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Organic Insecticide Rotations and Tank-mixes for Vegetable Crops

…remix insecticides are available from online retailers that include Arbico Organics, Gardens Alive, Seven Springs Farm, Forestry Distributing, Amazon, and many others. Always check the expiration date on the package and the product quality …

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Chronic Wasting Disease: What to Know

… not consume meat from a deer with CWD.
Cases of CWD

Mark Smith, an Alabama Extension specialist and professor of forestry, wildlife and natural resources, said that CWD has been around for a while, but the major spread of the disease…

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A Ready Partner

…s and opportunities

We help millions of Alabamians.
We provide research-based educational programs in agriculture; forestry, wildlife, and natural resources; family and consumer sciences; economic and community development; 4-H and you…

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Metam Sewer Control Commercial Applicator Permit Information (MS)

This Commercial Category is for Pesticide Applicators who work with sewer line chemical root control.

Click on the text to link to materials and forms. When necessary the link will bring you to the Alabama Department of Agriculture and I…

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Engaging Citizens through Environmental Education

…servation and backyard wildlife)
Greening and green space development (urban, faith, and community gardens)
Urban forestry and ecological processes
Safety disaster preparedness
Reuse, reduce, and recycle efforts

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Youth Exploring Environmental Science

… engage in activities that promote natural resource conservation, environmental preservation, and community awareness.
Forestry, Wildlife, and Ecology
Ecology is the study of the interrelationships between plants and animals in a particu…

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…ss the state that focuses on wildlife recovery and sustainability, GPS and geocaching, disaster preparedness, and urban forestry and ecological processes.  Click for more info

 STEM in the Garden
Coming 2019

Youth …

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Aquatic Resources Team: Project Activities & Impacts 2017

…that they had fished or even held a fishing rod.
Watershed Management
(Project included in both Aquatic Resources and Forestry, Wildlife, and Natural Resources reports.)
Project Leaders: Eve Brantley, Eric Reutebuch, Mona Dominguez

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Caring for Trees: Hiring an Arborist

…ected to reimburse you for damages without a civil suit to demand it.
Beau Brodbeck, Regional Extension Agent, Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management, and Jack Rowe, Extension Specialist, Community Forestry, Auburn Univ…

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Caring for Trees: Post-Storm Assessment

Remove trees that have suffered irreparable damage.


Beau Brodbeck, Regional Extension Agent, Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management, and Jack Rowe, Extension Community Forestry Specialist, Auburn Unive…

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Caring for Trees: Power Lines

…d yourself in the attempt than to rescue the fallen person.

Beau Brodbeck, Regional Extension Agent, Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management, Auburn University.
Use pesticides only according to the directions …

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Clearing Debris from Land

…e debris:

Inspect damaged trees to see if they can be salvaged. Contact an Extension horticulturist or forestry specialist for this work.
Remove valuable trees before clearing debris.
If possible, attach a rake to the…

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Bobwhite Quail Management

…tors, including weather and soil fertility. If you are inexperienced in controlled burning, get help from the Alabama Forestry Commission or a Forestry/ wildlife consultant. planting. Many food plants that are adapted to most of Alabama m…

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Uneven-aged Management of Longleaf Pine: An Often Overlooked Option for Landowners

…, in part, to conversion to agricultural use, urban development, lack of fire (natural or human caused), and plantation forestry. Widespread harvesting of forests in the late 1800s reduced longleaf acres substantially. Natural regeneration …

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