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  • Cover Crops Control Weeds in Organic Production
    in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources SSARE Snapshots Cover Crops Control Weeds in Organic Production Cover Crops Control Weeds in Organic Production Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Cover Crops Control Weeds in Organic Production Online Version Free Download File 1 19 MB Bermudagrass may be popular among homeowners in the Southeast but it is widely loathed by vegetable producers especially those in organic production As a turfgrass bermudagrass is valued for its durability vigorous growth and tolerance to extreme weather conditions But those characteristics also make it an obnoxious weed Spreading rapidly by above and below ground runners bermudagrass can break the backs and the banks of producers faced with the challenge of controlling it Ron Gilmore and Jennifer Taylor of Lola s Organic Farm in Glenwood GA are no strangers to bermudagrass on their USDA certified organic farm But through a Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research Education SSARE Producer Grant they found that cover crops are an effective means of controlling bermudagrass in organic production Want more information See the related SARE grant s FS13 267 Mechanical and

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  • Improving Parasite Management in Multiple Livestock Species
    Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Improving Parasite Management in Multiple Lives Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources SSARE Snapshots Improving Parasite Management in Multiple Livestock Species Improving Parasite Management in Multiple Livestock Species Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Improving Parasite Management in Multiple Livestock Species Online Version Free Download File 869 17 kB Gastrointestinal nematodes GIN or worms infect all livestock species negatively influencing animal performance and survival and impairing farm profitability While integrated parasite management is becoming more common in small ruminants researchers with North Carolina A T University recognized a need to train Extension agents on such control methods and techniques to aid farmers who raise cattle horses

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  • Third Thursday Thing Showcases Sustainable Ag in Kentucky
    About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Third Thursday Thing Showcases Sustainable Ag i Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources SSARE Snapshots Third Thursday Thing Showcases Sustainable Ag in Kentucky Third Thursday Thing Showcases Sustainable Ag in Kentucky Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Third Thursday Thing Showcases Sustainable Ag in Kentucky Online Version Free Download File 872 76 kB A Kentucky State University program launched by a SSARE Professional Development Program grant to enhance sustainable ag efforts in Kentucky is going strong after nearly two decades Third Thursday Thing was created in response to a need for a training program for Extension professionals in sustainable agriculture production practices and techniques But a program that was supposed to last only two years has evolved into a monthly

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  • Farmers Adopting Cover Crops in Sweet Potato Production
    Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Farmers Adopting Cover Crops in Sweet Potato Pr Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources SSARE Snapshots Farmers Adopting Cover Crops in Sweet Potato Production Farmers Adopting Cover Crops in Sweet Potato Production Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Farmers Adopting Cover Crops in Sweet Potato Production Online Version Free Download File 843 31 kB More farmers are incorporating cover crops in their sweet potato production after SSARE funded on farm trials conducted by University of Arkansas Pine Bluff and Mississippi State University found that winter cover crops help save input costs improve soil fertility increase land use efficiency and help control insects

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  • A Handbook for Year-Round Pasture-Based Goat Production
    Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel A Handbook for Year Round Pasture Based Goat Pr Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources SSARE Snapshots A Handbook for Year Round Pasture Based Goat Production A Handbook for Year Round Pasture Based Goat Production Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results A Handbook for Year Round Pasture Based Goat Production Online Version Free Download File 1 13 MB A year round forage production and grazing browsing management handbook for goats developed by Tuskegee University Cooperative Extension is available to professionals and producers interested in pasture based goat production but require technical information on establishing and maintaining sustainable year round forage systems Product

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  • Bringing Annie's Project to More Southern Region States
    Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Bringing Annie s Project to More Southern Regio Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources SSARE Snapshots Bringing Annie s Project to More Southern Region States Bringing Annie s Project to More Southern Region States Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Bringing Annie s Project to More Southern Region States Online Version Free Download File 827 09 kB Cooperative Extension Educators with Alcorn State University held their very first Annie s Project professional development training in 2013 as a result of a collaborative effort between the 1890 institution and Mississippi State University to bring the popular program to more farm women across the Southern

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  • Effective Biocontrol of Honeybee Pests
    Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Effective Biocontrol of Honeybee Pests Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources SSARE Snapshots Effective Biocontrol of Honeybee Pests Effective Biocontrol of Honeybee Pests Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Effective Biocontrol of Honeybee Pests Online Version Free Download File 586 82 kB Research from Florida A M University has found that fungal pathogens can effectively and economically control the small hive beetle Aethina tumida an invasive pest of honeybees while maintaining colony health The results pave the way for more environmentally friendly biological controls in a pest management program Product specs How to order Online Version

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  • Edamame: A Promising Niche Product for Virginia Producers
    Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Edamame A Promising Niche Product for Virginia Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources SSARE Snapshots Edamame A Promising Niche Product for Virginia Producers Edamame A Promising Niche Product for Virginia Producers Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Edamame A Promising Niche Product for Virginia Producers Online Version Free Download File 738 60 kB An effort at Virginia State University is helping Virginia tobacco vegetable and organic farmers increase their on farm income through the production and marketing of a new niche product Product specs How to order Online Version Free Download File

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