Everyone has an interest in controlling weeds. Whether a homeowner or a farmer, weeds affect everyone.
Source: Got Weeds? Weeds Affect Everyone – Extension Daily
National Nutrition Month® is a nutrition education and information campaign created annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The campaign focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits.
Source: March is National Nutrition Month – Extension Daily
Daffodils are one of the most popular spring flowers. Their beautiful colors are a sign that spring is on its way. If your daffodils have not started blooming, there may several reasons why this is happening.
Source: Are Your Daffodils Blooming? – Extension Daily
A lot of homeowners grow their own foods at home. Some grow their own because they question what is in or on the products available at the grocery store or curb market. Others grow their own because they have the time and enjoy gardening.
Source: Grow Your Own Salad – Extension Daily
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
Many people have traditional go-to snacks that they grab when they get hungry. This month, ask yourself if what you are snacking on is the best option for your body.
Source: February is National Snack Food Month – 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
It is time to start thinking about what peppers to grow in your Spring-time garden
Source: Selecting Peppers for Spring Gardens – Extension Daily
Alabama fruit producers are keeping their eyes on the thermometers, but professionals with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System say producers are used to dealing with cold weather.
Source: State’s Fruit Growers Understand Managing Cold Weather – Extension Daily
If the recent cold snap had hopes of an insect-free season springing to mind, think again.
Source: Cold Snap Won’t Faze Insect Pests – Extension Daily