AAES Bulletins

Bulletins are the final report of a completed research project, written by scientists for a scientific audience.

Bulletin Number Title
681 Fertilization of Cotton on Black Belt Soils–C. C. Mitchell , G. Huluka, Rudy Yates, and Jimmy Holliman (2013)
680 Gypsum Use to Reduce P Loss From Agricultural Fields–C.C. Mitchell, D. B. Watts, and H.A. Torbert (2013)
679 Soil Fertility Studies: Sericea Lespedeza on Sand Mountain–C.C. Mitchell, D.M. Ball, J. Mosjidis, and J. Tredway Ducar (2013)
678 Lee County Community Food Security Assessment–E. Meissner (2012) available online only
677 Alternative N Sources for Corn and Cotton in Alabama–C.C. Mitchell, D. B. Watts, and D. P. Moore (2012) available online only
676 Centennial of Alabama’s Cullars Rotation, the South’s Oldest, Continuous Soil Fertility Experiment–C.C. Mitchell, D. P. Delaney, and K. S. Balkcom (2011) available online only
675 Entomosporium Leaf Spot Control on Red-Tip Photinia with Drench and Foliar Fungicides in the Landscape (2011) — A.K. Hagan and J. R. Akridge available online only
674 Farm Operator Perceptions of Barriers to the Use of Irrigation in Alabama–J. J. Molnar, E. Sydnor, D. Rodekohr, M. Runge, and S. Fowler (2011) available online only
673 Cercospora leaf Spot and Growth of Crapemyrtle as Influenced by Nitrogen Rate–A.K. Hagan (2010) available online only
672 Prospects for Biofuels in Alabama: A Synthesis of Expert Opinion –J.F. Dyer, C. Bailey, and L. Teeter (2009)
671 Influence of Nitrogen Fertilization Rate on Disease Incidence, Flower Bud Set, and Growth of Flowering Dogwood in Alabama–A.K. Hagan, J. R. Akridge, and K.L. Bowen (2008) available online only
670 History of the Boll Weevil in Alabama, 1910-2007–R.H. Smith (2007)
669 Seed and Foliar Fungicide Treatments for Control of Wheat Diseases –K.L. Bowen and K. Burch (2007) available online only
668 Comparison of Synthetic and Organic Fungicides for the Control of Spot Anthracnose, Powdery Mildew, and Cercospora Leaf Spot on Flowering Dogwood in Alabama–A.K. Hagan and J.R. Akridge (2007) available online only
667 Heir Property: Legal and Cultural Dimensions of Collective Landownership–J.F. Dyer (2007)
666 Leaf Spot Resistance and Adaptability of Cleyera Selections in South Alabama –A.K. Hagan and J.R. Akridge (2007) available online only
665 Effect of Application Interval on the Control of Early Leaf Spot and White Mold on Peanut with Headline 2.09E Fungicide –A.K. Hagan, K.L. Bowen, H.L. Campbell, and L. Wells (2007) available online only
664 Forage-Fed Beef Attributes: Consumer Preferences and Willingness-to-Pay–D. Fields, J.W. Prevatt, J. Lusk, and C.R. Kerth (2006)
663 Evaluation of Calendar and AU-Pnuts Fungicide Schedules for the Control of Late Leaf Spot and Rust on Peanut in Southwest Alabama–A.K. Hagan, H.L. Campbell, K.L. Bowen, and M Pegues (2006)
662 Alabama Equine Industry: Inventory, Impacts, and Prospects–K. Whiting, J.J. Molnar, and C.A. McCall (2006)
661 Comparison of Calendar and AU-Pnut Advisory Schedules for Bravo Ultrex, Folicur 3.6F, and Abound 2SC for Disease Control and Yield on Florida C-99R Peanut–A.K. Hagan, K.L. Bowen, H.L. Campbell, and L. Wells (2006) available online only
660 Comparison of Abound 2SC Calendar and AU-Pnut Advisory Programs for the Control of Early Leaf Spot and Southern Stem Rot on a Multiple Disease Resistant Runner Peanut–A.K. Hagan, K.L. Bowen, H.L. Campbell, and L. Wells (2006) available online only
659 Comparison of Fungicides for the Control of Powdery Mildew on Dogwood–A.K. Hagan, J.W. Olive, J. Stephenson, and M.E. Rivas-Davila (2005) available online only
658 Control of Powdery Mildew and Cercospora Leaf Spot on Bigleaf Hyudrangea with Heritage and MilStop Fungicides–A.K. Hagan, J.W. Olive, J. Stephenson, and M.E. Rivas-Davila (2005) available online only
657 Evaluation of Commercial Cotton Varieties for Resistance and Tolerance to the Reniform Nematode in Alabama–S. Usery, K.S. Lawrence, C.H. Burmester, R. Akridge, K. Glass, and G.W. Lawrence (2005)
656 Disease Resistance and Response of Shrub and Ground Cover Roses to Fungicides–A.K. Hagan, M.E. Rivas-Davila, J.R. Akridge, and J.W. Olive (2005)
655 Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Pond Water and Bottom Soil in Channel Catfish Ponds in West-Central Alabama–K. Silapajarn, C.E. Boyd, O Silapajarn (2004)
654 (print) Comparison of Recommended Fungicides for Disease Control and Yield Response on Irrigated Peanut–A.K. Hagen, M.E. Rivas-Davila, K.L. Bowen, H.L. Campbell, and L. Wells (2004)
654 (online) 2002-2003 Winter Trial Garden Results–J.R. Kessler, Jr. and A. Caylor (2003)
653 Turfgrass-Sod Production in Alabama: Economics and Marketing–J.J. Cain, J.L. Adrian, P.M. Duffy, and E. Guertal (2003)
652 2002 Summer Trial Garden Results–J.R. Kessler, Jr., J. Coleman, and A. Caylor (2003) available online only
651 Common Disease of Pansy and Viola Cultivars in the Landscape–A.K. Hagan, J. R. Akridge, and M.E. Rivas-Davila (2003)
650 Comparison of Headline 2.09EC and Recommended Fungicides for Disease Control and Yield Response on Peanut–A.K. Hagen, H.L. Campbell, K.L. Bowen, and L. Wells (2003)
649 Controlling the Southern Pine Beetle: Small Landowner Perceptions and Practices–J.J. Molnar, J. Schelhas, and C. Holeski (2003)
648 Disease Resistance of Selected Cultivars of Indian Hawthorne in Alabama–A.K. Hagan, J.R. Akridge, K.L. Bowen, J.W. Olive, and K.M. Tilt (2002)
647 Estimating Costs of Off-stream Irrigation Storage Reservoirs–L.M. Curtis, M.M. Nelson, and P.L. Oakes (2001)
646 Core Conservation Practices: Paths and Barriers Perceived by Small and Limited Resource Farmers–J.J. Molnar, Annette Bitto, and Gail Brant (2001)
645 Redbud Insects: A Guide to Recognition and Habits in Alabama–L.L. Hyche (2001)
644 Resistance of Selected Crapemyrtle Cultivars to Powdery Mildew and Cercospora Leaf Spot–Hagan, Keever, Gilliam, Williams and Cheech (2001) — Available Online Only
643 Influence of Peanut Cultivar, Planting Date, and Nematicide on the Severity of Southern Stem Rot, Peanut Root-knot and Peanut Yield–Hagan, Weeks, Bowen and Wells (2001) available online only
642 Disease Resistance and Adaptability of Flowering, Kousa, and Hybrid Dogwood in Alabama–Hagan, Gilliam, Keever, Hardin, Eakes, and Williams (2001)
641 Disease Resistance and Adaptability of Cultivars of Crabapple to the Culf Coast Regions of Alabama–Hagan, Tilt, Williams and Akridge (2000)
640 From Artichoke to Zucchini: Vegetable Varieties for the Southeast–E.H. Simmone, R.T. Boozer, R.N. Bakityarova, and E.L. Vinson III. (2000)
639 Occurrence of Dogwood Anthracnose, Spot Antracnose and Botrytis in Native Stands on Flowering Dogwood in North Alabama–A.K. Hagan and J.M. Mullen (1998)
638 The Effects of Row Width and Leaf Shape on Cotton Growth and Yield–C.D. Monks, M.G. Patterson, D.P. Delaney, and M.D. Pegues (1998)
637 Red-topped Pines in the Urban Forest: Cause and Consequence: A Guide to Recognition and Role of Pine Bark Beetles and Needle Cast–L.L. Hyche (1998)
636 Performance of Peach and Nectarine Cultivars in Gulf Coast Area of Alabama–W.A. Dozier (1998)
635 Periodical Cicadas (The 13-Year Locusts) in Alabama–L.L. Hyche (1998)
634 The Bagworm: A Guide to Recognition and Habits on Alabama Trees–Lacy L. Hyche (1998)
633 Stinging Caterpillars of Alabama: A Guide to Recognition of Species Found on Alabama Trees–Lacy Hyche (1998)
632 Varieties for the Alabama Vegetable Industry and the Southeast–Eric Simonne, Joseph Kemble, and Bobby Boozer (1997)
631 Phosphorus Accumulation and Loss from Alabama Soils Receiving Poultry Litter–Gregory L. Mullins and Benjamin F. Hajek (1997)
630 The Sycamore Leaf Beetle: A Guide to Recognition and Habits in Alabama–L.L. Hyche (1996)
629 The Eastern Tent Caterpillar: A Guide to Recognition and Habits in Alabama–L.L. Hyche (1996)
628 Plum Variety Trials in Alabama, 1986-1995–G.E. Boyhan, J.D. Norton, M.H. Hollingsworth, J.A. Pitts, J.B. Witt, H.W. Ivey, and J.T. Owen (1996)
627 The Twig Girdler: A Guide to Recognition and Habits in Alabama–L.L. Hyche
626 Increasing Supermarket Floral Sales with Floral Demonstration–Bridget Behe, Lisa Beckett, and Catherine Walker (1995)
625 Economic Feasibility of Turfgrass-Sod Production–J.L. Adrian, Jr., W.M. Lloyd, and P.A. Duffy (1995)
624 Rate of Fertilizing Cotton at Prattville, 1934-1994–C.C. Mitchell, F.J. Arriage, and D.A. Moore (1994)
623 Organization Impacts and Prospects for the Breeding and Rasing of Horses in Alabama–R.D. Broadway, J.J.Molnar, C. A. McCall and R. M. Pendergrass (1994)
622 The Yellow-Poplar Leaf-Mining Weevil A Guide to Recognition and Habits in Alabama–L.L. Hyche (1994)
621 Economic Analysis of Effluent Control from Catfish Ponds–German A. Cerezo and Howard A. Clonts (1994)
