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Think Safety First When Traveling

ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY, Ala.—It’s that time of the year when millions of Americans travel by road, railways, or air to designated locations. Although every travel mishap cannot be prevented, there are some preventive measures you ca…

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Hinge Cuts: Alabama Extension’s Management Minute Series

Using hinge cuts on mid and understory hardwood trees is a simple management tool that can increase browse and bedding cover availability for deer on your property.  Focus in areas on your property that will benefit most from adding these …

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Holiday Food Safety Important for Cooks

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Foodborne illness will put an instant damper on holiday celebrations.  Practicing holiday food safety can reduce the chances of someone getting sick.
Preparing and Serving Food
“Do not let foods linger durin…

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Nursery and Greenhouse Industry Big Business in Alabama

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – The poinsettia sitting on the hearth, the hydroponic lettuce in the refrigerator, the new shrubs waiting to be planted — all of these were probably grown right here in Alabama.

Paul Brown, associate director f…

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Family Reading Activities for the Holidays

ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY, Ala. – With a little bit of imagination, parents can develop creative ways to get their children reading this holiday.

This time of the year, children are excited about winter break, while parents are stressed…

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Alabama Cotton Shorts Newsletter

About the Alabama Cotton Shorts Newsletter
Alabama Cotton Shorts is a newsletter designed to keep cotton producers in the know. From planting dates to crop inputs—there are many factors to consider. The Alabama Cooperative Extension Syst…

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A Tree of Hope

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. — Hope. It takes all forms. When a monster storm destroys a community, hope can be as simple as a tree planted to show future generations the meaning of resilience.

The Hallmark Channel wanted to plant a tree of…

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Sticking to a Food Budget This Holiday

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Cooking for the holidays can destroy a monthly food budget. Whether baking treats for gifts or cooking to entertain family and friends, a large portion of the season is spent preparing food. If not careful, groc…

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Whole Cottonseed Use in Beef Cattle Diets

Feeding whole cottonseed to beef cattle can be an economical and effective way to supplement energy, fat, and protein in their diets.

As cotton is ginned, lint, debris, and cottonseed are separated. In this process, sma…

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Alabama Fish Farming Center Serves Aquaculture Industry

This Auburn University satellite laboratory offers services and programs to commercial producers throughout west Alabama.

The Alabama Fish Farming Center (AFFC) was established in 1982 to assist a growing catf…

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Drought and Forests: Information for Landowners

Historically, drought has occurred across the southern United States and will continue to do so in the future. In years to come, little change in overall precipitation amounts is likely; however, the way it occurs is likely to chang…

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Collecting Soil and Root Samples for Nematode Analysis

Learn how to properly collect soil and root samples to test for nematodes.

Why Sample for Nematodes?

Several kinds of plant parasitic nematodes attack Alabama’s field crops, gardens, and landscape plantin…

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Nematode Control in the Home Vegetable Garden

Most gardeners are familiar with problems caused by diseases and insects because such problems are easily recognized. Few gardeners, however, are aware of the damage nematodes can cause.

Nematodes are microscopic (less than…

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Economic Impact of a New Greenhouse in Alabama

The entry of a new 2,880-square-foot greenhouse producing hydroponic lettuce (or something similar) in Alabama causes an increase in economic activity within the state, both in construction and in ongoing annual operations. Consider the fol…

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Winston County Students are Living to Serve 

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Many adults do not see teenagers as change agents. However, Zack Brannon, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System’s Winston County coordinator, knows that young people can change lives.

A partnership between A…

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