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Seedling Diseases of Soybean

Soybean seedling diseases are one of the most important causes of reduced stand establishment and can result in economic losses. Soybeans infected with a seedling disease are typically weak and less vigorous. When stand loss is severe, grow…

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Stay at Home Beekeeping Series – Distance Learning for Beekeeping Clubs

In light of recent COVID-19 developments, the CDC recommends that people practice social distancing. This will help reduce transmission of the virus, particularly to vulnerable individuals. As a result, the Alabama Extension beekeeping team…

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Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

In this video, Dr. Ken Macklin, an Alabama Extension poultry science specialist, provides more information on the current coronavirus outbreak.  Learn more about how to help your family navigate this outbreak at


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Black Rot Detected on Cabbage Transplants

Symptoms of black rot have been recently discovered on a number of cabbage seedlings at a garden center. It is important for growers to know what the symptoms of this disease are and the recommended control methods.
Black Rot
Black rot is…

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State Impact: 4-H Project Work

Head, Heart, Hands and Health
Alabama 4-H young people learn, lead, and make a difference.

4-H young people learn workforce development skills such as time-management, networking, and accountability in addition to cognitive skills used …

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Applying Soil Amendments of Organic Origin to Agricultural Land

Organic soil amendments can be a beneficial and cost-effective alternative to fertilizers. But you need to know the right ones to apply to your land. Learn approved applications of various organic matter.

Soil amendments of…

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Soybean Rust Overwintering in South Alabama

Soybean rust, a fungal pathogen of soybean, successfully overwintered on kudzu in Baldwin and Mobile counties. Kudzu, a tropical legume, is the main overwintering host for the pathogen in the United States. Soybean rust survives on kudz…

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Coronavirus: Avoiding Scammers

As cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) accelerate, scammers are looking for ways to take advantage of the fears surrounding this widespread illness.

Many websites are being created to sell bogus products. Scammers are using fake emails, …

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Balsamic Roasted Turkey Salad Perfect for the Weekend

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – This Balsamic Roasted Turkey Salad is the perfect Food Friday recipe to get people geared up for the weekend. Whether eating it for a light lunch or serving it for family dinner, this salad is sure to be a crowd …

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Education Beyond High School: Affordable for Alabama Families

Access to education beyond high school is important for all young people. Many communities in the state of Alabama have jobs that require postsecondary education.

Postsecondary means education after high school. Graduating from…

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Coronavirus: Helpful Food and Shopping Tips

The coronavirus (COVID-19) is now in the global spotlight. Facing a short (two weeks or less) quarantine at home is a real possibility. Take steps now in case you face a quarantine.

Preparing for a quarantine of this nature is much like …

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Coronavirus: Handwashing and Sanitizers

Washing your hands is the best way to prevent the spread of illnesses, such as the common cold and flu. Handwashing also helps reduce the spread of the highly publicized coronavirus (COVID-19).
When Should I Wash My Hands?
Washing hands o…

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National Nutrition Month® – Eat Right, Bite-by-Bite

ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Well-balanced nutrition is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Each year in March the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics highlights the importance of nutrition through its National Nutrition Month…

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