620 LOW-FAT Fresh Pork Sausage Production–Dale L. Huffman, C. M. Chen, W. R. Egbert, and D. D. Bradford (1993)
619 Performance of Strawberry Cultivars in Central and North Alabama Grown on the Matted Row System–W. A. Dozier, Jr., D. G. Himelrick, A. W. Caylor,J. A. Pitts, M. H. Hollingsworth and W. B. Webster (1992)
618 Returns to Catfish Advertising and Optimal Spending Levels–H. Kinnucan, Walter Zidack, and Upton Hatch (1992)
617 The Redheaded Pine Sawfly: A Guide to Recognition and Habits–L. L. Hyche (1992)
616 Crime and Alabama Farms: Victimization Action–J.E. Dunkelberger, J.M. Clayton, R.S. Myrick and Gladys J. Lyles (1992)
615 Response of Channel Catfish to Variable Concentrations of Dietary Protein–M.H. Li and R.T. Lovell (1992)
614 Systems Simulations of Strategies for Reducing the Economic Risks of Producing and Marketing of Corn in North Alabama–James Novak, Robert Nelson, Bob Goodman, and Rebecca Travnichek (1992)
613 Market for Agricultural Land in the Rural-Urban Fringe of Dothan, Alabama–J.L. Adrian and M. Darren Cannon (1992)
612 Consumer Response to A News Lean Ground Beef Product: Results from a Home-Use Comparative Test of AU LEAN–John E. Dunkelberger, Douglas H. Summerford, Dale L. Huffman, and W. Russell Egbert (1992)
611 Retail Grocery Markets for Catfish–Upton Hatch and Surajudeen Olowolayemo (1991)
610 Alabama’s Turfgrass-Sod Industry–Robert W. White, John L. Adrian, and Ray Dickens (1991)
609 A Simplified Theory of Point Kriging and Its Extension to Co-kriging and Sampling Optimization–G.P.Y. Clarke and J. H. Dane (1991)
608 Weed Control in Minimum Tillage Cotton Rotations–M.G. Patterson, W.B. Webster, H. Ivey, and L.W. Wells (1990)
607 Effects of Catfish Advertising on Consumers’ Attitudes, Purchase Frequency, and Farmers’ Incomes–Henry Kinnucan, Meenakshi Venkateswaran, and Upton Hatch (1990)
606 Advances in Lean Ground Beef Production–Dale L. Huffman and W. Russell Egbert (1990)
605 Adoption and Diffusion Potentials for Bovine Somatotropin in the Southeast Dairy Industry–Henry Kinnucan, Upton Hatch, Joseph J. Molnar, and Robert Pendergrass (1990)
604 User’s Guide to a Multipurpose Forest Projection System for Southern Forests–Roger K. Bolton and Ralph S. Meldahl (1990)
603 Design and Development of Multipurpose Forest Projection System for Southern Forests–Roger K. Bolton and Ralph S. Meldahl (1990)
602 Rural Land Markets in Alabama–J. L. Adrian and W. E. Hardy (1989)
601 Seasonal Cycle and Habits of the Butternut Woolly Worm–L. L. Hyche (1989)
600 Current Use Property Assessment in Alabama–Warren A. Flick, Steven W. Krietemeyer and Clifford A. Hickman (1989)
599 Seepage from Fishponds–Natham M. Stone and Claude E. Boyd (1989)
598 Performance of Rabbiteye Blueberry Cultivars in South Alabama–W. A. Dozier, Jr., J. W. Knowles, A. W. Caylor, A. A. Powell, R. Akridge, and M. A. McGuire (1989)
597 Econometric Analysis of Demand and Price-Markup Functions for Catfish at the Processor Level–Henry Kinnucan and David Wineholt (1989)
596 Marketing Alternatives for East Alabama Catfish Producers–Carol R. Engle (1989)
595 A Summary of Swine Crossbreeding Research at Auburn University–Steve B. Jungst and Daryl Kuhlers (1988)
594 Soil Fertility Experiments with Peanuts in Alabama 1973-1986–D. L. Hartzog and J. F. Adams (1988)
593 Dairy Cattle Performance on Oasic Phalaris Low-Endophyte KY-31 Fescue, and Winter Annuals–B.R. Moss, L.A. Smith, J. L. Holliman, H. W. Grimes and C. C. King (1988)
592 Economic Effects of Increased Vertical Control in Agriculture: The Case of the U.S. Egg Industry–Alex Brand, Henry Kinnucan, and Marc Warman (1988)
591 Degree-Day Maps for Management of Soybean Insect Pests in Alabama–D. A. Herbert, T. P. Mack R. B. Reed, and R. Getz (1988)
590 Alabama Grain Marketing System in the 1980–James L. Stallings (1988)
589 Production and Marketing of Azaleas in Baldwin and Mobile Counties Alabama–Michael L. Hill, Lowell E. Wilson and Ronald L. Shumack (1987)
588 Effect of Soil Removal and Herbicide Treatment on Soil Properties and Early Loblolly Pine Growth–C.L. Tuttle, M. S. Golden, and R. S. Meldahl (1987)
587 Harzardous Waste and Emergency Planning–Charles S. Faupel, Conner Bailey, and Marcus Williams (1987)
586 Wholesale Market Potential for Fresh Vegetable Grown in North Alabama–M.E. Zwingli, J.L. Adrian, W.E. Hardy and W. J. Free (1987)
585 Performance of Soybean Cultivars in Fields Infested with Plant-Parasitic Nematodes in Alabama–R.Rodriguez-Kabana, D. B. Weaver, and E. L. Carden (1987)
584 Evaluation of Aerators for Channel Catfish Farming–Claude E. Boyd and Taufik Ahmad (1987)
583 Determining the Economic Effects of Off-Flavor Catfish–Scott Sindelar, Henry Kinnucan, and Upton Hatch (1987)
582 Farming, Food & Agriculture Outlooks and Perceptions of Alabama Residents–J.J. Molnar and S. M. Mulla (1987)
581 Tools of Estate Planning for Alabama Farms–W. J. Hardy Jr. and Sidney C. Bell (1986)
580 Estate Planning for Alabama Farms A Case Study–William J. Hardy, Jr. and Sidney C. Bell (1986)
579 Sawmill Improvement Efficiency Analysis–Honorio F. Carino (1986)
578 Legal Knowledge of Estate Planning Possessed by Alabama–Sidney C. Bell and Arnie A. O’Mary (1986)
577 Forage Nutritive Quality of Weeds in Alabama–C.S. Hoveland, G.A. Buchanan, S. Bosworth, and I.J. Bailey (1986)
576 An Interactive Simulation Program to Model Feller-Bunchers–W. D. Greene and B. L. Lanford (1986)
575 Response of Corn Hybrids to Aflatoxin Formation by Aspergillus Flavus–N.D. Davis, Clifford G. Currer and Urban L. Diener (1985)
574 A Generalized Plotting Program to Produce Stand Maps–J.S. Conwa, B.L. Lanford, B.J. Stokes, and W.D. Greene (1985)
573 Thinning with the John Deere 743A–Bobby Lanford and Bryce J. Stockes (1985)
572 Weed Survey of Permanent in Three Southern States–G.A. Buchanan, E.W. Hauser, A.S. Causey, & Jim Adams (1985)
571 Turfgrass-Sod Marketing in Alabama–John Adrian, Charles Lokey, and Ray Dickens
570 Peach and Nectarine Varietal Performance in the Wiregrass Area of Alabama–W. A. Dozier, J. W. Knowles, and H. W. Ivey (1985)
569 Application of the Hewlett-Packard 41CV In Elemental Time Studies–J. D. Schroering and B. L. Lanford (1985)
568 An Economic Analysis of Selected Alabama Dairy Farms–J.F. Sims and L.E. Wilson (1985)
567 Birdsfood Trefoil-Grass for Steers in the Tennessee Valley–C.S. Hoveland, R.R. Harris, R.L. Haaland, J.A. McGuire, W. B. Webster, and V. H. Calvert II (1985)
566 Seed Source Variations in Growth and Ornamental Traits of Virginia Pine–Charles O. Walick, Stuart E. Diba, and James F. Goggans (1985)
565 Industry Attitudes Toward A Computerize Marketing System for Fresh Fruits and Vegetable in Alabama–Charles O. Walick, Stuart E. Diba, and James F. Goggans (1985)
564 Timber Cruising with the Hewlett-Packard 41CV Hand Held Programmable Calculator–J. D. Schroerung and B. L. Lanford (1985)
563 Orchardgrass Ladino Clover Pasture for Stocker Steers in North Alabama–R.R. Harris, C.S. Hoveland, J.A. McGuire, W. B. Webster, and V. H. Calvert, II (1984)
562 Improving Market Coordinator in the Catfish Industry in West Alabama–Steven D. Mims and Greg Sullivan (1984)
561 Long-Term Fertility Experiments on Cotton, Corn, Soybeans, Sorghum and Peanuts, 1929-1982–J. T. Cope (1984)
560 A Comparison of Calves by Hereford and Limousin Bulls–T. B. Patterson, L. A. Smith, H. W. Grimes, and J. L. Holliman (1984)
559 Fertilizer Experiments with Tall Fescue and White Clover in Alabama–C. H. Burmester and Fred Adams (1984)
558 Observations on the Hydrology and Morphometry of Ponds on the Auburn University Fisheries Research Unit–Claude E. Boyd and James L. Shelton, Jr. (1984)
557 Evaluation of Five Non-Spur Strains of Red Delicious Apples in Central Alabama–J.W. Knowles, W.A. Griffey, H.E. Burgess, E.L. Mayton, A.A. Powell and J A. McGuire (1984)
556 Irrigation Schedules for Peanut Production–E.W. Rochester, P.A. Backman, J.A. McGuire, L.M. Curtis, Jim Starling and Henry Ivey (1984)
555 Forestry Activities and Water Quality in Alabama–M.S. Golden, C.L .Tuttle, J.S. Kush, and J. Bradley, III (1984)
554 Private Landownership in Alabama–J. A. Adrian and J. E. Dunkelberger (1983)
553 Fall-Spring Nitrogen Combinations for Wheat Grain Production–J. T. Touchton and W. L. Hargrove (1983)
552 Characteristics, Advantages, and Disadvantage of the Various Forms of Business Organization Used by Alabama Farmers–Sidney C. Bell and N. Cecil Dorsery, Jr. (1983)
551 Characteristics and Legal Requirements for the Various Forms of Business Organization Available to Alabama Farmers–Sidney C. Bell and N. Cecil Doresery, Jr. (1983)
550 Soil-Test Evaluation Experiments at 10 Alabama Locations 1977-83–J.T. Cope (1983)
