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There are a few tips you can try to have success in germinating seeds.

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the primary outreach organization for the land-grant mission of Alabama A&M University and Auburn University, delivers research-based educational programs that enable people to improve their quality of life and economic well-being.

InAlabama Extension reached 1 in 3 Alabama residents. Seed can be harvested during the fall of the second year. Harvest the seed in autumn when seeds are ripe, before the fall rains set in. Seed should be from the largest and most vital plants. Stop watering when the seeds begin to mature – excessive watering at this stage is not needed and it may damage the seed crop. Sep 13, The fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda, is a chronic pest in the Southeast.

More than 60 plants have been reported as hosts of the fall armyworm, including forage grasses, corn, alfalfa, cotton, soybeans, and most vegetable crops.

If you do not have a water source available for irrigation, you may have more success in buying transplants instead of direct seeding.

There are two strains of the fall armyworm, the rice strain and the corn strain. With flashlights tucked in our pockets, we will stroll through the Harvest Square Preserve and explore a side of the forest most people miss. If the clouds cooperate, we will sit in awe under the stars and hear ancient legends.

Location: Harvest Square Nature Preserve – Allyson Sadie Blvd, Harvest, AL Sign up! Forest Friends. Sep 14, Flushing is not bull. If you don’t see better results with flushed plants vs unflushed u ain’t flushing right.

As they grow, their bodies darken and noticeable stripes appear.

I took unflushed buds from a plant, dried and cured then flushed the rest (to under 50ppm run off day 1 of flush) then feed 0ppm water for 1 week(in coco) the flushed buds make a white ash and u can barely feel the smoke on your throat, top shelf. Seed and Plants. Seed are cheap, so get the best available. Don’t seed too thickly. Plant small seed, such as turnips and carrots, about 1⁄4 to 1⁄2 inch deep.

Plant larger seed, such as beans, cucumbers, and peas, about 1 inch deep. Use only stocky, healthy, fresh plants. Always water transplants to settle soil around roots. Set tall plants.