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ANR-1427-A
6 Simple Steps to Successfully Submit a Pond Water Sample

Periodically lakes and ponds require liming to maintain alkalinity levels. Testing a water sample is a convenient method to determine current total alkalinity and total hardness levels and determin ...



ANR-1427
8 Simple Steps to Successfully Submit a Pond Weed Sample
Need help identifying a weed in your pond? This brochure will show you how to gather a sample to send to your county Extension office for assistance. Fill in your information online, print, and send w ...


ANR-2130
Alabama Aquatic Nuisance Species Series: Amazonian Apple Snail
This publication summarizes the basic biology of the Amazonian apple snail (Pomacea maculate), provides means of identification, summarizes the likely method of introduction and the impacts ...

Price: $2.00

ANR-2079
Alabama Aquatic Nuisance Species Series: Venomous Lionfish
This publication summarizes the basic biology of the venomous lionfish, (Pterois volitans and P. miles), provides means of identification, summarizes the likely method of introduction and the impacts ...

Price: $1.00

ANR-0833
Alabama Seafood Facts
Gulf of Mexico fishermen harvest many species of seafood. The four most economically valuable forms landed in Alabama are shrimp, blue crabs, oysters, and fish. Alabama seafood processors, in turn ...

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ANR-1299
Aquaculture of Bait Shrimp on the Gulf Coast
There are three native species of penaeid shrimp in the Gulf Coast region, vital to both the food shrimp industry and the recreational/sport fishing industry. Technical and economic factors limit live ...

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ANR-1030
Aquacultured Oysters: Inspection, Quality, Handling, Storage, Safety
Archaeologists investigate oyster shell middens (piles of shucked oyster shells) to learn more about America’s earliest human inhabitants. Pottery and other artifacts found in middens provide evid ...

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ANR-1108
Aquatic Nuisance Species In Alabama
Once introduced into a body of water, aquatic nuisance species are very difficult, if not impossible, to control. Prevention, therefore, is the first line of defense.

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ANR-2114
Aquatic Resources Programs and People
The Aquatic Resources Program provides science-based Extension programming in the areas of aquaculture, private pond and lake management, coastal resources, commercial and recreational fisheries, aqua ...

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ANR-1172
Ballast Water Management Poster

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