549 Alabama Broilers: Product Form, Market Destination, and Consumer Preferences–J. S. Smith and M. White (1983)
548 Effect of Production and Credit Managment Factors on Catfish Investment and Profitability–J.B. Flynn, Neil R. Martin, Jr., and Gregory D. Hanson (1983)
547 Balloonvine Biology and Control in Soybeans–E.R. Jolley, R.H. Walker, J.A. McGuire, S.K. Johnston, D.S. Murray, and J. C. Williams (1983)
546 Production and Marketing of Woody Ornamental in Alabama–Fred B. Perry, Jr. and M. B. Badenhop (1982)
545 Evaluating Mourning Dove Crop Gland Activity Associated with Crop Milk Production–Ralph E. Mirarchi and Patrick F. Scanlon (1982)
544 Pick-Your-Own and Farmers’ Markets Direct Marketing Alternatives for Alabama Growers–John Adrian and Veronica Vitelli (1982)
543 Rye-Ryegrass Legume Trials in Alabama 1978-1981–Carl S. Hoveland and M. W. Allison, Jr. (1982)
542 Legal Entanglements Common to Alabama Farmers–Debra J. Metzger and Sidney C. Bell (1982)
541 Performance of Preplant Incorporated and Preemergence Applied Herbicides for Weed Control in Cotton–Ted Whitwell, R. Harold Walker, and Glenn Wehje (1982)
540 International Trade in Soybeans and Products Implications of Alabama–J.L. Stalling (1982)
539 Evaluation of the Holder A55F Logging Tractor–Roy E. Hoffman, Bobby L. Lanford, and Ronald H. Iff (1982)
538 Production of Peanuts as Affected by Weed Competition and Row Spacing–E. Hauser and Gale A. Buchanan (1982)
537 Birdsfoot Trefoil in Alabama–C. S. Hoveland, R. L. Haaland, R. R. Harris and J. A. McGuire (1982)
536 An Analysis of 26-Years of Beef Bull Performance Testing at Auburn University–T.B. Patterson, G.B. Meadows and J. A. McGuire (1982)
535 Alabama Farm Operator Perspectives On A Changing Structure of Agriculture–J. J. Molnar (1982)
534 An Input-Output Model of Alabama’s Economy: Understanding Forestry’s Role–P. Trenchi, III., and W.A. Flick (1982)
533 Growth Suppressant Chemicals for Establishment of Winter Annual Forages on Bahia and Bermudagrass Sod–C. S. Hoveland, R. F. McCormick, Jr., J. A. Little, G. V. Granade and J. G. Starling (1981)
532 Rapeseed in Alabama–C. S. Hoveland, J. W. Odom, R. L. Haaland, and M. W. Alison, Jr. (1981)
531 Seeding Legumes into Tall Fescue Sod–C. S. Hoveland, M. W. Alison, Jr., W. B. Webster, V. H. Calvert, II, J. T. Eason, M. E. Ruf, W. A. Griffey, H. E. Burgess, L. A. Smith and H. W. Grimes, Jr. (1981)
530 Tall Fescue with Ladino Clover or Birdsfood Trefoil As Pasture for Steers in Northern Alabama–C.S. Hoveland, R. R. Harris, E. E. Thomas, E.M. Clark, J.A. McGuire, J. T. Eason and M. E. Ruf (1981)
529 Commercial Turfgrass-Sod Production in Alabama–J.L. Adrian, J.A. Yates, and R. Dickens (1981)
528 Nitrogen Fertilizer Rates and Cotton Petiole Analysis in Alabama Field Experiment–J.T. Touchton, Fred Adams and C. H. Burmester (1981)
527 Use of Marketing Alternatives for Major Crops Produced in Alabama–J. L. Adrian, J. G. Lott and M. White (1981)
526 Legal Knowledge Possessed by Alabama Farmers Illustrated by Fact Situations and Legal Solutions–J. T. Touchton, Fred Admas and C. H. Burmester (1980)
525 Incidence of Plum Leaf Scald in Alabama–A. J. Latham and J. D. Norton (1980)
524 Soybean Basis Pattern in Alabama Market Areas–E. H. Easterling and Morris White (1980)
523 Grain Firms and Grain Movements in Alabama in 1977–Leo M. Headley and James L. Stallings (1980)
522 Water Chemistry of Alabama Ponds–R. G. Arce and Claude E. Boyd (1980)
521 Utilization of Catfish Processing Waste–Richard T. Lovell (1980)
520 Agricultural Lending Profitability for Alabama Commercial Banks–M.W. Moore and William E. Hardy, Jr. (1980)
519 Pruning and Training of Red Delicious Apples–W.A. Dozier, Jr., C.C. Carlton, K.C. Short, W.A. Griffey, H.E. Burgess, A.A. Powell and John McGuire (1980)
518 Managerial Ability and Its Effects on Farm Growth–J. K. Morrow, II, W. E. Hardy, Jr., and S. C. Bell (1980)
517 Climatic Features and Length of Growing Season in Alabama–Jere R. Gallup (1980)
516 Determining Peanut Harvest Dates in Alabama by the Arginine Maturity Index (AMI)–J. D. Weete, W. D. Branch, and T. A. McArdle (1979)
515 Tall Fescue and Phalaris Pasture for Steers–C. S. Hoveland, R. L. Haaland, C. C. King, W. B. Anthony, J. A. McGuire, L. A. Smith, H. W. Grimes, and J. L. Holliman (1979)
514 Tall Fescue and Phalaris on Dallisgrass Sod in the Black Belt–C. S. Hoveland, L. A. Smith, and H. W. Grimes (1979)
513 Marketing of Alabama Cotton Methods and Problems–Gary W. Hill, William E. Hardy, Jr., and Morris White (1979)
512 An Analysis of the Rural Land Market in the Limestone Soil Region of Alabama–David T. Laird and J. L. Adrian (1979)
511 Efficient Vehicle Route: A Milk Distribution Example–Vayden L. Murphy, Jr., and Williams E. Hardy, Jr. (1979)
510 Using Farm Machinery Effectively–Elmo Renoll (1979)
509 Forward Contracting of Cotton–Morris White and Michael A. Davis (1979)
508 Development Characteristics in Non Metropolitan Alabama: Social Indicators and Industrialization–Joseph J. Molnar and Virginia Smith (1979)
507 Population Migration in Alabama 1960-1975 Trends and Implication–Joseph J. Molnar and Calvin Vanlandingham (1978)
506 Machine Systems for Transporting and Handling Large Round Bales–Elmo Renoll, L.A. Smith, and J. L. Stallings (1978)
505 Predicting Nighttime Oxygen Depletion in Catfish Ponds–Robert P. Romaire and Claude E. Boyd (1978)
504 Variations in Rural Land Values in the Wiregrass Region of Alabama–S. R. Spurlock and J. L. Adrian (1978)
503 Maintaining Fescue in Bahia Mixtures–C. S. Hoveland, R. F. McCormick, Jr., E. L. Carden, R. Rodriguez-Kabana, and J. T. Shelton (1978)
502 Estate Planning: Problems and Procedures Encountered by Alabama Farmers–Howard A. Clonts and Laird R. Jones (1978)
501 A 30-Year History of Research on Auburn University’s Experiment Forests–Wilbur B. DeVall (1978)
500 Agricultural Lending in Selected Agriculturally Oriented Alabama Commercial Banks–S. C. Bell and Robert J. Bradock (1978)
499 Comparison of Mulch Material for Highway Vegetation Establishment–Ray Dickens and William J. Johnston (1978)
498 Camping Demand in Alabama–J. L. Boutwell and E. W. McCoy (1978)
497 Forage Systems for Beef Cows & Calves in the Piedmont–C. S. Hoveland, W. B. Anthony, J. A. McGuire, W. A. Griffey, and H. E. Burgess (1977)
496 Overseeding Winter Annual Forage on Coastal Sod for Beef Cows and Calves– C. S. Hoveland (1977)
495 Budgeting for Selected Aquacultural Enterprises–K. W. Crawford and E. W. McCoy (1977)
494 Alabama Agriculture 1950-1976: Year of Change and Progress–S. R. Spurlock and J. L. Adrian (1977)
493 Aflatoxin Formation in Peanuts by Aspergillus flavus–U.L. Diener and N.D. Davis (1977)
492 The Effect and Use of Alternative Credit Policies on the Financial Growth of an Alabama Farm– Homer C. Daniel, Jr., Sidney C. Bell and William E. Hardy, Jr. (1977)
491 Economic Impact of Uncontrolled White-Fringed Beetle Damage to Peanut Farmers in Alabama, Georgia and Florida–John L. Boutwell (1977)
490 Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Factors Responsible for the Earthy Odor in the Auburn City Water Supply–J.D. Weete, W.T. Blevins, G.R. Wilt, and D. Durham (1977)
489 Peanut Leafspot Research in Alabama 1970-1976–P.A. Backman, R. Rodiguez-Kabana, J.M. Hammond, E.M. Clark, J. A. Lyle, H. W. Ivey, II, and J. G. Starling (1977)
488 X-Ray Spectroscopic Analysis of Six Mineral Elements in Woody Tissues–S.L. Smith, H.O. Beals, B.F. Hajek and Terry C. Davis (1977)
487 Use of Cash Flow Statements as a Financial Management Tool–Richard W. Wilt, Jr., and Sidney C. Bell (1977)
486 Figure in Wood: An Illustrated Review–Harold O. Beals and Terry C. Davis (1977)
485 Dairy Cattle Waste Management: Its Effect on Forage Production and Runoff Water Quality–B.D. Doss, Z. F. Lund, F. L. Long and Luke Mugwira (1976)
484 Performance of Selected Apple Rootstock in the Piedmont Area of Central Alabama 1965-1975–W. A. Dozier, Jr., Hoyt E. Burgess, W. A. Griffey, E. L. Mayton, A. J. Latham, H. J. Amling and C. A. Kouskolekas (1976)
483 Variations in Rural Land Values in the Black Belt Region of Alabama–W. E. Nelson and J. L. Adrian (1976)
482 The Cost of Money: A Look at Interest Rates and Government Regulations–W. E. Hardy, Jr. (1976)
481 Alabama’s Land Resources: A Review of the Need for Critical Protection–V.P. Culver and Howard P. Clonts (1976)
480 Instant Jelly Concentrates for Home Processing–Hubert Harris (1976)
479 Implications of Watershed Development on Land Value and Landowner Attitudes– Howard A. Clonts and Lonnie P. Cain (1976)
478 Crop and Beef Cattle Production Systems–R. R. Harris, V. L. Brown, C. C. King, S. C. Bell, W. B. Anthony, and E. M. Evans (1976)
477 An Atlas and Tables of Thunderstorm and Hail Day Probabilities in the Southeastern United States–J.M. Davis and C. M. Sakamoto (1976)
