Arkansas Rice: Reduce Disease Risks with Proper Management
Planning ahead not only should help you manage your fields adequately but also minimize disappointment at harvest. Remember the “disease […]
AgFax Almond Review: Keep Watch for Bacterial Spot; Feb. Shipments Rebound
Markets/Trade Mark Jansen reports on the Almond Insights blog that 2014 crop receipts are winding down, with February receipts pushing […]
Florida: Another Dry Week for Planting Prep – USDA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending March 22, 2015. Field Crops: There was an average of 6.6 days […]
Managing risk for success - your goal for 2015.
Grain drill calibration tips. Working out your approach.
RiceTec seed supply update - limited supplies on several popular choices.
Smart Rice. What is it?
Strobilurin-resistant sheath blight. It's spreading. Are your ready?
New service area boundaries. More staff to better respond to your needs.
Got questions? Updated RiceTec contact information.
Georgia: Freezing Weather Expected this Weekend
Even though we’re past the average date for last frost in parts of the Southeast, it is still possible for […]
Illinois Soybeans: Maturity Rating, Does Planting Early Even Matter?
Along with the continuing emphasis on getting soybean planted early – in late April to early May – comes the […]
Kentucky Peaches: Signs of San Jose Scale? Tactics to Manage the Pest
While pruning, producers need to be on the watch for signs of active San Jose scale on their apple and […]
Louisiana: Shrimper, Crabber Meeting Highlights New Regulations, Equipment
Shrimpers and crabbers learned about the newest regulations, techniques and equipment at a Louisiana Fisheries Forward meeting on March 24, […]
Michigan Wheat: Nitrogen Applications – When and How Much?
Early spring is the time wheat growers implement nitrogen (N) fertilization strategies. This means estimating the amount of N needed […]
Irrigation – Moisture Sensors Pay Dividends, Says This Consultant (Podcast)
Trent Lamastus, a Cleveland, Mississippi, crop consultant, pushed into moisture sensors and related irrigation technology in 2014. He saw accumulated savings […]
Missouri Cotton Growers Urged to Complete Cotton Inc. Survey
A recent email from Cotton Inc indicates Missouri cotton growers are not answering a survey of cotton needs. Research money […]
Nebraska: Scout Now for Herbicide Resistant Weeds – Especially Marestail
Winter annual weeds are taking advantage of the recent warm temperatures and sunshine to resume growth and development, making this an […]
North Carolina Corn: Scout for Early Season Insect Injury
Scouting seedling corn on a weekly basis from emergence until plants are about 12 inches tall provides information on insect […]
Oklahoma: Ag Pesticide Disposal, Purcell, April 22
Oklahoma agricultural producers, commercial and non-commercial applicators and pesticide dealers can get rid of unwanted pesticides on April 22, courtesy […]
South Dakota: Managing Pest Population with ‘Old Methods’ – Video
Dwayne Beck, research manager of the Dakota Lakes Research Farm with South Dakota State University in Pierre, says he has been […]
Tennessee Sorghum: How Likely Is Fomesafen Carryover Injury?
There continues to be quite a few folks wanting to know how fomesafen applied last year could affect grain sorghum […]
Texas: Preventative Sugarcane Aphid Conference, April 14
There will be a “Preventative Sugarcane Aphid Conference for the Lower Rio Grande Valley Growers” Tuesday, April 14 from 9am […]
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