Thanks to RC&D Mid South! We received a grant for this building to store our 4-H items. We are so thankful to them for this grant.
Shrubs are great additions to any landscape. Extension professionals provide information on selecting, planting and caring for shrubs.
Source: Selecting, Planting and Caring For Shrubs – Extension Daily
Rabbiteye blueberries are one of the easiest fruit for homeowners to grow. The rabbiteye blueberry is tolerant of the high temperatures of the region.
Source: Planting Blueberries This Fall – Extension Daily
Fleas are some of the most annoying biting pests known to man and pets.
Source: Fall Flea Surge: Control Fleas Indoors and Outdoors – Extension Daily
Local markets carry an amazing variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that are both nutritious and delicious.
Source: Selecting and Serving Fresh Produce Safely – Extension Daily
Thanks to Mid-South RC&D for the “Stove Grant” they awarded the Lee County Extension System to have to work with adults and children in teaching them Life Skills. It will be very useful for the cooking schools this summer for the youth.
While it may be tempting, February is not the time to prune your hydrangea bushes. Understanding flower development for each hydrangea species is helpful.
Source: February Not the Time to Prune Hydrangeas – Extension Daily
Alabama farmers can learn more about how the new tax law affects them individually and their farming operation at tax bill workshops from Alabama Extension’s Agribusiness Management Team.
Source: Alabama Extension Offers Tax Bill Workshops for Farmers – Extension Daily
Native azaleas are a favorite flowering shrub in Alabama. With many colors and their adaptability to a wide range of climates, it is a popular choice.
Source: Alabama Treasures: Native Azaleas – Extension Daily