AUBURN, Ala. –Dried herbs are a great addition to any meal but buying your favorites from the store can add up and be pretty pricey. If you love to do things at home and already have fresh herbs growing in your garden, it is inexpensive and easy to dry them at home. All you need to get started is twine, scissors, … Read More »
Alabama Vegetable IPM Project reaches out to a large variety of audience through multiple communication channels. Educational videos are a great way to reach all producers, especially those that may not be able to travel to an Extension event but have a computer at home for self-training.
Videos are useful to not only introduce basic concepts but they are also useful in presenting advanced information about how stuff works to experienced farmers. This is the motivation behind developing 3-5 min videos that you can watch on your mobile devises!
Check out the educational videos that are available online via the Alabama Vegetable IPM website and linked also to the Alabama Beginning Farmers project. Remember to switch browsers if you have a problem with videos or websites. If you visit the Beginning Farmers website, remember to sign up for the electronic curriculum that is going to be available soon using the automated system.
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Agronomic Crops & Commercial Horticulture
Home Food Safety, Preparation & Preservation, Regional Extension Agent, Angela Treadaway, discusses preserving fruit using dehydration.
Drying fruits is a delicious and nutritious way to add a little variety to your diet. The process of preserving fruits by drying them originated in 1700 BC in ancient Mesopotamia. Raisins, figs, dates, apricots and apples were some of the most popular dried fruits in ancient times, and remain some of the most popular today.
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Warm weather and sunny skies are quickly approaching and the time is nearing to prepare for spring plants, flowers and gardens…..more
This is a Spanish-only web site devoted to serving Hispanics around the world. This site provides links to research-based information in Spanish, with each title translated into English, and links to English version publications (when available) as an aid to non-Spanish speaking service providers.
Este es un sitio web completamente en español dedicado a servir las comunidades hispanas alrededor del mundo. Este sitio provee enlaces a información básica sobre muchos aspectos de extraordinaria importancia en la vida cotidiana. Para poder ayudar a los usuarios de habla inglesa, las publicaciones con texto completo en español tienen también títulos en inglés y enlaces de las traducciones al inglés cuando disponible. [En el lado izquierdo aparece la lista de títulos y traducciones completas al inglés]
Federal income tax laws can influence a private woodland owner’s financial decisions about land management. Yet, special favorable tax provisions on timber that are intended to encourage private forest management and stewardship are commonly unknown. To help woodland owners in filing their 2015 tax returns, this publication explains the federal income tax laws on timber. The information is not legal or accounting advice. It is current as of September 30, 2015.
Source: Tax Tips for Forest Landowners Released for 2015 – FWNRM Blog
Trapping has been proven to control beaver throughout their range, but there are several questions that you must answer when planning this approach.
Source: Beaver Series Part 1 – FWNRM Blog
Agri-tourism can take many forms. Roadside stands and farmers’ markets offer farm-fresh produce and interaction with growers. Farms may open to the public for wildlife watching and hunting. Ag tours, on farm bed-and-breakfasts, and dude ranches give tourists the fresh air, open space, and relaxation of country life.
U-pick operations, pumpkin patches, Christmas tree farms, hay mazes, farm-animal petting zoos, wine tasting, ag heritage museums, festivals, and fairs all attract visitors.
Find your Agri-Tourism destination today!