476 Soybeans in Alabama: Economic Position Returns–Williams J. Talley and James L. Stallings (1976) not available
475 Full Time Hired Labor on Alabama Dairy Farms–Robert C. Keen and Lowell E. Wilson (1975)
474 Seasonal Changes in Prices of Major Alabama Farm Commodities and Feeds Purchased–Morris White and Barry Gilbreath (1975)
473 Prescribed Burning for Improving Pine Production an Wildlife Habitat in the Hilly Coastal Plain of Alabama–Ming-Yih Chen, Earl J. Hodgkins, and W. J. Watson (1975)
472 Field Experiments with Magnesium in Alabama Cotton, Corn, Soybeans, and Peanuts–Fred Adams (1975)
471 Alabama Population Change: With Emphasis on the Last Half Century (1920-1979)–Jance B. Vanlandingham, John E. Dunkelberger and Calvin L. Vanlandingham (1975)
470 Scheduling and Application Rates of Irrigation in A Humid–Rochester (1975)
469 Profiling the Woods-Burner: An Analysis of Fire Trespass Violations in the South’s National Forests–J.E. Dunkelberger and A. T. Altobellis (1975)
468 Evaluation of Scheduling of Snapdragon Cultivars–Kenneth C. Sanderson and Willis C. Martin (1975)
467 Water Relations of Cotton: A Rhizotron Study–V. Douglas Browning, Howard M. Taylor, Morris G. Huck and Betty Klepper (1975)
466 Farm Estate Planning in Alabama–William C. Hughes and Sidney C. Bell (1975)
465 Total Alkalinity and Hardness of Surface Waters in Alabama and Mississippi–Claude E. Boyd and W. Wayne Walley (1975)
464 Planning for Community Services in Rural Area: A Regional Approach to Solid Waste Management–C.L. Grissom an Williams E. Hardy, Jr. (1974)
463 Fruit Growth and Embryological Development of the “Stuart” Pecan, Carya Illinoensis–W. A. Dozier, Jr., and J. H. Amling (1974)
462 Full Time Hired Farm Labor in Alabama’s Black Belt–John D. Davis and Lowell E. Wilson (1974)
461 Effeccts of Brown Swiss, Charolais, Holstein and Hereford Breeding on Production in A Grade Beef–T. B. Patterson, J. A. McGuire and R. A. Moore (1974)
460 Livestock-Poisoning Vascular Plants of Alabama–John D. Freeman and Harold D. Moore (1974)
459 Lime Requirements of Alabama Fish Ponds–Claude E. Boyd (1974)
458 Fleas (Siphonaptera) of Alabama and Their Host Relationship–L. G. Sanford and Kirby L. Hays (1974)
457 Marinas in Alabama–George R. Gardner and E. W. McCoy (1974)
456 Indexes of Prices Received by Alabama Farmers Revised 1959-1973–Benny K. Ingram and Morris White (1974)
455 Stack and Bale Systems for Hay Handling and Feeding–E. S. Renoll, W. B. Anthony, L. S. Smith, and J. L. Stallings (1974)
454 Black Belt Prairie Montgomery County, Alabama and Vicinity–H. Taylor (1974)
453 The Economy of Talladega County, Alabama: An Input-Output Analysis with Special Reference to the Effects of Watershed Development–R. D. Pepper and H. A. Clonts (1974)
452 Lime Needs of Soybeans on Alabama Soils–Howard T. Rogers, Fred Adams, and Donald L. Thurlow (1973)
451 Alabama’s Recreational Catfish Ponds–E. W. McCoy and J. E. Ruzic (1973)
450 How Plant Populations and Row Widths Affect Light Penetration, Yield, and Plant Characteristics of Irrigated Corn–C. E. Scarsbrook and B. D. Doss (1973)
449 A Comparison of Calves by Charolais and Hereford Bulls–T. B. Patterson, L. A. Smith, and H. W. Grimes (1973)
448 Fertilizer, Gypsum, and Lime Experiments with Peanuts in Alabama 1967-1972–Dallas Hartzog and Fred Adams (1973)
447 Relationship Between Point Density Measurements and Subsequent of Southern Pines–E. W. Johnson (1973)
446 Reaching the Hard to Reach with EFNEP–E. E. Dunkelberger, Nancy W. Martin and Anne B. Pratt (1973)
445 Distribution of the Genus Ergasilus in Several Gulf of Mexico Drainage Basins–S K. John and W. A. Rogers (1973)
444 Production Practices for Pimiento Pepper Fertilizer Rates, Plant Spacings, and Varietal Strains–W.A. Johnson, Clyde E. Evans, M. H. Hollingsworth, and E. L. Mayton (1973)
443 Supplementing Coastal Bermudagrass Hay for Lactating Dairy Cows–G.H. Rollins, E.L. Mayton, J.A. Little, and G. E. Hawkins (1973)
442 Influence of Simulated Early-Season Insect Damage on Growth and Yield of Cotton–F. R. Gilliland, Jr. (1972)
441 The Leaf Beetles of Alabama (Coleoptera:Chrysomelidae)–Edward U. Balsbaugh, Jr., and Kirby L. Hays (1972)
440 The Cottontail Rabbit in Alabama–Edward P. Hill (1972)
439 Minor Topographic Changes Affect Growth and Yield of Plant Southern Pines–Knox W. Livingston (1972)
438 The Process of Choice Used by Alabama Urban Homemakers in Food-Buying Decision–Ruth A. Hammett and Mildred S. Van de Mark (1972)
437 Experience an Location As Factors Influencing Income from Commercial Catfish Enterprises–J.S. Adrian & E. W. McCoy (1972)
436 Crossbreeding British Beef Breeds–J. C. Collins, T. B. Patterson, W. M. Warren and G. B. Meadows (1972)
435 Forage and Feed Systems for Beef Brood Cow Herd Grass Legume vs. Grass + N Pastures Winter Feeding of Brood Cows and Calves–J.T. Cope, Jr., C. C. King, T. B. Patterson and S. C. Bell (1972)
434 Buying Behavior and Decisions About the Purchase of Dairy Products by Urban Families at Three Income Levels– Mildred S. Van de Mark and Ruth A. Hammett (1972)
433 Crossbreeding Beef Cattle-Value of Crossbreeding for Commercial Cattle Production Shown in Long-Time Research at Black Belt Substation–J.C. Collins, T.B. Patterson, W.M. Warren, L.A. Smith, and H. Grimes (1972)
432 Fescue, Orchardgrass, and Coastal Bermudagrass Grazing for Yearling Beef Steers–R.R. Harris, E.M. Evans, J. K. Boseck and W. B. Webster (1972)
431 Development and Use of Defatted Peanut Flours Meals, and Grits–Hubert Harris, Elizabeth Y. Davis, M.S. Van de Mark, Kenneth S. Rymal and James J. Spadaro (1972)
430 Brown Swiss, Charolais, and Hereford Breeding in A Grade Beef Herd–Effect on Performance and Carcass Characteristics–T. B. Patterson, W. W. Cotney, and Robert A. Moore (1972)
429 The Structure of the Alabama Economy: An Input-Output Analysis–Wayne C. Curtis (1972)
428 An Economic Analysis of Two Confinement Systems vs. A Conventional System of Beef Cow-Calf Production–Sidney C. Bell, Ellen Baughn, and V. L. Brown (1972)
427 Costs and Returns of Subdivision Development–Williams H. Moss and Howard A. Clonts, Jr. (1972)
426 The Ticks of Alabama (Ixodidae: Acarina)–Joseph C. Cooney and Kirby L. Hays (1972)
425 The Feed Grain Market for Alabama–Jon D. Cavanaugh and James L. Stallings (1972)
424 Beef Cow Grazing Systems Compared on Eutaw Clay–C.C. King, Jr., W.B. Anthony, S.C. Bell, L.A. Smith, and Harold Grimes (1971)
423 Role of Income and Food Costs in Milk Product Use by Alabama Urban Families, 1968–Ruth A. Hammett (1971)
422 Costs and Returns of Producing Grade A Milk in Alabama–Sidney C. Bell and Johnny W. Jordan (1971)
421 Costs and Returns of Commercial Catfish Production in Alabama–J. L. Adrian and Johnny W. Jordan (1971)
420 Costs and Returns of Producing Peanuts in the Wiregrass Area of Alabama–S.C. Bell and H.R. Etheredge (1971)
419 A Use of Cluster Analysis in Outdoor Recreation Research–E. W. McCoy and W. C. Willis, III (1971)
418 Performance of Progeny Sired by High and Low Performing Beef Bulls–T. B. Patterson, J. T. Cope, W. W. Cotney and Robert A. Moore (1971)
417 An Analysis of Income and Employment Changes in Four Rural Counties in Alabama 1960-69–Wayne Curtis (1971)
416 Cool-Season Annual Grazing Crops for Stocker Calves–R. R. Harris and W. B. Anthony (1971)
415 Use of Dairy Products by Alabama Urban Families 1954, 1958, 1968–Ruth A. Hammett (1971)
414 Cotton Insect Control with ULVA-Applied Insecticides–F.R. Gilliland, Jr., W.T. Dumas, F.S. Arant, and H.W. Ivey (1971)
413 Soybean Production–Recent Research Findings–Howard T. Rogers (1971)
412 Fertilizers for Johnsongrass on Calvareous Black Belt Soils–C. E. Scarsbrook, C. E. Evans, Harolad Grimes, R. D. Rouse, and L. A. Smith (1971)
411 Confined Feeding of Beef Brood Cows–Ralph R. Harris, V. L. Brown, W. B. Anthony and C. C. King, Jr. (1970)
410 Improving Mixed Hardwood Stands–Sherman D. Whipple (1970)
409 Effect of Row Spacing on Sorghum-Sudan Forage Yield and Utilization by Dairy Cows–G. H. Rollins, C.C. King, Jr., J. A. Little, L. A. Smith and H. W. Grimes, Jr. (1970)
408 Coastal Bermudagrass for Beef Cows Nursing Calves–W.B. Anthony, J.G. Starling, C.A. Brogden and H.W. Grimes, Jr. (1970)
407 Costs and Returns of Producing Feeder Pigs–Thomas A. Hughes, Jr., and Sidney C. Bell (1970)
406 Costs and Returns of Producing Market Hogs in Alabama–Thomas A. Hughes, Jr., and Sidney C. Bell (1970)
405 Some Relationships Between Chemical Composition and Nutritive Qualities of Coastal Bermudagrass Hay for Dairy Cows–George E. Hawkins and Joe A. Little (1970)
404 A Synopsis of Orthoptera (Sensu Lato) of Alabama–Matt E. Dakin, Jr., and Kirby L. Hays (1970)
