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Connecting with Nature is Good for Body & Soul

Developed in Japan in the 1980s, Shinrin-yoku means taking in the forest atmosphere or forest bathing, and it is gaining popularity in the United States. When forest bathing, you probably will not get wet, and you might not even have to lea…

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Residents Discover National Forests Through Alabama Water Watch

Alabama Water Watch (AWW) is the statewide volunteer water monitoring program that is supported by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and is based at Auburn University. For nearly 30 years, AWW has been training citizens to collect cr…

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Coronavirus: Managing Family Finances 

Individuals and families are confronting changes to their finances because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Regular bills and living expenses don’t stop. Prioritizing means making choices about which bills you will pay in full, pay…

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Coronavirus: Supporting Local, Small Business

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, many small businesses are facing serious challenges because of social distancing guidelines. Small businesses play a big part in the American economy. According to the Small Business Administratio…

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Coronavirus: Alternate Ways to Get Food

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many people are undergoing a quarantine to decrease the chance of spreading the disease. This quarantine has left some with an inadequate way of getting food and meals. Several resources are avai…

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Herbicide Damage in Trees

Herbicide damage in landscape trees seems to be a growing problem. During the spring and summer over the last few years, many calls have come in from homeowners about herbicide-damaged trees. In most cases, injuries occur as a result of mis…

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Vital Testing Labs Open for Business

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Farming waits for no man and no virus. Farmers across Alabama must keep their operations running while following health guidelines. To help ensure farmers have the resources they need, agricultural testing labs on …

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Smart Yards Online Series

With the current outbreak of COVID-19, people are practicing social distancing and many are going under a quarantine. Alabama Extension is committed to providing these individuals educational resources during this time. In an effort to acco…

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Alabama Extension Continues to Serve During Coronavirus

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – The Alabama Cooperative Extension System has temporarily closed its county and state offices in response to coronavirus control protocols from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. During this time, Ext…

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Coronavirus: Knowing the Basics

What is COVID-19?
COVID-19 is a coronavirus. Coronaviruses are respiratory illnesses, which include the common cold and more serious illnesses such as the Sudden Acute Respiratory Illness (SARS) and the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (ME…

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Prevent Potential Yield Losses with Proper Planter Settings

Sowing is one of the most important practices in the crop production process. The fundamental purpose of sowing is to place seeds at an optimum soil depth for the best seed-to-soil contact and, therefore, the appropriate growing conditions….

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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 www.aces.edu.

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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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