Arkansas Sorghum: 10 Factors to Consider to Start the Year Right
For many producers, it has been several years or, in some instances, decades since they last grew grain sorghum. During […]
California Almonds: More Nonpareil Bloom Issues Reported
We’re still hearing about weak or uneven bloom in the Nonpareils and instances where trees jumped into early leafing.
Florida: Seminars Focus On Farmers’ Retirement, Estate Planning
As a farmer, do you need help on touchy financial topics like estate planning, succession planning and protecting assets? Consider […]
Georgia Corn: Take Soil Temps Into Account But Also Monitor GDDs
Soil temperature in the seed zone should be 55°F or greater before planting. Corn seed will sprout slowly at 55°F […]
Kansas: New Publication on Effective, Efficient Water Use
Common questions agricultural producers in Kansas have regarding water use typically relate to conserving the Ogallala Aquifer in the western […]
Kentucky: Winter Weather Effects on Insect Populations
The onset of colder than normal weather always brings up the question of how the cold will affect insect populations […]
Louisiana Rice: Losing Methyl Bromide Creates Challenge For Bin Insect Control
The LSU AgCenter hosted a workshop on rice mill insect pest management Wednesday (Feb. 25). Representatives from four states and […]
Mississippi Sorghum: 7 Steps for Sugarcane Aphid Management
Sugarcane aphids have proven very devastating to grain sorghum without timely control, but an effective management plan can go a […]
Missouri Pollinator Conservancy Program
In light of recent declines of honeybee populations worldwide, representatives of Missouri’s agricultural producers and beekeepers have developed a set […]
Nebraska: Make Sure Corn, Soybean Herbicide Choices are Legal for Fall Forage
When growers add cover crops, it’s important to select and manage the crop according to the primary objective for the […]
Grain Sorghum: Great Rotation Crop – Acres Growing in Mid-Atlantic Region
Grain sorghum is taking off in the North Carolina and Mid-Atlantic region. Demand for locally produced grains in the Mid-Atlantic […]
North Dakota Wheat: New High-Quality Durum Variety Available
This year, growers will be able to plant a high-quality durum variety developed by North Dakota State University. Carpio durum […]
Ohio: New Weed Guide Available for Growers
With spring planting soon to get underway, a new guide developed by an agronomist from the College of Food, Agricultural, […]
South Carolina: Got Wild Hogs? Time To Speak Up.
A survey designed by Clemson University researchers to begin to quantify the economic and ecological damage caused by feral hogs […]
Tennessee Sorghum: Sugarcane Aphid Requires Active Management
There’s increased interest in planting grain sorghum this year, which means sugarcane aphids will require more attention for effective management.
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Texas Wheat: What to Do About Early Rust?
February is typically a time of year that wheat growers are more concerned with topdressing nitrogen and controlling weeds than […]
Tobacco: Very Slow Market, Don’t Grow Without a Contract
This is no year to grow tobacco without a contract. “That would be like betting your money on the horses […]
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