403 Methods of Applying Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium for Cotton–C.E. Evans, C.E. Scarsbrook and R. D. Rouse (1970)
402 Biology of the Raccoon (Procyon lotor various)–Nelson and Goldman in Alabama–A. Sydney Johnson (1970)
401 Costs and Returns of Producing Soybeans in Alabama–Sidney C. Bell and Bruce H. Ward (1970)
400 Getting Established in Farming with Special Reference to Credit–J.E. Epperson and Sidney C. Bell (1970)
399 Performance of Herbicides for Weed Control in Peanuts–G.A. Buchanan, Ray Dickens, E.R. Burns & R.M. McCormick (1970)
398 An Analysis of Agricultural Credit in the Wiregrass Area of Alabama–Sidney C. Bell and John C. Gamble (1970)
397 Cool Season Perennial Grass Species for Forage in Alabama–C. S. Hoveland, E. M. Evans, and D. A. Mays (1970)
396 Yuchi Arrowleaf Clover–C. S. Hoveland, E. L. Carden, G. A. Buchanan, E.M. Evans, W. B. Anthony, E. L. Mayton and H. E. Burgess (1969)
395 Row-Crop Machinery Capacity as Influence by Field Conditions–E. S. Renoll (1969)
394 Alabama Sheep Research 1954 to 1969–E. L. Wiggins (1969)
393 Effect of Winter Feeding Level on Brood Cow Performance–R.R. Harris, V. L. Brown and W. B. Anthony (1969)
392 Advertising, Promotion, Market Acceptance of Pasteurized Refrigerated Peaches–Bill R. Miller and Charles E. Strain (1969)
391 Response of Corn to Lime in Field Experiments on Alabama Soils–Fred Adams (1969)
390 The Black Flies of Alabama (Diptera: Simuliidae)–Alan Stone and Edward L. Snoddy (1969)
389 Managing Johnsongrass for Dairy Cows Relative Efficiency of Several Methods of Utilizing Forage Determined in Alabama Research–G.E. Hawkins, L.A. Smith, Harold Grimes, R.M. Patterson, J. A. Little, and C. A. Rollo (1969)
388 Serala Sericea, Coastal Bermudagrass, Goar Tall Fescue Grazing for Beef Cows and Calves in Alabama’s Piedmont–C. S. Hoveland, W. B. Anthony, R. R. Harris, E. L. Mayton, and H. E. Burgess (1969)
387 Bamboo Growing in Alabama–D. G. Sturkie, V. L. Brown, and W. J. Watson (1968)
386 Poultry Manure for Vegetable Crops-Effects and Value–L. M. Ware and W. A. Johnson (1968)
385 Comparison of Seasonal Price Variations of Selected Alabama Farm Commodities Five and Ten Year Base Periods–S. C. Massingill and Morris White (1968)
384 Yellow Poplar Regeneration After Seed Tree Cutting and Site Preparation–Sherman D. Whipple (1968)
383 Phosphorus and Potassium on Zoysia and Tiflawn Bermudagrass on Four Soil Types–D. G. Sturkie and R. D. Rouse (1968)
382 Procurement of Pecans by Major Buyers in Alabama–Samuel I. Hinote and Lowell E. Wilson (1968)
381 The Pickleworm: Its Control on Curcurbits in Alabama–T. Don Canerday and James D. Dilbeck (1968)
380 Leisure-Time Activities of Middle-Aged Adults in Rural Areas–Eithel Rose and Joy A. Arrington (1968)
379 Feed Grain Situation in Alabama 1953-66 and Projections to 1975–James R. Hurst and Morris White (1968)
378 Meat Buying Habits of Urban Homemakers–Ruth A. Hammett (1968)
377 Response of Homemakers to Food Information In Mass Media of Anniston, Birmingham, Montgomery–Ruth A. Hammett (1968)
376 Response of Cotton to Lime in Field Experiments–Fred Adams (1968)
375 Soil Test Theory and Calibration for Cotton Corn Soybeans and Coastal Bermudagrass–R.D.Rouse (1968)
374 Family Camping in Alabama–L. S. Driscoll (1967)
373 Research for Soybean Producers–J.H. Yeager, C.A. Rollo, L.E. Ensminger and W.C. Johnson (1967)
372 Tolerance of Cottonwood to Certain Herbicides–James W. Martin and Mason C. Carter (1966)
371 Size Adjustments of Alabama Grade A Milk Producers–Harold M. Harris, Jr., and Lowell E. Wilson (1966)
370 Fertilization of Loblolly Pine on Two Alabama Soils: Effects on Growth and Foliar Mineral Content–M.C. Carter and E. S. Lyle, Jr. (1966)
369 Marketing Alabama Broilers–Procurement, Processing, and Distribution–Morris White and Mack N. Leath (1966)
368 Budgeted Costs of Producing Grade A Milk–L.W. Roberts, E.L. Mayton, J.H. Blackstone and G.E. Hawkins (1966)
367 Marketing Outdoor Recreational Services–L. S. Driscoll and E. E. Kern (1966)
366 Market Values and Transfers of Milk Quotas in Alabama–Harold M. Harris, Jr., and Lowell E. Wilson (1966)
365 The Alabama Slaughter Cattle Industry–Jerry M. Martin and M. J. Danner (1966)
364 Homemaker Response to Poultry Promotion–Mildred S. Van de Mark (1965)
363 Forage Systems Compared for High Producing Cows–E. L. Mayton, George E. Hawkins, J.H. Blackstone, and J. A. Little (1965)
362 Response of Planted Loblolly Pine Following Various Conversion Methods–Sherman D. Whiple and Edwin H. White (1965)
361 Implications of Allotments on Optimum Farm Organization and Supply Relationships in Two Alabama Areas–Neil R. Martin Jr., E.J. Partenheimer and P. Leo Strickland Jr. (1965)
360 Movement of Cattle and Calves Through Alabama Auction Markets–J. R. Meadows and M. J. Danner (1965)
359 Response by Urban Homemakers to Mailed Advertising –Ruth A. Hammett and J. H. Blackstone (1965)
358 Costs of Packing Fresh Peaches in Chilton County Alabama–Banks Perkins and Morris White (1965)
357 Optimum Farm Organization with Different Livestock Prices, Limestone Valley Areas of Alabama–E.J. Partenheimer and P. L. Strickland, Jr. (1965)
356 Rural Land Ownership and Use in Alabama–Howard A. Clonts and J.H. Yeager (1964)
355 Grain Movements in Alabama: Firms, Volumes, and Transportation Used–Wayne C. Curtis and Morris White (1964)
354 Procurement of Corn in Alabama–E. V. Smith (1964)
353 How Homemakers Select Foods–B. R. McManus and Morris White (1964)
352 Alabama Urban Homemakers and Milk Products–Ruth A. Hammett and J.H. Blackstone (1963)
351 Hog and Pork Movement in Alabama–D. A. Linton and M. J. Danner (1963)
350 Seasonal Variations in Prices of Selected Farm Commodities–Morris White and B. R McManus (1963)
349 Production and Marketing of Corn in Northern Alabama–B.R. McManus, Wayne C. Curtis, Morris White, J.T. Cope, Jr., and Gary D. Moore (1963)
348 Relationships of Marketing Methods to Costs of Assembling, Grading, and Packaging Table Eggs–Morris White (1963)
347 Coastal Bermuda Pastures Compared with Other Forages for Dairy Cows–G. H. Rollins, C. S. Hoveland, and K. M. Autrey (1963)
346 Effect of Seed Size on Vigor and Yield of Runner Peanut–Aubrey C. Mixon (1963)
345 Father-Son Farming-Resource Accumulation and Efficiency Aspects of Integration Family Farm Business Arrangement–Allen J. Brown and E. D. Chastin, Jr. (1963)
344 Effects of Deep Turning and Non-Dirting on Bunch and Runner Peanuts–Aubrey C. Mixon (1963)
343 Adaptability of Corporate Organization to Family Farm–W. Fred Woods and E. D Chastain, Jr. (1963)
342 Production-Consumption Interrelationships of Alabama Farm Family Businesses–Charles L. Maddox and E. D. Chastain, Jr. (1963)
341 Folded Garment Storage for Southern Farm Homes–Kathryn Philson (1962)
340 Vegetable Procurement by Wholesalers in Alabama–D. R. Street and E. E. Kern, Jr. (1962)
339 Aerial Photographic by Wholesalers in Alabama–D. R. Street and E. E. Kern, Jr. (1962)
338 Opportunities for and Limitations of Social and Economic Adjustments in an Alabama Rural County–Harold L. Nix (1962)
337 Nitrogen and Moisture Requirements of Coastal Bermuda and Pensacola Bahia–E. M. Evans, L. E. Ensminger (1961)
336 A Systematic Procedure for Determining Potent Independent Variables in multiple Regression and Discriminant Analysis–E. Fred Schultz, Jr., and James F. Goggans (1961)
335 Crimson Clover in Alabama–E. D. Donnelly and J. T. Cope, Jr. (1961)
334 Rural Housing Situation and Needs–Boyd B. Rose, James R. Hurst, and J. H. Yeager (1961)
333 Financing Rural Homes–James R. Hurst, Boyd B. Rose and J. H. Yeager (1961)
332 Management of Irrigated Cotton–Results of Cotton Irrigation Management Studies in Alabama–C.E. Scarsbrook, O. L. Bennett, L. J. Chapman, R. W. Pearson, and D. G. Sturkie (1961)
331 Producer Marketing Problems in Alabama’s Fluid Milk Industry–Lowell Wilson, J.H. Blackstone & Vernon L. Harness (1961)
330 Costs and Returns of Producing Runner Peanuts Southeastern Alabama–Jack S. Ross and J. H. Yeager (1960)
329 Planting Dates for Oats for Forage and Grain–F. S. McCain and Cooper King, Jr. (1960)
328 Bermudagrass for Forage in Alabama–C. S. Hovelan, C. C. King, E. M. Evans, R. R. Harris, and W. B. Anthony (1960)
327 Establishment Maintenance of White Clover Grass Pastures in Alabama–L.E. Ensminger and E. M. Evans (1960)
326 Corn Earworm Control in Sweet Corn in Alabama–W. G. Eden and Harold Yates (1960)
325 Rod Closet for Southern Farm Homes–Kathryn Philson (1960)
324 Potassium Requirements of Crops on Alabama Soils–R. D. Rouse (1960)
323 Marketing Poultry Meats in Alabama–Marketing Practices of Retail Food Stores in Non-Metropolitan Areas-Morris White (1960)
322 Residual Value of Phosphates–L. E. Ensminger (1960)
321 Meats and Eggs Preferred by Alabama Consumers–Mildred S. Van de Mark (1960)
