Southwest Drought Creates Possible Opportunities in Southeast Agriculture
Sooner or later, something has to give. Richard McNider, who has spent years studying how the U.S. Southwest and parts [...]
Arizona: Wheat Planting Well Behind Place, Condition Variable – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 9, 2014. Field Crops Arizona’s alfalfa condition was rated in poor [...]
Arkansas Rice: Jupiter or Caffey — Choosing a Medium-Grain Variety
Right now I would treat Caffey like a specialty-purpose variety – meaning I wouldn’t plant it unless I knew where [...]
California: Cotton, Corn Being Prepared for Planting – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 9, 2014. WEATHER A weather disturbance that spread showers all across [...]
Florida: Crop Conditions Improving, Planters Getting Ready – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 9, 2014. Weather Summary: According to Florida’s Automated Weather Network (FAWN), [...]
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Georgia Corn: One Week After Planting
Seedlings, planted in sandy soil, are coming along as expected.
Kansas: Wheat Greening in Cold, Dry Weather – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 9, 2014. For the week ending March 9, 2014, cold, dry [...]
Louisiana Rice: Weed Scientist Looking to Eliminate Undesired Rice Plant
LSU AgCenter weed scientist Dr. Eric Webster is continuing his work on dormant hybrids and red rice outcrossing by starting [...]
Flint on Crops: What is the Value of Poultry Litter?
I expect that this headline may lead some to believe I am about to discuss the monetary value of poultry [...]
Nebraska: Break-Even Crop Prices Lower This Season
The 2014 Nebraska Crop Budgets have been expanded from previous editions and are now available online here. This year’s package [...]
Oklahoma: Cold Weather, Snow Slow Crop Progress, Disrupt Field Work – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 9, 2014. Another winter storm brought snow, sleet and freezing rain [...]
Tennessee: Time to Order Sweep Nets, Insect Traps
Great Lakes IPM is a great place to order new sweep nets and insect traps for the upcoming season.
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Texas: More Winter Storms, Early Planted Corn Emerging – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 9, 2014. Summary Cold temperatures returned early last week, as a [...]
Tobacco: Exports are Up — But Not to Traditional Customers
The European Union, traditionally the leading destination for U.S. exports, is trending down but the demand in China is robust, [...]
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