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Soybean Rust Found in Dothan

Soybean rust was found on kudzu May 16 in downtown Dothan. Dr. Edward Sikora scouts this site frequently for the disease because the kudzu seldom dies-back in the winter completely. This offers the fungal pathogen an overwintering site on a…

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Soybean Varietal Sensitivity Seen Following Saflufenacil Applications

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Soybean varieties have different levels of tolerance or sensitivity to saflufenacil. For several years, research has monitored the responses of different Soybean varieties to saflufenacil. Extension specialists hop…

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Frogeye Leaf Spot of Soybeans

Frogeye leaf spot (FLS), caused by the fungus Cercospora sojina, is a major disease of soybeans in the southern United States. Estimates of yield loss due to FLS have been reported to be as high as 30 percent on susceptible varieties when e…

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Trade Tariffs Initiate Soybean Market Shift, Cause Concern

…ed into the country. In retaliation, China made good on a previous threat to implement tariffs on U.S. items, including soybeans and other agricultural products. soybeans are one of Alabama’s most common row crops, therefore, these tariff…

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Crop Pest Alert #1: Moth Activity Shoots Up in Alabama

… (TBW) moths
8 corn earworm (CEW)
92 beet armyworm (BAW)
14 fall armyworm (FAW)
25 cabbage looper (CL)
3 soybean looper (SL)
416 lesser cornstalk borer (LCB)
55 squash vine borer (SVB) moths

Clearly, there is lot mor…

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Extension Leads in Advancing Alabama

…. These employees have successful careers as small business owners and landscapers.

Crop Production

Soybean rust monitoring resulted in 5% reduction in fungicide inputs saving Alabama Soybean producers $459,000 at a cost…

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Nutrient Requirements of Sheep and Goats

…rs up the material in the rumen. These forage products include any type of hay, silage, or fresh forage. Cottonseed and soybean hulls often are utilized as a form of fiber in feed rations.
Implementing a Nutritional Program
To meet the nu…

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Dry Spring Causes Cotton Management Difficulties

…illing the seed is unlikely,” Brown said. “Cotton seed in the soil (and in the bag) is much more heat tolerant than soybeans and peanuts. Historically, we’ve observed cotton seeded in dry conditions emerge weeks after planting concurr…

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Alabama Commodity Feed Contact List

…one: (256) 734-1582
Type of feedstuffs handled: Corn, corn screenings, corn gluten feed, dried distiller’s grains, soybean hulls, beet pulp, cottonseed hulls, cottonseed meal, whole cottonseed, soybean meal, oats, wheat, wheat middling…

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Alabama Planting Guide for Forage Legumes

…ed % (Maximum): 0.50
Seed/Pound: 372,000
Inoculant Group: Cowpea
Special Notes: Use certified, hulled seed.

Soybeans

Growth Habit: Warm-season annual
Area: N,C,S
Soils: Deep loam, bottoms; pH 5.8–6.5
Seeding Rate…

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Foal Management: Preweaning Phase

…mino acids contained in the protein, is also a consideration in selecting a feed. High-quality protein sources, such as soybean meal, alfalfa meal, animal protein, or milk protein, should be used in formulating a feed. Table 1 shows minimum…

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Profit Profiles of Commodities

…ices are current as they are published. Download the current Profit Profiles.
Futures Prices
Closing prices for Corn, Soybeans, Soybean Meal, Cotton, Live Cattle, and Feeder Cattle are posted. The next columned section has the Min/Max for…

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Alabama Prospective Planting Numbers Released

…estimated at 170,000 acres. Winter wheat planted is estimated at 170,000 acres, up six percent from last year. Intended soybean acreage is down to 280,000—a large 19 percent decrease from 2018.

Runge said the biggest surprise in the re…

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Wild Turkey Management in Alabama

…nd located in or near woodlands. Where turkeys and deer are abundant, plots of at least 1 acre are needed. Corn, chufa, soybeans, and grain sorghums are planted extensively to supplement fall and winter foods of turkeys. Vetch, rye, wheat, …

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Crop and Pastureland Recovery After a Flood

…pulations may be significantly reduced under flooding conditions, so it is important to inoculate legume crops, such as soybean, following a prolonged flood event. Cover crops can be used to prevent further erosion if cash crops are not goi…

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