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From the Live Well Alabama Kitchen – Hearty Egg Burritos

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – This Food Friday, Live Well Alabama is serving Hearty Egg Burritos. This recipe is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Eggs are a cheap and healthy source of protein. This recipe serves 4.
Ingredients

1 tea…

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Landowner Succession Planning Issues

Transferring the family farm to the next generation requires planning. This content discusses three issues that affect the future of the family farm: estate (death) taxes, joint management, and built-in capital gains tax. Each of these issu…

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Greenhouse Cooling: An Overview of Fan and Pad Systems

The greenhouse environment can quickly become too hot for healthy plant production, even in the winter. During the summer months, extra cooling beyond what fan ventilation can provide may be necessary.
Evaporative Cooling
Evaporative cool…

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Saving Seeds: This Year’s Seeds, Next Year’s Plants

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – With summer gardens starting to dwindle, growers can take this opportunity to get started on next year’s vegetable and flower gardens. Saving seeds from this year’s plants can help growers get a head start for next…

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Building an IBC Aquaponics System

In this six-part video series, David Cline, an Alabama Extension specialist with the Auburn University school of fisheries, aquaculture, and aquatic science, describes and illustrates building an IBC aquaponics system using readily availabl…

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Alabama Certified Alabama Breastfeeding Friendly Child Care Providers

A to Z Home Daycare
Auburn, Alabama

Array of Light Home Care
Coosada, Alabama

Big Blue Marble Academy
Auburn, Alabama

Children’s Lighthouse¬†
Hoover, Alabama

Funland Childcare
Rockford, Alabama

Ganny’s Babies
Goodwater,…

Washing Raw Poultry Can Lead to Foodborne Illness

For many years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has recommended that poultry should not be washed prior to or during meal preparation. The reason for this recommendation is to prevent the spread of foodborne pathogens such as Salmonella¬…

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Drones: Alabama Extension’s Management Minute Series

Drones or UAVs provide a useful management tool that allows landowners to generate real-time aerial images of their property that might not be up-to-date through online sources.¬† Land management practices, like timber harvests and road con…

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4-H and NASA’s GLOBE Observer

How can you be a Citizen Scientist? Citizen science “engages people of all ages in personal experiences of nature around them and enables them to make important contributions to professional science endeavors” as described in a new 4-H acti…

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Aging Deer on the Hoof: Alabama Extension’s Management Minute Series

Allowing bucks to survive to older age classes is one of the essential steps when managing deer populations for antlers size. As bucks grow older, and their bodies develop, more energy is targeted towards antler development.¬† Being able to…

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Chainsaw Safety: Alabama Extension’s Management Minute Series

Chainsaws are an effective habitat management tool. However, they do pose operational risks and hazards that should be recognized and understood.¬† Although no practice can entirely limit the risks associated with chainsaws, following recom…

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Blood Trails: Alabama Extension’s Management Minute Series

Learning to track wounded game by following a blood trail is an integral part of being an ethical hunter. Hunters can use dogs trained to follow blood trails to increase the chances of recovering game. Scent hounds or retrieving breeds are …

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Ladybugs Potential Natural Enemies of Crape Myrtle Bark Scale

Almost everyone is familiar with ladybugs. Although, they are usually referred to as bugs, ladybugs are actually beetles. True bugs (order Hemiptera) have sucking mouthparts, where beetles have chewing mouthparts. Recently, ladybugs were re…

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Mourning Dove Biology & Management in Alabama

The mourning dove (Zenaida macroura) is arguably the most popular game bird in North America with hunters harvesting more than 16 million doves annually from a continental population estimated at more than 308 million birds.

Alabama dove…

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Pesticide Use in Hemp

General Pesticide Information
All pesticides used in Alabama, on hemp or otherwise, must be registered with the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries (ADAI). The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates pesticide use in t…

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