Pick up know-how for tackling diseases, pests and weeds.
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Find tactics for healthy livestock and sound forages.
Scheduling and methods of irrigation.
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Commercial row crop production in Arkansas.
Agriculture weed management resources.
Use virtual and real tools to improve critical calculations for farms and ranches.
Learn to ID forages and more.
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Get the latest research results from our county agents.
Our programs include aquaculture, diagnostics, and energy conservation.
Keep our food, fiber and fuel supplies safe from disaster.
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Specialty crops including turfgrass, vegetables, fruits, and ornamentals.
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Creating beauty in and around the home.
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Featured trees, vines, shrubs and flowers.
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Enjoying the sweet fruits of your labor.
Herbs, native plants, & reference desk QA.
Growing together from youth to maturity.
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Grow a pollinator-friendly garden.
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Preserving water quality and quantity.
Cleaner air for healthier living.
Firewood & bioenergy resources.
Managing a complex forest ecosystem.
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Learn to manage wildlife on your land.
Soil quality and its use here in Arkansas.
Learn to ID unwanted plant and animal visitors.
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Eating right and staying healthy.
Ensuring safe meals.
Take charge of your well-being.
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Making the most of your money.
Making sound choices for families and ourselves.
Nurturing our future.
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Understanding aging and its effects.
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