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SOW–A Planting Companion

…tion including:
• Estimated days to harvest
• Estimated yield per plant
• Spacing between plants
• Planting depth below ground level
• Suggested varieties
• Special notes as needed

Download the app from the Apple A…

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Alabama Planting Guide for Forage Grasses

…ommended levels of germination, purity, and weed seed contamination. Ensure that the seed is planted at the right rate, depth, and time of year. Also be sure that the seeding method and planting environment are appropriate to the species.

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Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resources Team Impacts 2018

…Georgia, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, and California, and even Taiwan. This weeklong intensive camp gave students an in-depth and hands-on educational experience regarding a variety of wildlife- related topics, including herpetology, ornith…

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

…an 4 inches deep can be incorporated using conventional tillage methods. If sediments or residues have accumulated to a depth of 4 to 8 inches, deep tillage to twice the accumulation depth with a moldboard or chisel plow may be necessary. F…

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Vegetable Information

…of the last killing frost.

Plant corn in rows 30 to 36 inches apart with seed 12 to 15 inches apart. Cover seed to a depth of about 1 inch. Plant sweet corn in a block rather than in long rows to ensure good pollination and ear fill.

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SmartMap 2.0: The Next Step of Information

… 2.0
The SmartMap 1.0 workshop provides participants with an introduction to UAV technology. SmartMap 2.0 is a more in-depth review of the apps used in planning and conducting UAS flights.

“In 1.0, participants learn easily adoptable …

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Irrigation Wells During a Drought Period

…quality of the water. There are several ways to measure the static water level including: an electric sounder, electric depth gauge, or wetted tape. You can also deepen the well or drill a deeper replacement well….

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Alabama Planting Guide for Forage Legumes

…ommended levels of germination, purity, and weed seed contamination. Ensure that the seed is planted at the right rate, depth, and time of the year. Additionally, ensure that seeding method and planting environment are appropriate to the s…

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Right Irrigation Rate and Right Timing

… advantage of this method is that crop water use can be determined directly from soil sensor readings from several soil depths, which can lead to a more precise and accurate determination of plant water uptake. Most of the sensors available…

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Brunswickgrass: A Weed in Southern Pastures & Bahiagrass Seed Fields

…zome system that looks different from bahiagrass rhizomes. Brunswickgrass rhizomes occur below the soil surface (with a depth of approximately 4 in or 10 centimeters) and spread laterally (figure 4, left), while bahiagrass rhizomes, which a…

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Subterranean Termite Control Products for Alabamians

…that will be covered by the slab. After the slab is poured, apply at a rate of 4 gallons per 10 linear feet per foot of depth to create a vertical barrier in soil backfill areas next to foundation elements such as walls, piers, pipes, slab …

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Farming Basics: A CEU Credit Opportunity

…dvice and guidance for our whole farm,” DeBoer said.

In addition to basics, the course provides participants with in-depth information about farmers market regulations, food safety laws, soil preparation and irrigation. It also offers ti…

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