320 Fertilizer Use and Practices by Alabama Farmers–J. H. Yeager, O. D. Belcher and H. G. Walkup (1960)
319 Problem Recognition in Agriculture Managerial Adjustment Opportunities–John E. Lee, Jr., and E.D.Chastain (1959)
318 Nutritive Qualities of Sericea Forage–George E. Hawkins (1959)
317 Southern Table Peas–C. L. Isbell (1959)
316 Agricultural Drought in Alabama–Henry S. Ward, C. H. M. Van Bavel, J. T. Cope, Jr., L. M. Ware, and Herman Bouwer (1959)
315 Marketing Cattle and Calves on Alabama Auction Markets–M. M. Danner & R.O. Russell (1959)
314 Marketing Truck Crops in Alabama–Edward E. Kern, Jr (1959)
313 Growth of Pine Plantations in Alabama’s Coastal Plain–James F. Goggans and E. Fred Schultz, Jr. (1958)
312 Sulfur in Relation to Soil Fertility–L. E. Ensminger (1958)
311 Household Use of Eggs in Gadsden, Alabama–Ruth A. Hammett and J.H Blackstone (1958)
310 Silage Making Costs and Practices–Report of A 1954-55. Study of Experiences of Farmers in Four Alabama Counties–Wade F. Gregory (1957)
309 Marketing Christmas Trees in Alabama–B. F. Alvord (1957)
308 Sources of Nitrogen for Cotton and Corn in Alabama–Scarsbrook and J. T. Cope, Jr. (1957)
307 Use of Dairy Products in the Anniston Market Area–Claire Frazier Jone and J. Homer Blackstone (1957)
306 Consumption of Poultry Products-Factors Affecting Use of Egg, Chicken, and Turkey in Alabama’s Piedmont–Mildred S. Van de Mark and Mary Elizabeth Prather (1957)
305 Boron Requirements of Crops in Alabama–John I. Wear (1957)
304 Southern Fusiform Rust-Some Factors Affectings Its Incidence in Alabama’s Coastal Plain Region–James F. Goggans (1957)
303 Farm Rental Arrangement in Alabama’s Piedmont–John L. Snare (1956)
302 Fertility Requirements of Runner Peanuts in Southeastern Alabama–C. E. Scarsbrook and J. R. Cope, Jr. (1956)
301 Response of Crops to Lime in Alabama–Fred Adams (1956)
300 Alfalfa Production in Alabama–D. G. Sturkie and Clarence M. Wilson (1956)
299 Photographic Determination of Pulpwood Volume in Rick Piles Storage Yards–Evert W. Johnson (1956)
298 Price Differentials for Slaughter Hogs in Alabama–Morris White (1955)
297 Production and Marketing of Cage-Land Eggs in Alabama–Charles K. Laurent (1955)
296 Economics of Pastures in Feeding Systems for Dairy Cows–Wade F. Gregory (1955)
295 Seasonal Variations in Prices Received by Alabama Farmers–Morris White and.J.H. Yeager (1955)
294 Merchandising Dairy Products in Alabama Retail Food Stores–E. K. Kirkwood and J. H. Blackstone (1955)
293 Production Practices of Commercials Egg Producer in Alabama– H. A. Henderson and J. Homer Blackstone (1955)
292 Factors Affecting Handling Costs of Cottonseed at Gins in Alabama–Fred B. Henderson (1954)
291 Marketing Practices of Commercial Egg Producers–H. A. Henderson (1954)
290 Costs and Return to Commercial Egg Producers–J. Home Blackstone and H. A. Henderson (1954)
289 Factors Affecting Germination of Runner Peanuts – J. Homer Blackstone, Henry S. Ward, Jr., J.L. Butt, I.F. Reed, & William F. McCreery (1954)
288 Production and Sale of Milk for Manufacture in Alabama’s Piedmont Area–J.H. Yeager (1953)
287 Cost and Returns to Alabama Milk Distributors–Sheldon W. Williams (1953)
286 Alabama Agriculture-Its Characteristics and Farming Area–Ben T. Lanham, Jr., J.H. Yeager & Ben F. Alvord (1953)
285 Alabama Cotton Mills-A Study of Requirements, Buying Procedures, and Practices–R. Wayne Robinson (1953)
284 Livestock Marketing Agencies in Alabama–M. J. Danner (1952)
283 Alabama Egg Industry–J. Homer Blackstone (1952)
282 Supplies an Use of Milk in Alabama–Sheldon W. Williams (1952)
281 How Alabama Farmers Buy and Sell Livestock–M. J. Danner (1952)
280 Studies of Organic Material for Vegetable Crops–L. M. Ware and W. A. Johnson 1951)
279 An Alabama Cooperative-As Farmers See and Use It–M. J. Danner (1950)
278 Marketing Practices and Facilities of Selected Buyers of Eggs in Alabama, 1947-1948–J. Homer Blackstone (1950)
277 Experiment with Oil Crops–D. G. Sturkie (1950)
276 Value of Irrigation with Different Fertility Treatments for Vegetable Crops–L. M. Ware and W. A. Johnson (1950)
275 Egg Production and Marketing Practices in Alabama–J. Homer Blackstone (1950)
274 Relationships and Dynamics of Balanced and Unbalanced Fish Populations–H. S. Swingle (1950)
273 Consumer Reactions to “Alayam” Breakfast Food–Ben T. Lanham (1950)
272 Consumer Reactions to Alayam “Snacks”–Ben T. Lanham (1950)
271 Consumer Reactions to Alayam “Alayam” Candy–Ben T. Lanham (1950)
270 Response of Crops to Various Phosphate Fertilizers–L. E. Ensminger (1950)
269 Fertilizer Studies with Vegetable Crops on Representative Soils in Alabama– L. M. Ware and W. A. Johnson (1950)
268 Phosphorus Studies with Vegetable Crops on Different Soils–L.M. Ware and W.A. Johnson (1949)
267 Effects of Lighting and Shading on Flowering of Certain Florist Crop Under Southern Conditions–E.W. McElwee (1949)
266 Improved Pastures and Grazing Crops for Increased Vitamin A Content of Milk and Butter–C.J. Koehn & W. D. Salmon (1948)
265 Cost of Producing Fluid Milk in Alabama–J. Homer Blackstone (1948)
264 Experiments on Pond Fertilization–H. S. Swingle (1947)
263 Effects of Some Environmental Factors on the Seed and Lint of Cotton–D. G. Sturkie (1947)
262 Fruit and Vegetable Concentration Markets in North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama–Author not Given (1947)
261 Types of Houses for Laying Hens–D.F. King, S.E. Gissendanner & R. C. Christoper (1947)
260 Farm Power and Equipment Costs in Northern Alabama–Ben Lanham, Jr.(1947)
259 The Detoxification of Cottonseed Meal for Hogs–W. E. Sewell (1943)
258 Prices Received by Alabama Farmers for Farms Products–J. N. Mahan and J. F. Marsh (1943)
257 A General Appraisal of the Livestock Industry in Southeastern States–W.N. McPherson (1942)
256 Increasing Incomes and Conserving Resources Resources on Cotton-Corn Farms in Marion County, Alabama–Ben T. Lanham, Jr., and W. F. Lagrene (1942)
255 Edible Soybeans–W. C. Sherman and H. R. Ablrecht (1942)
254 Management of Farm Fish Ponds–H. S. Swingle and E. V. Smith (1942)
253 Vetch Varieties for Soil Improvement and Seed Production in Alabama–H. R. Albrecht (1942)
252 Food Habits of Consumer Groups in Small Towns of Alabama that Affect Farmers’ Markets–J.H. Blackstone, and Buis T. Isman (1942)
251 Practical Dog Feeding–C. J. Koehn (1942)
250 Factors Influencing Alabama Agriculture–B. F. Alvord, M. A. Crossby and E. G. Schiffman (1941)
249 Farmer Cooperation in Northern Alabama–L. C. Salter and E. L. Morgan (1941)
248 Control of the Major Pest of the Satsuma Orange in South Alabama–G. F. Turnipseed and L. L. English (1940)
247 Rural Property Tax Problems in Alabama–C. M. Clark (1940)
246 Life History and Control of the Cowpea Curculio–F. S. Arant (1938)
245 Sheet Erosion Studies on Cecil Clay–G. E. Dineker and R. E. Yoder (1936)
244 A Study of the Uniformity of Soil Types and of the Fundamental Differences Between the Different Soils Series–Franklin L. Davis (1936)
243 Permanent Pastures Study on Upland Soils–S. L. Mayton (1935)
242 Farm Mortgage Loan Experience in Southeastern Alabama–E. M. Moreness (1935)
241 Dairy Refrigeration on Rural Electric Lines–E. C. Easter and N. L. Nichols (1934)
240 Factors Affecting Costs of Producing Pork in Southeastern Alabama–J. D. Pope & H. T. Wingate (1934)
239 The Use of Dry Skim Milk in Manufacturing Cultured Berttermilk–C. Wayne Smith, G C. Weed, C.C. King, G. A. Buchanan, L. A. Smith (1933)
238 Experiments with Commercial Nitrogenous Fertilizers–J. T. Tidmore and J. T. Williamson (1932)
237 Morphological, Greenhouse, and Chemical Studies of the Black Belt Soils of Alabama–G. D. Searseth (1932)
236 Factors Related to Income and Costs of Production on Farms in Marshall and DeKalb Counties in 1919-27-29–C. C. Carman (1932)
235 The Relation of Quality of Cotton to Prices Paid to Farmers in Alabama–J.D. Pope & C.M. Clark (1931)
234 Grading Up Hogs by the Use of Purebred Sires–J. C. Grimes, W B. Swell and W. C. Taylor (1930)
233 Oats with Vetch or Austran Peas as Grazing Crops for Fattening Hogs–J.C. Grimes, W.E. Sewell & W.C.Taylor (1930)
232 Experiments with Legumes in Alabama–R.X. Bailey, J.T. Williamson and J. F. Duggar (1930)
231 Steer Feeding Experiments in the Black Belt–J. C. Crimes (1930)
230 Biology and Control of the Southern Corn Rootworm–F. S. Arant (1929)
229 Methods of Research in Soil Dynamics as Applied to Implement Design–M.L. Nicholes (1929)
228 Fertilizers Experiments with Cotton–J. T. Williamson (1929)
227 The Influence of Various Nitrogenous Fertilizers on the Availability of Phosphorus and Potasium–M.F. Fudge (1928)
226 Growth Studies of the Pecan–C. I. Isbell (1928)
