Rain in Alabama has produced a good crop of peanuts, and Dr. Austin Hagan has tips on how to control problems that arise with wet weather.
U.S. Rep. Martha Roby met Alabama Extension and Auburn University scientists at the Wiregrass Research and Extension Center in Headland Aug. 15.
Timber Tax workshop will be held in Barbour County September 14. Click link above for more details.
Thanks to recent rains, fire ant mounds are popping up across state.What appear to be new mounds have been around for probably several months.
Alabama’s peach producers are harvesting only 10 to 30 percent of their normal crop. A combination of three events have stressed peach crops across Alabama.
Producers from all areas of Alabama have had planting or harvesting delays and are now making management decisions based on excessive rainfall.
With continued rains and several weeks of intense moisture, producers should be scouting fields weekly in search of corn diseases.
Weed Management in Lakes and Ponds Seminar, July 26
Bring a pond weed to be identified or water samples to be tested. Extension Specialist and Wildlife REA will be available to answer any questions relating to ponds, wildlife, and natural resources.
Junior Master Cattlemen Program
Do you have a child that is interested in showing cattle? The Barbour County Extension Office and Barbour County Cattlemen invite you to the First Annual Family Day on Saturday, May 13, 2017, from 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM, at John Morris’ Barn located at 356 County Road 36, Eufaula, AL. Look for Cattlemen’s signs! We will be having a time of food, fellowship, and fun for you and your family. Children will learn from other youth who have experience showing cattle in state shows and Extension professionals that have experience with show cattle. The Barbour County Cattlemen’s Association will provide lunch.
Please call the Extension Office at (334) 687-5688 by May 5, if you and your family plan to attend. Look forward to seeing you on Saturday, May 13th.