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Food Safety for Southern U.S. Food Crop Producers After Flooding

… depth with a moldboard or chisel plow may be necessary. Formation of minor ditches or gullies from erosion may also be corrected with tillage. However, larger gullies or deeper sediment accumulation may require more extensive repair with e…

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Mulches for the Home Landscape

…he bag.

Sawdust and wood chip mulch have a high carbon content and can remove nitrogen from the soil. This is easily corrected by using additional nitrogen fertilizer.

Heavy mulching over a period of years results in a mat of mulch an…

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Guide to Picking a Good Tree

The #1 problem in tree selection is root defects in container grown trees.

To Picking a Good Tree
Buying a tree is a livestock purchase. Think about it. You are buying a living organism. Your money well spent depends on the tree bei…

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Crop and Pastureland Recovery After a Flood

…on depth with a moldboard or chisel plow may be necessary. Minor ditches and gullies as a result of erosion can also be corrected with tillage. Larger gullies and deep sediment may require extensive repair with earth-moving equipment.

Co…

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Evaluation of Pond Balance in Recreational Fish Ponds

…ne enough bream to restore balance may not be practical or possible. A slow growing and stunted bream population can be corrected by applying rotenone along the margins of the pond in the early fall to achieve a partial kill. Apply rotenone…

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Harvesting and Record Keeping in Recreational Fish Ponds

…ot have enough food (small bream), become stunted, and are in poor physical condition. Many times this condition can be corrected by heavily harvesting the bass (see Evaluation of Pond Balance).

Over- or underharvest of bream appears to …

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Advancing Bullying Awareness: Parenting Strategies for Teens Who Bully Others

In this second of a five-part series, you will learn how to recognize and prevent bullying behaviors in youth ages 12 to 17.

Bullying is very common in children and youth. National data has indicated that approximately 30 percent of …

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Timetable for Pond Owner Services

The Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (DWFF) of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources provides a variety of services for the private pond owner. These services include, pond balance checks, fish kill inves…

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Sheep Production in the Southeast

… sterility. The exact distance of the haul that could be detrimental has not been determined. This condition is usually corrected without any special treatment within 4 to 6 weeks. To prevent this problem, plan to move the ram at a time tha…

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Essential Plant Nutrients

…ears first on the oldest leaves, then on younger ones as the deficiency becomes more severe. A deficiency can be easily corrected with nitrogen fertilizers. Overfertilizing with nitrogen can cause excessing vegetative growth, lodging (falli…

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Common Diseases of Snap and Lima Beans

…nt losses due to root-rotting diseases. Poor growing conditions, such as compacted soils or hard pan layers, need to be corrected in order to provide optimal growing conditions for your crop.

A crop rotation of at least 2 years wit…

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