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  • ped (2014)
    Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County on 2 14 What Are the Advantages of Using Artificial Insemination AI in Your Livestock Breeding Program by Wilkes County on 12 5 Does Your Lawn or Garden Need Lime by Pender County on 1 25 The Value of Respect by Hoke County on 2 10 Advantages of Crop Rotation by Wilkes County on 12 16 New Edition of Extension Gardener Posted by Extension Gardener Portal on 12 2 Food Processing and Manufacturing Initiative by NC Cooperative Extension on 1 13 Plant Sciences Initiative by NC Cooperative Extension on 1 13 When is the Best Time to Use Weed and Feed Fertilizers by Wilkes County on 3 12 Looking for an Extension Publication

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  • test (2013)
    H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County on 2 14 What Are the Advantages of Using Artificial Insemination AI in Your Livestock Breeding Program by Wilkes County on 12 5 Does Your Lawn or Garden Need Lime by Pender County on 1 25 The Value of Respect by Hoke County on 2 10 Advantages of Crop Rotation by Wilkes County on 12 16 New Edition of Extension Gardener Posted by Extension Gardener Portal on 12 2 Food Processing and Manufacturing Initiative by NC Cooperative Extension on 1 13 Plant Sciences Initiative by

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  • pigs
    Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County on 2 14 What Are the Advantages of Using Artificial Insemination AI in Your Livestock Breeding Program by Wilkes County on 12 5 Does Your Lawn or Garden Need Lime by Pender County on 1 25 The Value of Respect by Hoke County on 2 10 Advantages of Crop Rotation by Wilkes County on 12 16 New Edition of Extension Gardener Posted by Extension Gardener Portal on 12 2 Food Processing and Manufacturing Initiative by NC Cooperative Extension on 1 13 Plant Sciences Initiative by NC Cooperative Extension on 1 13 When is the Best Time to Use Weed and Feed Fertilizers by Wilkes County on 3 12 Looking for an Extension Publication or

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  • farmers market
    Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County on 2 14 What Are the Advantages of Using Artificial Insemination AI in Your Livestock Breeding Program by Wilkes County on 12 5 Does Your Lawn or Garden Need Lime by Pender County on 1 25 The Value of Respect by Hoke County on 2 10 Advantages of Crop Rotation by Wilkes County on 12 16 New Edition of Extension Gardener Posted by Extension Gardener Portal on 12 2 Food Processing and Manufacturing Initiative by NC Cooperative Extension on 1 13 Plant Sciences Initiative by NC Cooperative Extension on 1 13 When is the Best Time to Use Weed and Feed Fertilizers by Wilkes County on 3 12

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  • farm
    Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County on 2 14 What Are the Advantages of Using Artificial Insemination AI in Your Livestock Breeding Program by Wilkes County on 12 5 Does Your Lawn or Garden Need Lime by Pender County on 1 25 The Value of Respect by Hoke County on 2 10 Advantages of Crop Rotation by Wilkes County on 12 16 New Edition of Extension Gardener Posted by Extension Gardener Portal on 12 2 Food Processing and Manufacturing Initiative by NC Cooperative Extension on 1 13 Plant Sciences Initiative by NC Cooperative Extension on 1 13 When is the Best Time to Use Weed and Feed Fertilizers by Wilkes County on 3 12 Looking for an Extension

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  • Sampson County Center | Page 4
    a bit odd to talk about summer grazing in January but good grazing plans means prior planning Livestock producers and horse owners who use summer annuals for grazing and or MORE Posted 1 29 15 How To Develop a Marketing Risk Plan For Your Farm Managing marketing risk begins with a marketing plan A marketing plan is the way you have decided you will market your production after evaluating your options and deciding what will be the best MORE Posted 1 22 15 Warm Up To Winter Activity If you think walking stops when it gets cold think again Here s what you need to walk smart all winter long whether you re walking in your neighborhood or around town on errands Smart MORE Posted 1 20 15 Chance to Grow More Wheat Tillers Late January to early February is the time to determine if the wheat crop has enough tillers to optimize yield This is a very important decision Apply N in January or February only MORE Posted 1 16 15 Feeding the world after 2050 Article retrieved and submitted by Max Knowles Article was found at porknetwork com Written by Nicole Pierrson Rasul Ohio State University By 2050 the world s population will reach 9 to 9 5 billion and by MORE Posted 1 15 15 Ways To Boost Your Immune System For Defense Against The Flu Immune boosting foods can improve your ability to ward off the flu and other health problems according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Even a small nutritional deficiency can affect the body s ability MORE Posted 1 12 15 Protect The Ones You Love Every parent wants to protect their children from harm and to keep them safe We don t want children to suffer any pain whether it s from a common cold or broken bone In an MORE Posted 1 5 15 Eat From The Rainbow Fruits and veggies are very good for you They have no cholesterol and little saturated fat which makes them great for your heart So eat your fruits and veggies and aim for 5 9 MORE Posted 12 30 14 Care For Popular Christmas Gift Plants Whether party decoration or party gifts after the holidays do you find yourself with a few more houseplants but no care instructions Care tips can be simple and included into your routine of MORE Posted 12 23 14 Previous Page Next Page Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton

