Soil Testing: Taking a Sample

Home Soil Testing: Using …

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Wood Ashes for Lime and Potash

Wood Ashes for Lime and Potash is part 5 of The Alabama Vegetable Gardener series.

Most people associate wood ashes with the popular term for potassium fertilizers—potash. Vast areas of forests in the eastern United States were once b…

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Excessive Phosphorus in Garden Soils

Excessive Phosphorus in Garden Soils is part 4 of The Alabama Vegetable Gardener series.

Soil-test records from Auburn University show that more than 40 percent of Alabama garden soils have very high or excessive levels of phosphorus (P)…

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Acid Soils Create Gardening Problems

Acid Soils Create Gardening Problems is part 3 of The Alabama Vegetable Gardener series.

Acid soils (low pH) cause more gardening problems in Alabama than any other soil factor.

Soils become acid naturally in humid climates. Rainfall,…

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A Well-Drained Soil

A Well-Drained Soil is part 2 of The Alabama Vegetable Gardener series.

Most gardening publications emphasize that you should locate your garden on well-drained soil. What is well-drained soil? What can you do if you have a wet-natured s…

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Planning for the Home Garden

Planning for the Home Garden is part 1 of The Alabama Vegetable Gardener series.

A successful home garden comes with planning and constant attention! Select the site carefully, plant at the right time, use the right amount of fertilizer,…

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Venomous Snakes of Alabama

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Alabama is home to one of the most diverse wildlife populations in the country. In fact, Alabama consistently ranks among the top five states in overall biodiversity. Included in this population, are over 50 spec…

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Massive Perennial Yellow Jacket Nest Located in Baldwin County

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Reports of perennial yellow jacket nests continue to come in from across Alabama. One of these nests could be one be of the oldest professionals with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, have ever seen. Charle…

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From the Live Well Alabama Kitchen – Half Veggie Burgers

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – This Food Friday, Live Well Alabama is cooking Half Veggie Burgers. Enjoy grilling with the whole family! Combine lean ground turkey or beef with canned pinto beans for tasty backyard burgers that will help save yo…

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Live Well Recipe: Grilled Cheese Surprise

Mix it up with our Grilled Cheese Surprise! Try adding veggies to your favorite recipes. Let your child–with clean hands–help tear spinach leaves into pieces. Serves 4.
Ingredients
Butter, softened

8 slices of whole wheat bread

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Summer Pasture and Hayfield Pests

Dr. Katelyn Kesheimer, an Alabama Extension entomologist, discusses summer pasture and hayfield pests.

 

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Blossom-End Rot Possible in Tomatoes

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – For many, there is nothing better than eating a tomato sandwich using fresh tomatoes from the garden. Tomatoes are often the most common plants in a basic garden. There are many varieties on the market, each one …

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Mobile County Master Environmental Educator Lessons

Volunteer instructors travel throughout Mobile County to public and private schools to present environmental lessons for 6th – 12th grades.

The Water Cycle: Students will see a “rainstorm” in the classroom. After seeing the demonstra…

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