Leaflet Number Title
108 Suggested Management to Improve Quality and Reduce Quantity of Channel Catfish Pond Effluents–M.F. Schwartz and C.E. Boyd (1995)
107 Auburn University’s Foundation Sweet potato Program–J.M. Dangler, R.A. Burdett, and M.H. Hollingsworth (1994)
106 The Catalpa Sphinx–L. L. Hyche (1994)
105 Performance of Inexpensive Disolved Oxygen and pH Meters for Aquaculture–R. Wu and C. E. Boyd (Dec. 1989)
104 Spread of Tall Fescue Endophyte by Cattle–R. A. Shelby, S. P. Schmidt, R. W. Russell, and W. H. Gregory (July 1989)
103 Identification of Lesser Cornstalk Borer Damage to Soybeans–D. A. Herbert and T. P. Mack (June 1987)
102 Tall Fescue Renovation with Endophyte-Free Seed–J. F. Pedersen, C. C. King, Jr., C. S. Hoveland, L. A. Smith and H. W. Grimes (Mar. 1984)
101 Evaluation of Alachlor for Weed Control in Container Grown Ornamentals–Charles H. Gilliam and D. James Crockett (Mar. 1982)
100 Sample Size for Water Quality Measurements in Fish Ponds–Claude E. Boyd and John C. Williams (Feb. 1981)
99 Determination of Nitrate in Waters from Fish Ponds–William J. Johnston and Ray Dickens (Dec. 1980)
98 Effect of Mowing Height on the Appearance and Persistence of Tall Fescue Turf–William J. Johnston and Ray Dickens (Aug. 1979)
97 Evaluation of Insecticides for Control of Bean Leaf Beetles–Paul S. B. Chiu and Max H. Bass (Sept. 1978)
96 Solar Heated Poultry House–R. N. Brewer and C. A. Flood (July 1978)
95 Granulate Cutworm: Evaluation of Insecticides for Control–Max H. Bass and Seth J. Johnson (June 1978)
94 Beet Armyworm Biology and Control–Max H. Bass, Patricia Powell Cobb and Dan Higgins (June 1978)
93 Fall Armyworm: Evaluation of Insecticides for Control–Max H. Bass (Feb. 1978)
92 An Evaluation of A Water Analysis Kit–Claude E. Boyd (Dec. 1976) not available
91 Liming Farm Fish Ponds–Claude E. Boyd (Apr. 1976)
90 Effects of Several Rates of Carbofuran Phorate, Aldicarb, Methomyl, Proposur, and Disulfoton in the Seed Furrow on Growth and Yield of Soybeans–Ronnie H. Shehane and Max H. Bass (March 1976)
89 Control of Arizona Cypress Blight in Nurseries–R. J. Meier, J. R. Goggans, and T. C. Davis (Aug. 1975)
88 Fertilizing Farm Fish Ponds–Claude E. Boyd and Jack R. Snow (June 1975)
87 Effect of Cutting and Irrigaton on Seed Yields of Interstate Sericea Lespedeza–Homer C. Adamsons and E. D. Donnelly (Dec. 1973)
86 Biological and Toxicological Notes on the House Cricket–Paul M. Nix and Max H. Bass (Oct. 1973)
85 Crimson and Purple Two Disease Resistant Plums for the Commercial Market–Joseph D. Norton (Jan. 1973)
84 Chilton: A High Quality Fruit for the Commercial Market–Joseph D. Norton (Oct. 1972)
83 Free Corn Seed Can Be Expensive–David H. Teem (Jan. 1972)
82 Gulfcoast–A Sweet Cantaloup for the Produce Chain Store Market–Joseph D. Norton (Mar. 1970)
81 Greenleaf Tabasco, A New Tobacco Etch Virus Resistant Tabasco Pepper Variety (CapsicumFrutescens L.)–W. H. Greenleaf, J. A. Martin, J. G. Lease, E. T. Sims and L. O. Van Blaricom (Dec. 1970)
80 Interstate Sericea Lespedeza–A Multin Purpose Legume–E. D. Donnelly, Ray Dickens, D. G. Sturkie and J. D. Miller (Apr. 1970)
79 Southland–A Large Cantaloupe for the South–J. D. Norton (March 1970)
78 Bighart–Improved Variety of Pimiento Pepper–W. H. Greenleaf, M. H. Hollingsworth, Hubert Harris and K. S. Rymal (Nov. 1969)
77 Defoliation, Desiccation, and Regrowth Inhibition of Cotton–G. A. Buchanan, E. M. Evans, and W. T. Dumas (Sept. 1968)
76 Effect of Management on Yield and Quality of Sudax Sorghum-Sudan Hybrid and Gahi-1 Pearlmillet*–C. S. Hoveland, W. B. Anthony and C. E. Scarsbrook (Dec. 1967)
