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/publications/PubThumbnails/pb1624-1.jpgpb1624Managing Nuisance Animals and Associated Damage around the Home
NOTE: Hard copies of this publication are currently unavailable.
Forestry, Wildlife and FisheriesWildlife SystemsHome and Garden$4.25
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1633-1.jpgPB1633Improving Your Backyard Wildlife Habitat
Information on wildlife needs, management concepts, a discussion of which trees and shrubs to plant, benefits of landscaping for wildlife, how to provide shelter, and tips on attracting and feeding birds.
Forestry, Wildlife and FisheriesWildlife SystemsNatural Resources and Environmental Quality$2.25
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1731-1.jpgPB1731Identifying Oak Trees Native to Tennessee
Forestry, Wildlife and FisheriesResidential and Consumer HorticultureNatural Resources and Environmental Quality$3.25Purchase
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1745-1.jpgPB1745PB 1745 Beekeeping in Tennessee
Comprehensive beekeeping pub covers everything from getting started to managing for pests. Revised for 2013.
Entomology and Plant PathologyValue Added AgricultureProduction Agriculture$7.00Purchase
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1752-1.jpgPB1752Native Warm-Season Grasses: Identification, Establishment and Management for Wildlife and Forage Production in the Mid-South
Please note: This file is 11 MB and 192 pages.
Center for Profitable AgricultureWildlife SystemsProduction Agriculture$35.00Purchase
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1767-1.jpgPB1767Wood Protection for Log Home Owners
An understanding of wood properties will help log home owners protect and enjoy their homes. This publication is designed to provide basic information about wood, wood protection and the use of large timbers to build log homes.
Entomology and Plant PathologyEnvironmental Health and SafetyHome$7.00Purchase
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1769-1.jpgPB1769A Guide to Successful Wildlife Food Plots Blending Science with Common Sense
Planting food plots is by far the most popular habitat management practice among landowners wanting to enhance wildlife habitat. NOTE: Hard copies of this publication are currently unavailable.
Forestry, Wildlife and FisheriesWildlife SystemsNatural Resources and Environmental Quality$20.00
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1772-1.jpgPB1772A Hardwood Log Grading Handbook
Forestry, Wildlife and FisheriesForested SystemsNatural Resources and Environmental Quality$2.50Purchase
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1780-1.jpgPB1780Conducting a Simple Timber Inventory
Forestry, Wildlife and FisheriesForested SystemsNatural Resources and Environmental Quality$5.00
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1785-1.jpgPB1785Invasive Weeds of the Appalachian Region
Comprehensive manual for how to identify and control invasive weeds of the Southern Applachians.
Plant SciencesWildlife SystemsHome and Garden$10.00Purchase
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB1791-1.JPGPB1791Planning Today for Tomorrow's Farms
This workbook provides a solid foundation to understand basic farm and forest succession planning concepts and processes, including using professional services to develop a high-quality farm succession plan.
Agricultural EconomicsValue Added AgricultureCommunity and Economic Development$25.00Purchase
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB595-1.jpgPB595You Can Control Garden Insects
Safe, effective and economical control measures to minimize insect damage in the garden.
Entomology and Plant PathologyResidential and Consumer HorticultureHome and Garden$6.00Purchase
/publications/PubThumbnails/PB724-1.jpgPB724Canning Foods
A comprehensive guide to canning fruits and vegetables, as well as pickles, relishes, jams, jellies and preserves.
Family and Consumer SciencesNutrition and Food SafetyFood$5.00Purchase
/publications/PubThumbnails/SP494-1.jpgSP494Egg University Handbook on Egg Safety
Family and Consumer SciencesNutrition and Food SafetyFood$1.50Purchase