225 The Decomposition of Toxins by Soil Organisms–Wright A. Gardner (1928)
224 Peanutmeal as A Protein Supplement to Corn for Fattening Hogs in the Dry Lot–J.C. Crimes and W.D. Salmon (1924)
223 Peanuts for Fattening Hogs in the Dry Lot– J.C. Grimes and W.D. Salmon (1924)
222 A Simple Mineral Mixture for Fattening Pigs–W. D. Salmon and J. C. Crimes (1924)
221 Life History and Control of the Mexican Bean Beetle–F. L. Thomas (1924)
220 Harvesting and Storing Sweet Potatoes–J. C. C. Price (1923)
219 Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton–J. T. Williamson, M. J. Funchess (1923)
218 Poisonous Action of Red Buckeye on Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs and Fish–C.A. Cary
217 Use of Wooden Constructed Fire Heated Hot Beds for Production of Sweet Potatoes Plants–C.I. Isbell, W.D.Kimbrough (1922)
216 Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton–J. T. Williamson, M. J. Funchess (1923)
215 Comparison of Peanut Meal, Cotton Seed Meal Velvet Bean Meal, Amomium Sulface, and Nitrate Sods, as Fertilizer for Corn and Cotton–E. F. Cauthen (1921)
214 Summary of Investigation of Effects on Tile Drain in the Lime or Action of Alabama–L. S. Jones (1920)
213 Improving the Quality of Peanut Fed Hogs by Finishing in Dry Lot Corn Tankage, Corn and Cottonseed Meal, Corn and Velvet Beans–G. S. Templeton (1920)
212 Poisoning the Boll Weevil–W. E. Hinds and F. L. Thomas (1920)
211 The Grape–E. F. Cauthan and J. T. Williamson (1920)
210 Time of Applying Nitrate of Soda To Corn–E. F. Cauthen and J. T. Williamson (1920)
209 Time of Applying Nitrate of Soda to Cotton–E. F. Cauthen and J. T. Williamson (1920)
208 Comparison of Peanut Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Velvet Bean Meal, Ammonium Sulphate, and Nitrate of Soda, as Fertilizers for Corn and Cotton–C. F. Cauthen (1919)
207 Local Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton in South Alabama, 1914-1918–J. T. Williamson and J. F. Duggar (1918)
206 Grazing Peanuts with Hogs Versus Marketing A Crop of Peanuts–G. S. Tampleton (1918)
205 Variety Test of Wheat–E. F. Cauthen (1918)
204 The Destruction of Vanillin in the Soil By the Action of Sosil Bacteria–W. J. Robbins and A. E. Elizando (1918)
203 Soybeans in Alabama–E. F. Cauthen (1918)
202 Growing Soybeans in Alabama–E. F. Cauthen (1918)
201 The Development of Soluble Manganese in Acid as Influenced by Certain Nitrogenous Fertilizers–M.J.Funchess (1918)
200 Test of Varieties of Corn at Auburn–E. F. Cauthen (1918)
199 Report on Freeze Injury to Citrus Trees for 1916 and 1917 with Notes on Orange Cultural in South Alabama–O. F. E. Winberg, G. C. Starcher and C. I. Isbell (1918)
198 Part I. Velvet Beans Compared with Cottonseed Meal for Fattening Steers (1917)
197 Harvesting and Storing Sweet Potatoes–J. C. C. Price (1917)
196 The Nitritifation of Pyridine, Quinoline Cuanidine Carbonate etc. in Soil–M.J. Funchess (1917)
195 The Cause of the Disappearance of Cumarin, Vanillin, Pyridine and Quinoline in the Soil–W.J. Robbins (1917)
194 Growing Peanuts in Alabama–J. F. Duggar, E. F. Cauthen, J. T. Williamson, and O. H. Sellers (1917)
193 Test of Varieties and Fertilizers–J.F. Duggar, E.F. Cauthan, J.T. Williamson & O.H. Seller (1917)
192 Cottonseed Meal Compound with Velvet Beans for Fattening Steers–F. S. Templeton E. Gibbins (1916)
191 The Effects of Certain Organic Compounds on Plant Growth–M. J. Funchess (1916)
190 Citrum Canker–F. A. Wolf (1916)
189 Wilt Resistant Varieties of Cotton–E. F. Cauthen (1916)
188 Boll Weevil in Alabama–W. E. Hinds (1916)
187 Cabbage–J. C. Price and G. V. Stelvermuller (1916)
186 The Grace Worm of Fall Army Worm–W. E. Hinds an J. A. Drew (1915)
185 Dipping Vat for Hogs and Dipe for Hogworms Lice and Mange Hog Lots, Houses and Water Supply–C.A. Cary (1915)
184 Local Fertilizer Experiments with Sweet Potatoes–J. F. Duggar and J. T. Williamson (1915)
183 Irish Potatoes–J. C. C. Price (1915)
182 Local Fertilizer Experiment with Corn in North Alabama in 1911-12-13-14–J.F. Duggar and J.T. Williamson (1914)
181 Local Fertilizer Experiment with Corn in South Alabama 1911-12-13-14–Author not Given (1914)
180 Leaf Spot and Some Fruit Rots of Peanuts–Frederick A. Wolf (1914)
179 Wheat in Alabama–J. F. Duggar and E. F. Cauthen (1914)
178 Boll Weevil Effect Upon Cotton Production–W. E. Hinds (1914)
177 Raising and Fattening Beef Calves in Alabama–Dan T. Gray and W. F. Ward (1914)
176 Reducing Insect Injury to Stored Corn–W. E. Hinds (1914)
175 Local Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton in North Alabama 1913–J. T. Williamson and L. J. Hawley (1914)
174 Local Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton in South Alabama in 1913–J.F. Duggar, J.T. Williams and L.J. Hawley (1913)
173 Oats: Experiment on Culture, Varieties, and Fertilization–J. F. Duggar and E. F. Cauthen (1913)
172 Black Spot of Roses–F.A. Wolf
171 The Biology of Life History of the Cattle Tick as Determined at Auburn, Ala–C.A. Cary (1913) (not available)
170 Local Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton in North Alabama in 1912–J.F. Duggar, J.T. Williamson and L.J. Hawley (1913) (not available)
169 Local Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton in South Alabama in 1912–J.F. Dugar, J.T. Williamson and L.J. Hawley
168 Fattening Hogs in Alabama–D.T. Gray, L.W. Summers, and L.W. Shook (not available)
167 Wintering Pregnant Ewes–Dan T. Gray and L. W. Shook (1912)
166 Curing Most on the Farm–Dan T. Gray and L. W. Summers (1912) (not available)
165 Southern Bur Clover–E. F. Cauthen (1912) (not available)
164 Cotton Worm or Caterpillar–W. E. Hinds (1912)
163 Steer Feeding in Alabama–W. F. Ward (1911)
162 Local Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton in North Alabama in 1911–J.F. Duggar, J.T. Williamson, L.L. Glover and E. Hodson (1912)
161 Lime for Alabama Soils–J. F. Duggar and J. J. Funchess (1911)
160 Local Fertilizers Experiments with Cotton in South Alabama in 1911–J.F. Duggar, J.T. Williamson, L.L. Glover and E. Hodson (1911)
159 Heading Off Boll Weevil Panic–W. E. Hinds (1912)
158 Fattening Beef Calves in Alabama– Dan T. Gray and W. F. Ward (1911)
157 The Satsuma Orange–P. F. Williams (1911)
156 Peach Growing in Alabama–P. F. Williams and J. C. Price (1911)
155 The Pecan in Alabama–P. F. Williams (1911)
154 Corn, Soybean Pasture, Tankege, Cotton Seed Meal for Fattening Hogs– D.T. Gray, J.W. Ridgeway and E.R. Eudely (1911)
153 Experiment with Cotton–J. F. Duggar (1911)
152 Self Boiled Lime Sulfur and Its Use–P.F. Williams and J. C. Price (1911)
151 1. Wintering Steers in Alabama (1910)
150 Raising Beef Cattle in Alabama–Don T. Gray and W. F. Ward (1910)
149 Tests of Varieties of Cotton in 1909–J. F. Duggar and E. F. Cauthan (1910)
148 1. Raising Lambs in Alabama–Maintenance Rations for Ewes (1909)
147 Crimson Clover–J. F. Duggar (1909)
146 Facing the Boll Weevil Problem in Alabama–W. E. Hinds (1909)
145 Local Fertilizer Experiment with Cotton in 1895-’96-’97-’98–J.F. Duggar (1909)
144 San Jose Scale and Lime-Sulfur Wash–W. E. Hinds (1909)
143 Feeds Supplementary to Corn for Southern Pork Production–Dan T. Gray, J. F. Duggar and J. W. Tidgway (1908)
142 Corn Breeding in Alabama–E. Mead Wilcox (1908)
141 Texas or Tick Fever–C. A. Cary (1907)
140 Descriptions and Classification of Varieties of American Upland Cotton–J. F. Duggar (1907)
139 Injurious Insects and Their Control–Warren T. Clarke (1907)
138 Variety Test with Cotton and Corn: Williamson Method of Corn Culture–J. F. Duggar and L. N. Duncan (1906)
137 Experiments with Oats–J. F. Duggar (1906)
136 Chicken Pox or Sore-Head in Poultry–C. A. Cary (1906)
135 Diseases of Sweet Potatoes in Alabama–E. Mead Wilcox (1906)
134 Corn Culture–J. F. Duggar (1905)
133 The Manufacture of Cane Syrup–B. B. Ross (1905)
132 Diseases of the Apple, Cherry, Peach, Pear and Plum with Methods of Treatment–E. M. Wilcox (1905)
131 Cooperative Fertilizers Experiments with Cotton in 1901-02-03-04–J. F. Duggar (1905)
130 Tests of Varieties of Cotton in 1904–J. F. Duggar (1905)
129 The Mexican Cotton Boll Weevil–E. M. Wilcox (1904)
128 Feeding and Grazing Experiments with Beef Cattle–J. F. Duggar (1904)
127 Alfalfa in Alabama–J. E. Duggar (1904)
126 A Leaf-Curl Disease of Oaks–E. Mead Wilcox (not available)
125 Some Diseases of Cattle–C. A. Cary and F. G. Mathews (1903)
124 Notes on Some of the Insects and Fungus Diseases Affecting Horticulture Crops–R. S. Mackintosh (1903)
123 Vetch, Cowpea, and Soybean Hay as Substitutes for Wheat Bran–J. F. Duggar (1903)
122 Grazing and Feeding Experiments with Pigs–J. F. Duggar (1903)
121 Dairy Herd Record and Creamy Notes–R. W. Clark (1902)
120 The Cowpea and the Velvet Bean as Fertilizers–J. F. Duggar (1902)