75 Goar Tall Fescue–C. S. Hoveland (Sept. 1967)
74 Tomato Fruitworm Control–T. Don Canerday (May 1967)
73 Atkinson A New Rootknot and Wilt Tomato Variety–W. H. Greenleaf (Nov.)
72 Performance of Peach Varieties for Commercial Production in Central Alabama — C. C. Carlton and K. S. Short, H. J. Amling, and W. A. Dozier, Jr. (October)
71 Yuchi–New Arrowleaf Clover–C. S. Hoveland (Sept. 1964)
70 Serala–A New Sericea Variety–E. D. Donnelly (Mar. 1963)
69 Performance of Peach Varieties in Alabama–J. L. Turner and H. J. Amling and C. Carlton (Feb. 1963)
68 Biology and Control of Spider Mites on Cotton in Alabama–T. D. Canerday, T. F. Watson and F. S. Arant (Nov. 1962)
67 Arrowleaf Clover–C. S. Hoveland (Sept. 1962)
66 Forage Production of Winter Annual Sod-Seed on Dallisgrass-White Clover–C. S. Hoveland, K. A. Smith, and H. W. Grimes (Dec. 1961)
65 Warrior–A Bruchid-Resistant Vetch–E. D. Dennelly, and Sidney B. Hays (May 1961)
64 Ball Clover–C. S. Hoveland (Sept. 1960)
63 Cooler Homes from Attic Ventilation–Walter Grub (June 1959)
62 Warrior Vetch–A New Variety for Alabama–E. D. Donnelly and W. R. Langford (June 1959)
61 Sources and Rates of Nitrogen for Strawberries–T. B. Hagler and Jack Turner (Apr. 1959)
60 A Comparison of Starr Millet, Sweet Sudangrass Johnsongrass As Dairy Forages–George E. Hawkins, L. A. Smith and W. B. Kelley (Sept. 1958)
59 Effects of Storage and Forcing Environment on Easter Lily Growth–Tok Furuta (Sept. 1958)
58 Supplementary Illumination of Poinsettias–Tok Furuta (Sept. 1958)
57 What Can I Pay for Feeder Pigs–Morris White and J. H. Yeager (Sept. 1958)
56 Low-Cost Milking Barn for Manufacture-Grade Dairy–Walter Grub, J. H. Yeager, Morris White and L. A. Smith (Sept. 1957)
55 Young Oat Forage A High Quality Dairy Feed–George E. Hawkins and K. M. Autrey (Sept. 1957)
54 Reducing Losses from Southern Fusiform Rust–J. F. Goggans (June 1957)
53 Peanut Hay for Milking Cows–George E. Hawkins and K. M. Autrey (May 1957)
52 Building A Pole Barn–Walter Grub (May 1957)
51 It’s What is in the Bag that Counts: Buying Fertilizers According to Crop Needs Is Good Business (Nov. 1956)
50 Control of Soil Insects and Leafhoppers Attacking Sweetpotatoes–W. G. Eden, L. L. Hyche, and J. A. Griffin
49 Results of Hay Crushing Tests–J. L .Butt, W. B. Kelley, and J. A. Griffin
48 Peach Varieties for Alabama–T. B. Hagler and W. A. Johnson
47 A Comparison of Protein Supplements in the Wintering Ration of Beef Steers–W. B. Kelley, L. A. Smith and C. M. Martin
46 Control of Leaf Spot and Strawberry Weevil Trailing Blackberries–U. L. Diener, W. G. Eden and C. Carlton
45 Control of Insects and Foliage Diseases of Tomatoes in Alabama–W. G. Eden, R. L. Self and U. L. Diener
44 Suggestions for Improving Farm Woodlots by Girdling and Poisoning Weed Trees–George I. Garin and Frank F. Smith
43 Chemical Control of Cherokee Rose, Alder and Certain Other Pasture Weeds
42 Some Effects of Sawdust Mulching of Pine Seedlings–H. G. Posey, and Jack T. May
