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Fall is Pecan Time

Pecan

AUBURN, Ala.-Pecans are a staple in many recipes. To ensure you have the best quality nuts for your next dish, harvest pecans as they drop from the trees.  Do not wait and try to harvest them all at one time at the end of the season. “Harvest your pecans promptly for best quality. Don’t let them lie on wet ground ... Read More »

Field and Garden Flood Recovery

AUBURN, Ala.— Flooding causes destruction where ever it occurs. Often homes and businesses take the brunt of flood damage. Field and garden flood recovery are equally important in the aftermath of a natural disaster. If your backyard garden was in a flooded area, chances are it lost some nitrogen and will need refertilization. It is important to wait several days before ... Read More »

Flooded Fields May Require Additional Soil Testing

AUBURN, Ala.—Torrential downpours in late 2015 and early 2016 left many farmers with underwater fields. Cropland along rivers and other low-lying areas were submerged for several days leaving many fields drenched and unreachable. Alabama Extension agronomists say soil testing could benefit farmers who plan to plant fields that spent many hours under water.  “Soil testing is always important,” Alabama Extension ... Read More »