Fig Production Guide - Alabama Cooperative Extension System

The bounty of our Alabama

Jul 25 2014A great resource for home gardeners is the Alabama Cooperative Extension System publication Fruit Culture in Alabama To learn more search the ACES website at for "home fruit and nut production" or ask your local Extension they also offer the Home Orchard Handbook: A Complete Guide to Growing Your Own Fruit Trees

The joy of growing figs in the Southern garden

Jun 08 2016The Alabama Master Gardener Volunteer Program is an educational outreach program provided and administered by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System Related Posts Landscaping at the University of South Alabama March 15 2017 The ins and outs of moles January 15 2020 Attack of the ninja squirrels and lichens

Fig

The fig is a tree of small dimensions 10 to 30 ft (3-9 m) high with numerous spreading branches and a trunk rarely more than 7 in (17 5 cm) in diameter It contains copious milky latex The root system is typically shallow and spreading sometimes covering 50 ft (15 m) of ground but in permeable soil some of the roots may descend to 20 ft (6 m)

ANR

Many farmers in Alabama and the Southeast havefound the drought tolerance of grain sorghum makes itan attractive alternative to com By virtue of the shortgrowing season wide adaptation and versatile plantingdate of grain sorghum many producers also recognizethe ease of fitting this crop into double-cropping and croprotation systems with soybeans wheat and other crops

COMMERCIAL Bunch Grape

2 Alabama Cooperative Extension System Commercial Muscadine and Bunch Grape Guide 3 Muscadines The muscadine grape Muscadinia rotundifolia Small (formerly Vitis rotundifolia Michx ) was the first American grape species to be cultivated This fruit has a long history in commercial and backyard culture The oldest and most consistent commercial interest in musca-

West Alabama Workforce Development Resource Guide

West Alabama Workforce Development Resource Guide West Alabama Workforce Development Resource Guide Page12 Alabama Cooperative Extension System-Sumter County Office Mission: The primary outreach organization for land-grant mission of Alabama AM University and

Garden Guides

Sep 21 2017Figs trees have a good resistance to pests and diseases Even the best fig tree can succumb to problems In most cases these problems may be caused by lack of maintenance around the plant If the fig tree does show signs of yellow to brown leaves the problem may be twofold While basic sanitation will create a

VEGETABLE CROP HANDBOOK

Meister Media Worldwide as we provide growers crop advisers county educators Extension agents and specialists throughout the southeastern United States with this handbook This handbook represents a joint effort among Extension Specialists and Researchers from 12 land-grant universities in the US who work in the area of vegetable production

Fig Production Guide

2 Alabama Cooperative Extension System Fig Production Guide 3 Fig Varieties Ira J Condit's "Fig Varieties: A Monograph" in Hilgardia A Journal of Agricultural Science published by the California Agricultural Experiment Station identifies 89 caprifig 129 Smyrna 21 San Pedro and 481 common fig varieties for a total of 720 varieties

Fertilizing Pruning Figs

Alabama Cooperative Extension System: Fig Production Guide Clemson Cooperative Extension: Fig University of Florida IFAS Extension: The Fig North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension: Training and Pruning Fruit Trees Monrovia: Black Jack Fig University of Florida IFAS Extension in Rosa County: Use Proper Fertilizer and Timing for

The joy of growing figs in the Southern garden

Jun 08 2016The Alabama Master Gardener Volunteer Program is an educational outreach program provided and administered by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System Related Posts Landscaping at the University of South Alabama March 15 2017 The ins and outs of moles January 15 2020 Attack of the ninja squirrels and lichens

Invasive Plant Identification Ecology and Control

A Key to Common Native Trees in Alabama Alabama Cooperative Extension System ANR-0509 16 p Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Tew JE Enloe SF Loewenstein NJ and Smith K 2014 Nectar and Pollen Producing Plants of Alabama: A Guide for Beekeepers Alabama Cooperative Extension System ANR-0351 4 p

ACES Archives

Of the three types of blueberries suited for cultivation in Alabama the rabbiteye is by far the best adapted to Alabama This 16-page publication provides guidelines for cultivar selection pollination and ripening site location soil preparation and management fertilization irrigation harvesting and controlling diseases and insects

Adam (higo)

Adam es un cultivar de higuera de tipo higo comn Ficus carica autofrtil bfera es decir con dos cosechas por temporada las brevas de primavera-verano y los higos de verano-otoo de higos con epidermis con color de fondo violeta prpura con grs y sobre color verde marrn amarillo con numerosas lenticelas pequeas de color blanquecino [2] [3] [4] Se localiza cultivado en

Ideal Fruit Trees for Alabama

Sep 05 2018Many fruit trees are grafted upon disease-resistant hardy root stock that improves the tree's performance in the climate and soils Contact your local office of Alabama Cooperative Extension Service for specific variety recommendations for your area of the state in either U S Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 7 or 8

Peanut Disease Control Field Trials

grass Research and Extension Center in Headland Alabama in a field with a history of peanut production Seed were sown at a rate of approximately 5 seed per foot of row and recommendations of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System for tillage fertility weed and nematode control were followed The soil

Strawberry Notes from WyeREC Garlic Virus Problems By

• Himelrick DG (1999) Fig production guide Alabama Cooperative Extension System ANR-1145 • Pyzner J Whitam K Pollet D and Johnson C (2007) Figs for commercial and home production in Louisiana Louisiana State University Ag Center Research and Extension Pub 1529 • University of Maryland Extension Figs

Auburn University Shellfish Lab

Alabama Cooperative Extension System 2 pp ANR 2584 Nursery Options for Oyster Growers PowerPoint from Oyster Farming Fundamentals Class Growing Oysters Under Piers for Personal Consumption Alabama Cooperative Extension System 2 pp ANR 2633 Template for Alabama Department of Public Health oyster farm operational plan

The University of Jordan

Cooperative Extension Colleges of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Family and Consumer Sciences A2-A5 B1-B2 C1-C3 D1-D2 1 15th Deciduous Trees F- FIG Botany Varieties propagation Planting Training pruning - Common Fig problem FIG PRODUCTION GUIDE Alabama AM and Auburn universities A2-A5 B1-B2 C1-C3 D1-D2 Suggestion

Garden Guides

Sep 21 2017Figs trees have a good resistance to pests and diseases Even the best fig tree can succumb to problems In most cases these problems may be caused by lack of maintenance around the plant If the fig tree does show signs of yellow to brown leaves the problem may be twofold While basic sanitation will create a

Alabama Cooperative Extension System

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System the primary outreach organization for the land-grant mission of Alabama AM University and Auburn University delivers research-based educational programs that enable people to improve their quality of life and economic well-being In 2018 Alabama Extension reached 1 in 3 Alabama residents

Effect of Southern Root

The peanut cultivar Georgia Green was used in this study Recommendations for peanut crop production from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System were followed for weed insect and disease management (24) including in-furrow treatment with aldicarb (Temik 15G Bayer Crop Protection Kansas City MO) at 1 1 kg a i /ha