41 Storing Shelled Corn in Alabama–J. L. Butt, H. S. Ward and W. G. Eden
40 Control of Insects in Stored Grain–W. G. Eden not available
39 End Joints for Southern Pine– D. B. Richards and B. M. Cool
38 Control of Wireworms Attacking Sweet Potatoes–J. A. Griffin, Jr., and W. G. Eden
37 Rates and Methods of Planting Fuzzy Reginned and Acid Delinted Cotton Seed–Cope, Jr., and I. F. Reed
36 Control of Vetch Bruchid in Alabama–George H. Blake, Jr., and W. G. Eden
35 Suggestions for Pruning Southern Pines–George I. Garin
34 Control of Corn Rootworm in Corn– W. G. Eden and F. S. Ara
33 Aids to Planning an Artificial Curing System for Hay–J. L. Butt
32 Control of Corn Earworm in Sweet Corn–W. G. Eden and M. E. Mark not available
31 Topsoil and Pine Trees in Alabama’s–James F. Goggans
30 Southern Fusiform Rust of Slash and Loblolly Pine in the Alabama Piedmont–Jack T. May and J. F. Goggans
29 Suggestions for Planting Slash and Loblolly Pine in the Alabama’s Piedmont–James F. Goggans
28 Poultry Range Shelter–D. F. King
27 Control of Insects and Diseases of Peanuts–Coyt Wilson and F. S. Arant
26 Production of Vine Cutting for Late Plantings of Plantings of Sweet potatoes in Southern Alabama-T. P. Whitten
25 Effects of Time of Planting and Digging Yield and Grade of Sweet potatoes in Southern Alabama–T. P. Whitten
24 New Dusts for Cotton Insect Control–F. S. Arant and W. A. Ruffin
23 Seed Treatment for Peanuts–Coyt Wilson
22 Raising Cricket for Bait–H. S. Swingle
21 Suggestions for Growing and Fattening Hogs–W. E. Sewell
20 Ponds for Improving Stream Fishing–E. V. Smith and H. S. Swingle
19 Homemade Lamp Brooder–D. F. King, Feb. 1941
18 The Effect of “Digging” and “Hogging” Peanuts on Cotton Yields–Dept. of Agronomy and Soils
17 A Method of Curing Pork When The Weather is Too Warm for Natural Chilling—W. E. Sewell ,10/37
16 A Device to Assist in Mowing Kudzu–Ellis G. Diseker
15 Wintering and Fattening Beef Cattle in Alabama–Dept. of Animal Husbandry
14 Lima Beans–Dept. of Horticulture and Forestry
13 Dog-Feeding Suggestions–W. D. Salmon
12 Care and Pruning of Ornamental Shrubs–Dept. of Horticulture an Forestry
11 The Fall Crop of Irish Potatoes–Dept. of Horticulture and Forestry
10 Control of Cotton Insects and Diseases–Dept. of zoology-Entomology and Botany and Plant Pathology
9 Control of Corn Insects and Diseases–Dept. of Zoology-Entomology and Botany and Plant Pathology
8 Control of Insect Pests in Stored Grains, Peas, and Beans–Dept. of Zoology & Entomology
7 Control of Insect Pests in Stored Grains, Peas, and Beans–Dept. of Agronomy and Soils
6 Lespedeza — Dept. of Agronomy and Soils
5 Peanuts–Dept. of Agronomy and Soils
4 The Pecan Weevil–H.S. Swingle
3 The Control of Peach Diseases and Insects–Dept. of Botany and Plant Pathology and Zoology-Entomology
2 Soybeans–Dept. of Agronomy and Soils
1 Control of Subterranean Termites in Dwellings–Dept. of Zoology-Entomology (1934)