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  • Controlling Carbohydrates
    consider your options Late summer is prime harvest time at many farmers markets That s a great time to move away from foods that are less healthy and calorie dense and move toward a nutritious diet based on a wide variety of minimally processed vegetables fruits whole grains beans legumes nuts and other plant foods Eating farmers market foods at the peak of ripeness and freshness is a good way to recognize that a healthy diet can coincide with eating fulfilling meals and snacks Turn produce from your local farmers market into a meal with different recipes Information resource from Mayo Clinic Health Letter For more information contact Lethia Lee EFNEP Assistant with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service at 910 592 7161 Written By Lethia Lee EFNEP Program Assistant 910 592 7161 lethia lee ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Oct 26 2015 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Health Nutrition on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden Soil Water Air Sampson County Center 55 Agriculture Pl Clinton NC 28328 Map 910 592 7161 910 592 9513 fax Office Hours 8 5 Mon Fri Explore more content from North Carolina Cooperative Extension Tweets from our team Tweets by ncce news Visit one of our other sites Ag BioTech 4 H FFA Shelton Leadership Travel Program Advisory Leadership System Agriculture Natural Resources Community and Rural Development Blackberry Raspberry Information Blueberries Christmas Trees Community Development Community Gardens Cotton Cut Flowers Entomology Insect Biology and Management Equine Husbandry Extension Forestry Extension Gardener Extension Plant Pathology Families Family Consumer Sciences Program Food Safety Gardening Growing Small Farms Healthy Homes Home Energy Conservation Horticulture Integrated Pest Management Local Food Meat Goats Military Outreach Muscadine Grapes NC AgVentures NC Choices NC Cooperative Extension Centennial NC Disaster Information Center NC Farm School NC Fresh Produce Safety NC Pesticide Safety Education NC Steps to Health North Carolina Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program Organic Grains Peach Growers Information Poinsettias Poultry 4 H Youth Poultry Extension Soil Science Extension Soybeans Spotted Wing Drosophila Strawberry Growers Information Therapeutic Horticulture Tobacco Growers Information Tourism Extension Find Someone in Our Directory Search by Name County or Dept Search NC State s directory Search NC A T s directory Have a question Maybe One of our Experts can help Ask an Expert What s Popular This Month Pruning Knock Out Roses by Guilford County on 2 7 Energy Tax Credits for Home Improvements Improve Your Home AND Your Utility Bills by Home Energy Conservation Portal on 6 3 How Do I Prune Crape Myrtle by Pender County on 2 14 What Are the Advantages

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  • Potential for Nitrate Issues
    0 65 nitrate ion on a dry matter basis There are ways to manage around nitrate situations First no matter what the source do not over apply nitrogen Apply at agronomic rates Second be aware that certain crops under adverse weather conditions are more susceptible to nitrate accumulation Plan grazing and mowing schedules accordingly if at all possible You may also consider planting forages with a relative lower risk of nitrate accumulation Third have your forage source analyzed for nitrate content You can then feed based on a known level of nitrate It is also advisable to check the water source for nitrate levels Cattle will adapt to higher levels of nitrate over time Once acclimated slightly higher levels can be fed safely You may have heard of producers losing animals to nitrate poisoning from hay that was pumped on or had litter put on it While it is possible the use of these fertilizer sources does not automatically result in high nitrate levels If used properly meaning at agronomic rates these sources are no more likely to cause high levels than commercial sources Additionally if used in excess or at the wrong time commercial sources are just as likely to cause a nitrate problem Be safe and have the forage tested Even at recommended rates any nitrogen containing fertilizer can cause a nitrate situation in forage Currently a complete analysis from NCDA CS only costs ten dollars per sample Typically you can have the results back in a week to ten days Why do I recommend a complete analysis The results will provide you with information such as crude protein total digestible nutrients and mineral levels that you can then use to make sure you are meeting the nutritional needs of your herd flock or horse You can then choose the necessary supplementation if your hay does not meet their requirements In some cases you may even find that you are supplementing too much or that you don t need to at all There is a box on the form to request extension help if you need some help with interpretation of the results We can even help determine what supplementation is needed and the best way to provide it All you have to do is call the office Paul Gonzalez is an Extension Agent specializing in livestock with the Sampson County Extension Center Written By Paul Gonzalez Extension Agent Agriculture Livestock 910 592 7161 paul gonzalez ncsu edu Sampson County North Carolina Posted on Oct 8 2015 Was the information on this page helpful Yes No Care to tell us why Send Explanation Do You Recommend This Article Tweet Find more stories like Animal Agriculture on Sampson County Center or checkout all the other tags we use Topic Categories and Standalone Pages 4 H Youth Development Agriculture Food Animal Agriculture Aquaculture Commercial Horticulture Nursery Turf Farm Health Safety Field Crops Food Safety Processing Local Foods Pest Management Specialty Crops Community Forest Resources Health Nutrition Home Family Lawn Garden

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