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IPM-1293
Safety - Alabama Pest Management Handbook 2017
Pesticide applicator safety procedures including protective clothing, equipment safety, and reentry information is reviewed in this publication.


ANR-1263
1993 Farm Injury Data: An Insight in Preventing Future Incidents
Knowledge of incident prevalence by category can be vital in preparing safety programs and reducing future incidents. This publication is a compilation of statistics about farm injuries in 1993 and in ...


CRD-0067-C
Alabama Farm*A*Syst: Pesticide Management Practices in Agriculture
Regular reviews can provide users/applicators with updates on government regulations or label changes that may affect the use and handling of particular pesticides from one year to the next. Failure ...

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ANR-0889
Calibrating Poultry Litter Spreaders
Alabama produces more than 1.7 million tons of poultry broiler litter annually. Most of this is spread as fertilizer on cropland and forages. Poultry broiler litter is typically about a 3-3-2 ferti ...

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ANR-0925
Calibrating Traveling Guns for Slurry Irrigation
Waste storage ponds are used on many dairy, swine, and poultry layer farms. Storage pond slurry can be an effective part of the waste management plan. The proper procedure for calibrating traveling gu ...


ANR-1261
Combating the Dangers of Electrical Shock on the Farm
Overhead electrical wires and improperly grounded electrical equipment are the two primary risks of electrical shock on the farm. This publication provides 12 electrical safety rules that will help re ...


ANR-1269
Coping with Slips, Trips, and Falls in Farming Enterprises
Slips and falls are second only to motor-vehicle incidents as a cause of death. An estimated 300,000 disabling injuries and 1,400 deaths annually are the result of falls in the American work force. Th ...


ANR-1265
Eye Protection for Agricultural Field Workers
The most prevalent injury to nursery workers in the Southeast is to the eyes, and these injuries are preventable. This publication discusses the different types of eye protection for field workers who ...


ANR-1271
Farm Incidents Statistics Report: The United States and Alabama
Agriculture, mining and construction have the highest incidental death rates of the major industries. Farm workers comprise only 3 percent of the American workforce, yet account for 10 percent of the ...


ANR-1332
Farm Safety Series - Grain Bin Hazards and Safety Considerations


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