119 The Flora of the Metamorphic Region of Alabama–F. S. Earle (1902)
118 Cowpea Culture–J. F. Duggar (1902)
117 Orchard Notes–C. F. Austin (1901)
116 Texas or Acclimation Fever–C. A. Cary (1901)
115 Commercial Fertilizers–JAS. T. Anderson (1901) (not available)
114 Feeding Experiments with Dairy Cows–J. F. Duggar and R. W. Clark (1901)
113 Cooperative Experiments with Cotton in 1889 and 1900–J. F. Duggar (1901)
112 Orchard Notes–F. S. Earle (1900)
111 Corn Culture–J. F. Duggar (1900)
110 Grapes–F. S. Earle (1900)
109 Strawberries–F. S. Earle (1900)
108 Tomatoes–F. S. Earle (1900)
107 Results of Experiments on Cotton in Alabama (1899)
106 Orchard Notes–F. S. Earle (1899)
105 Winter Pastures, Hay and Fertility Afforded by Hairy Vetch–J.F. Duggar (1899)
104 Velvet Beans — J.F. Duggar (1899)
103 Experiments in Syrup Making–B. B. Ross (1899)
102 Cooperative Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton in 1898–J. F. Duggar (1899)
101 Experiment With Cotton in 1899–J. F. Duggar (1899)
100 Lawns-Pastures and Hay–P. H. Mell (1898)
99 Cotton Rust–F. S. Earle (1898)
98 Orchard Notes–F. S. Earle (1898)
97 Dairy and Milk Inspection–C. A. Cary (1898)
96 Experiments with Crimson Clover and Hairy Vetch–J. F. Duggar (1898)
95 Experiments with Oats–J. F. Duggar (1898)
94 Strawberries– J. F. Duggar (1898)
93 Peanuts, Cowpeas and Sweet Potatoes As Food for Pigs–J.F. Dugar (1898)
92 Experiments with Lime on Acid Soils–F. S. Earle and A. W. Orr (1898)
91 Cooperative Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton in 1897–J. F. Duggar (1898)
90 Peach Tree Borer–Fruit Bark Beetle–C. F. Baker (1898)
89 Experiments with Cotton–J. F. Duggar (1898)
88 Experiments with Corn–J. F. Duggar (1897)
87 Soil Inoculation for Leguminous Plants–J. F. Duggar (1897)
86 (I) More About the San Jose Scale, (II) A Sweet Potatoes Pest, (III) Regarding Carbon Bisulfid, (IV) Insecticides and Pumps in General–C. F. Baker (1897)
85 Japanese Plums–F. S. Earle (1897)
84 Turnips–F. S. Earle (1897)
83 Hybrids from American and Foreign Cottons–P. H. Mell (1897)
82 Corn, Cow Peas and Wheat-Bran for Fattening Pigs–J. F. Duggar (1897)
81 Meat Inspection–C.A. Cary (1897)
80 A Preliminary List of Alabama Fungi–L. M. Underwood and F. S. Earle (1897)
79 Some Horticultural Suggestion–F. S. Earle (1897)
78 Cooperative Fertilizers Experiment with Cotton in 1896 (1897)
77 San Jose Scale: A Warning to the Fruit Growers of Alabama, and Some Other Insect Pests–C. F. Baker (1897)
76 Experiments with Cotton–J. F. Duggar (1897)
75 Experiments with Corn– J. F. Duggar (1896)
74 Flour Considered from the Standpoint of Nutrition–L. M. Underwood (1896)
73 Edible Fungi: A Wasted Food Product–L.M. Underwood (1896) (not available)
72 A Study of Skin Tumors of Horses and Mules–S. L. Coleman (1896)
71 Experiment with Foreign Cotton–P. H. Mell (not available)
70 The Flora of Alabama Pt. V–P. H. Mell (1896)
69 Treatment of Some Fungus Diseases–L. W. Underwood and F. S. Earle (1896)
68 Pig Feeding Experiments–C. A. Cary (not available)
67 Bovine Tuberculosis–C. A. Cary (not available)
66 Cane Syrup–B. B. Ross (1895)
65 Cooperative Seed Tests–Alex J. Bondurant (1895)
64 Tobacco–Alex J. Bondurant (1895)
63 Fertilizers-Commercial and Domestic–B. B. Ross (not available)
62 Corn and Cotton–Alex J. Bondurant (not available)
61 Insects Injurious to Stored Grain–J.M. Stedman (not available)
60 Experiments on Foreign Seeds–P.H. Mell (not available)
59 Cooperative Soil Tests of Corn–A.J. Bondurant (not available)
58 Paris Green: Composition and Adulterations–B.B. Ross (1894) (not available)
57 Fertilizers Required by Cotton as Determined by the Analysis of the Plant–J.T. Anderson (1894) (not available)
56 Experiments in Crossing for the Purpose of Improving the Cotton Fibre–P.H. Mell (1894) (not available)
55 A New Disease of Cotton; Cotton Boll Rot–J.M. Stedman (1894) (not available)
54 Tobacco–A.J. Bondurant (1894) (not available)
53 A New Milk or Water Sterilizer–C.A. Cary (1894) (not available)
52 Corn and Cotton–A.J. Bondurant (1894) (not available)
51 Vegetables–A.J. Bondurant (1893) (not available)
50 Fruit Tree Blight in General–J.M. Stedman (1893)
49 Varieties of Wheat and Grasses–A.J. Bondurant and James Clayton (1893)
48 The Effect of Organic Matter on Natural Phosphates; Commercial Fertilizers–N.T. Lupton (1893) not available
47 Fruits–A.J. Bondurant and James Clayton (1893)
46 Rye vs. Ensilage–A.J. Bondurant and A.F. Cory (1893)
45 Injurious and Beneficial Insects–J.M. Stedman (1893)
44 Tobacco plant–A.J. Bondurant (1893)
43 Eye Diseases of Domestic Animals–C.A. Cary (1893)
42 Co-operative Soil Test Experiments–A.J. Bondurant and James Clayton (1893)
41 Some Diseases of Cotton–Geo F. Atkinson (1892)
40 Cotton Experiments–A.J. Bondurant and JAS. Clayton (1893)
39 Wheat–A.J. Bondurant and JAS. Clayton (1892)
38 Fertilizers–N.T. Lupton (1892)
37 Tobacco–A.J. Bondurant (1892)
36 Some Leaf Blights of Cotton–Geo F. Atkinson (1892)
35 Glanders–C.A. Cary (1892)
34 Cooperative Soil Test Experiments for 1891 (1892)
33 Cotton–J.S. Newman and JAS. Clayton (1891)
32 Corn, Wheat and Oats–J.S. Newman and JAS. Clayton (1891)
31 Irish and Sweet Potatoes–J.S. Newman and JAS. Clayton (1891)
30 Apples, Pears, Peaches and Plums–J.S. Newman (1891)
29 Grapes, Raspberries and Strawberries–J.S. Newman and JAS. Clayton (1891)
28 Watermelons and Cantaloupes–J.S. Newman and JAS. Clayton (1891)
27 Black Rust of Cotton–G.F. Atkinson (1891)
26 Commercial Fertilizer–N.T. Lupton (1891) NEW SERIES
25 Effect on Butter by Feeding Cotton Seed and Cotton Seed Meal–N.T. Lupton (1891) NEW SERIES
24 Dairying and Breeding–Isaac Ross (1891)
23 Cooperative Soil Tests of Fertilizers–J.S. Newman (1891) NEW SERIES
22 Experiments with Cotton–J.S. Newman and JAS Clayton (1891)
21 A New Root Rot Disease of Cotton–Geo F. Atkinson 
20 Small Fruits, Melons and Vegetables–J.S. Newman and JAS Clayton (1890)
19 Roads and Road Making–J.H. Lane (1890) NEW SERIES
18 Climatology of Alabama–P.H. Mell (1890) NEW SERIES
17 Dry Application of Paris Green and London Purple for the Cotton Worm–Geo F. Atkinson (1890) NEW SERIES
16 Corn, Cotton, Rye, Chufas–J.S. Newman (1890) NEW SERIES
15 Insecticides–Geo F. Atkinson (1890) NEW SERIES
14 Pea Vines as a Fertilizer–N.T. Lupton (1890) NEW SERIES
13 Microscopic Study of Certain Varieties of Cotton–P.N. Mell (1890) NEW SERIES
12 Cooperative Soil Tests (1890) NEW SERIES
11 Peaches and Plums (1890) NEW SERIES
10 Grape Culture (1890) NEW SERIES
9 Biology-Nematode Root-Galls (1889) NEW SERIES
8 Commercial Fertilizers (1889) NEW SERIES
7 Report of Agricultural Experiment Station (1890) CANEBRAKE SERIES
Cotton, Corn, Peas, Melilotus (1890)
6 Report of Agricultural Experiment Station (1889) NEW SERIES
Grasses and Their Cultivation 1889
5 Report of Agricultural Experiment Station (1889) NEW SERIES 1889
Cotton–Experiments with Fertilizers
Experiments with Varieties
Experiments on Different Soils
Pigs–Feeding for Pork
Cattle–Description of Barn and Dairy–Feeding for Butter
Analyses–of Fertilizers, Soils and Feed Stuffs
Meteorology–Temperature of Soil at Different Depths; Atmospheric Conditions; Rainfall, etc.
4 Report of Agricultural Experiment Station (1889) NEW SERIES
Strawberry Culture
Grape Culture and Pruning
Raspberry Culture 1889
3 Report of Agricultural Experiment Station (1889) NEW SERIES (not available)
Report of Experiments with Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Ground Peas, Turnips & Grapes
Analysis of Fertilizers, Soils, Etc.
Woods of Alabama
2 Report of Agricultural Experiment Station (1888) NEW SERIES 1888
1 Report of Agricultural Experiment Station (1888) NEW SERIES 1888

During its first five years, the experiment station furnished articles on research for publication in 32 bulletins issued by the department of agriculture. Four different series of bulletins were issued during that period (1883-1888), each beginning with number one. (From “Inside Ag Hill” by Joe Yeager and Gene Stevenson)


1-10 (1883-1885)
1-9 (1885-1887) SECOND SERIES
1-8 for 1887
1-5 for 1888
These early publications issued before the passage of the “Hatch Act,” are rare and mostly out of print; this is partly due to the burning of the college building in 1887, which destroyed many of the files. The present volume commences the series issued under the Hatch fund.


This series reported on research conducted at the Canebrake Experiment Station, a so-called branch station located near Uniontown that had been established and funded by the Alabama Legislature and which was headed W.H. Newman, son of the Auburn Experiment Station director. The Auburn Station severed its ties with the politically troublesome Canebrake Station in 1890. (from Inside Ag Hill, written by Joe Yeager and Gene Stevenson)