Aces counties mobile mg documents january 2013 pdf

 

ANR-232, Revised May 2001. Russell A. Wright, Extension Specialist, Assistant Professor, Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures, Auburn University Liming Fishponds

Adding agricultural lime to ponds with low alkalinity (less than 20 mg/l) can greatly increase productivity. Lime affects the system in several ways. Lime acts as a buffer maintaining the pH between 7 and 8.5. Broader swings in pH can be very stressful to the organisms in the pond. Lime also changes the chemistry of the water and pond soils making nutrients more available to aquatic organisms, especially algae. Calcium from the lime is a valuable nutrient for many organisms in the pond including snails and other animals that are important food for fishes. Lime can also enhance the supply of carbon to highly productive algae.

  Figure 1. A simple sampler for collecting mud from a full pond      

Aces counties mobile mg documents january 2013 pdf

Paul Anton Guido Zorner , born Paul Zloch (31 March 1920 – 27 January 2014) [1] was a German night fighter pilot, who fought in the Luftwaffe during World War II . Zorner is credited with 59 night aerial victories claimed in 272 missions, including 110 night fighter missions. [2] Zorner was the ninth most successful fighter pilot in the Luftwaffe and in the history of aerial warfare. [3]

On 4 April 1944, Zorner was appointed Gruppenkommandeur (Group Commander) of III./ Nachtjagdgeschwader 5 (NJG 5). On 9 June, Zorner was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross for 48 bombers destroyed. Zorner was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves on 17 September 1944. Zorner was appointed Gruppenkommandeur of II./NJG 100 on 13 October 1944 and remained the commanding officer until May 1945. Zorner achieved his 59th, and last, a victory on 5/6 March 1945.

Zorner surrender to United States Army forces on 8 May 1945. Zorner and his unit were handed over to the Red Army on 17 May and he remained a prisoner in the Soviet Union until December 1949. After his release he studied engineering and retired in 1981. Paul Zorner died in January 2014 aged 93.

ANR-232, Revised May 2001. Russell A. Wright, Extension Specialist, Assistant Professor, Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures, Auburn University Liming Fishponds

Adding agricultural lime to ponds with low alkalinity (less than 20 mg/l) can greatly increase productivity. Lime affects the system in several ways. Lime acts as a buffer maintaining the pH between 7 and 8.5. Broader swings in pH can be very stressful to the organisms in the pond. Lime also changes the chemistry of the water and pond soils making nutrients more available to aquatic organisms, especially algae. Calcium from the lime is a valuable nutrient for many organisms in the pond including snails and other animals that are important food for fishes. Lime can also enhance the supply of carbon to highly productive algae.

  Figure 1. A simple sampler for collecting mud from a full pond      

ANR-884, New December 1994. Paul L. Mask, Extension Agronomist; Henk W. van Riessen, Graduate Research Associate; Don Ball, Extension Agronomist Production Guide For Oats

Oats are grown in Alabama as a grain crop, as a forage crop (greenchop, ensilage, haying, and grazing), alone or in mixtures with rye and clovers, as a catch-crop for nitrogen, as a crop to control erosion (cover crop), and as a crop to add organic matter to the soil (green manure).

The palatability of oats as a forage, as well as its forage quality, is the best of the small grains. As a result, the performance of animals pastured on oats (or, more commonly, oats in combination with other winter annual grasses or legumes) is outstanding. The main factor that limits the use of oats as a winter annual grazing crop in Alabama is that, in general, oats lack good winter hardiness. But, some varieties are much more winter hardy than others, and cold weather risk is less in the southern, as opposed to the northern, portions of the state.