Alabama: Heavy Rains Cause Flash Floods – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 13, 2014. GENERAL: According to the National Agriculture Statistics Service’s Alabama […]
Arizona: Cotton Planting Reaches 35% – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 13, 2014. Field Crops Arizona’s alfalfa condition was rated in very […]
Arkansas Corn, Sorghum: Slow Planting Continues
Three corn verification fields were planted this week. Lonoke, St Francis and Lee counties were all planted this past weekend […]
AgFax Almond Review: Blue Diamond Facility Wins Award; Sea Lion Found in Almond Orchard
Industry Mark Jansen reports on the Almond Insights blog that the Blue Diamond processing facility in Turlock was honored as […]
Florida: Slow Start for Planting Due to Wet Conditions – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 13, 2014. Weather Summary: According to Florida’s Automated Weather Network (FAWN), […]
March 18, 2014
Planting dates and seeding rates: hitting your goals.
Clearfield stewardship: points to remember.
Seed supply update: limited availability on some choices.
Illinois Wheat Association Hosting Winter Wheat Tour May 28
Illinois wheat growers will have an opportunity this May to tour winter wheat fields in order to make observations that […]
Indiana: Stay Patient on Tillage, Planting
Farmers who are antsy to get into their fields to complete tillage operations and plant corn should do their best […]
Iowa: Terminating Cover Crops
There is an increased interest in the use of cover crops due to the many agronomic and environmental benefits they […]
Kansas: The Lesser Prairie Chicken — What Landowners Should Know
Cumulative habitat loss, encroachment by invasive woody plants, wind energy development, petroleum production and the ongoing drought are just a […]
Kentucky Wheat: Freeze Injury Not Likely
Most of the wheat crop in Kentucky is either still tillering (Feekes 4-5) or just beginning to joint (Feekes 6). […]
Louisiana Wheat: Minimal Damage Expected from Cold Front
The growth stage of the wheat crop will be critical to determine how much potential damage can be expected should […]
Mississippi: Weather May Stall Summer Forage Crops
Hay producers need warmer temperatures and drier ground to catch up with production this spring. “Everything is shaping up to […]
Missouri: Insect Spray Guides Are Now Available (Better Late Than Never)
2013 Quick Reference Spray Guides are now available for download.
New Mexico: Irrigated Wheat in Good Condition, Dryland Fields Extremely Stressed – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 13, 2014. NEW MEXICO: Days suitable for fieldwork were 6.3. Topsoil […]
North Carolina Wheat: Yellowing Plants, What To Do?
Areas of yellowing wheat are showing up in fields across North Carolina from the Piedmont to the Tidewater. With all […]
Oklahoma: Small Grain Crop Conditions Declining – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 13, 2014. Last week began with light rains, more in some […]
Pennsylvania Corn: Burndown Herbicide Options
With the cool spring, plant growth has been delayed, but farmers and applicators particularly in the Southern half of PA […]
South Carolina: Planting Gets Underway in Earnest – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 13, 2014. GENERAL According the National Agriculture Statistics Service’s South Carolina […]
Tennessee: Late-Season Burndown Options for Cotton, Soybeans
In some cases it will be too close to planting to apply dicamba, which has been our “go to” glyphosate-resistant horseweed herbicide.
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Texas Rice: Garry McCauley Retires After 39 Years and Many Accomplishments
I want to recognize Dr. Garry McCauley who retired on March 31. Garry began work with the Texas Agricultural Experiment […]
Virginia Soybeans: Kudzu Bugs Emerging, Still With Us
In mid-March 2014, over 50 Virginia Cooperative Extension Agents and Virginia Tech Faculty and Staff began monitoring a 51-county network […]
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