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Eat Safe After a Power Outage

With Hurricane Florence setting her sights on North Carolina, a power outage may be inevitable in your community and …

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Grilling and Summer Go Hand-in-Hand

It wouldn’t be summer without cooking out on the grill, but FodSafety.gov says that foodborne illnesses increase during the …

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Figure 1. Properly identify plant material by genus and species.

Suggested Good Agricultural and Collection Practices for North Carolina Medicinal Herbs

This publication provides introductory information about growing and wild-harvesting medicinal herbs in North Carolina. The …

2 weeks ago

Determining Peanut Pod Maturity and Estimating the Optimum Digging Date

This profile board will help farmers and consultants determine when peanuts should be dug.

9/19/18

Managing Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus in Peanuts in North Carolina and Virginia

This publication will help you select and implement practices that minimize damage from TSWV, tomato …

9/19/18

Ideas for "No-Cook" Food Bags

In preparation for an emergency, keep the following food items that do not need refrigeration …

Foods That Require No Cooking

This publication covers a variety of foods that can be prepared even if there is …

Meal Preparation and Food Safety After a Power Failure

After a power failure, you might not have heat, refrigeration, or water. This publication explains …

A Guide to Price-Risk Management in Grain Marketing for North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia

This guide summarizes marketing options for grain and soybean growers and explains how to use …

8/29/18

Tobacco (Flue-Cured and Burley)

How to manage pesticides to control insects, diseases, weeds, and other crop pests of flue-cured …