Alabama Peanuts: Pod Blasting Offers Better Yields, Bigger Profits
With the peanut harvest underway, peanut farmers are hoping for good yields and strong paydays. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System’s […]
Arkansas: Series of Farm Bill Workshops Set Across State
Arkansas crop producers will have more than a dozen opportunities to get up to speed on the 2014 Farm Bill […]
2014 Ratoon Crop Field Tour, October 30, starting at 9:30 a.m. at Brookshire, Texas.
Georgia Cotton: Harvest Chugs Along, Yields Mostly Good
Weather is great these past couple of weeks for picking cotton in the field. Overall, irrigated cotton is okay with […]
Illinois Corn: Cash Deficits Projected for 2014 and 2015
In Tuesday’s article, gross revenue from corn was projected to be much lower in 2014 and 2015 than in 2011 […]
Indiana: Farmers in Need of Dry Weather — USDA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 19 The frequent rains have continued to prolong fall harvest, making […]
Iowa Soybeans: More SCN Resistant Varieties Available for 2015
An effective way to manage the soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is to grow SCN-resistant soybean varieties. Resistant varieties can yield […]
Kansas Livestock: Evaluating Cattle Feeding Sites Vital to Producers
For Kansas’ cattle producers, building new feeding facilities can mean shelling out serious cash. However, Ron Graber, Kansas State University […]
Kentucky Wheat: Fall Armyworm Moth Captures Increase
Capture of fall armyworm moths in the UK IPM traps at the UK Research and Education Center in Princeton, Ky., […]
Louisiana Soybeans: Headed for Another Record Year
Most Louisiana farmers harvesting this year’s soybean crop are reporting one of their best years, according to the LSU AgCenter […]
Michigan Soybeans: Options for Speeding Up Harvest
According to the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service, 23 percent of Michigan’s soybean crop was harvested as of Oct. 19, […]
Minnesota: Corn Harvest Only 16% Complete — USDA
Crop Progress and Condition for the week Ending October 19 Dry weather and wind across much of the state allowed […]
Mississippi Pumpkins: Heavy Rains Damaged Crop, Delayed Harvest
Pumpkins are popping up on porches across Mississippi, but some growers had trouble getting them there. Many Mississippi pumpkin farmers […]
Missouri Wheat: Delayed Planting Negatively Impacts Yield
With corn and soybean harvest slowed by uncooperative weather, wheat planting is also delayed. Missouri farmers will need to decide […]
New Mexico: Dry Soil Conditions Persist — USDA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 19 Days suitable for fieldwork were 7.0. Topsoil moisture was 25% […]
North Carolina: Sugarcane Aphids Found Close to Home
White sugarcane aphid was found last week in South Carolina sorghum and this week as far north as Florence. This […]
North Dakota: Dry, Warm Weather Facilitates Harvest — USDA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 19 Dry and unseasonably warm weather allowed producers to make good […]
Ohio: Apply Fall Herbicides Before Dec.
Now is a good time for growers to apply herbicide treatments to their fields to control weeds and help ensure […]
Oklahoma: Corn Harvest at 76%, Soybeans 22 — USDA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 19 Row crop harvest continued throughout the state, with cotton harvest […]
South Dakota: Winter Wheat 94% Planted — USDA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 19 Above normal temperatures and dry conditions dominated the weather pattern […]
Tennessee Wheat: Weed Control Considerations During Planting
Zidua is now labeled as a delayed pre application for control of grass weeds in wheat as well as some […]
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Texas Sorghum: Sugarcane Aphid Field Day Set Oct. 28 in Weslaco
The sugarcane aphid continues to spread throughout the South and is now considered the most important pest of grain sorghum […]
Virginia Cotton: This Year is Going to be Special
Mostly normal temperatures should characterize the rest of October. We have a desirable situation for the early part of the […]
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