North Carolina - News and Analysis

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North Carolina: Sorghum Harvest Lags Behind, Cotton Nears Finish – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 23, 2014. Extension Comments Soybean and cotton harvest continued. No grain […]

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North Carolina: Bt Resistant Armyworms Migrating North

In fall 2013, Dr. Dominic Reisig got a phone call from a farmer in rural Hyde County. The farmer was growing corn, […]

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North Carolina: Cotton, Soybean Harvest Advance with Good Yields – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 16, 2014. Extension Comments Weather this week has been very good […]

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North Carolina: Bt Resistant Armyworms Threaten Corn, Cotton

In fall 2013, Dominic Reisig got a phone call from a farmer in rural Hyde County, N.C. The farmer was […]

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North Carolina Wheat: 4 Qualifiers to Spray for Hessian Fly

Around this time of the year, Hessian fly adults are definitely active. Many growers spraying herbicide are wondering if they […]

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North Carolina: Soybean Harvest Reaches 41%, Cotton at 65% – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 9, 2014. A cold front is moving in this week and […]

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North Carolina: Corn Harvest Wraps Up, Cotton to Pick Up Pace – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 2, 2014. GENERAL: Days suitable for field work 6.5. Topsoil moisture […]

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North Carolina: Irrigation Conference Slated Nov. 6 in Raleigh

The North Carolina Irrigation Society will host the annual Irrigation Conference on Thursday, Nov. 6, at the Raleigh Wastewater Treatment […]

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North Carolina: Soybean Harvest Reaches 21% — USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 26 Days suitable for field work 6.5. Topsoil moisture 1% very […]

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North Carolina: Corn Harvest Enters Final Stretch, Rains Delays Continue – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 19, 2014. GENERAL: Days suitable for field work 4.7. Topsoil moisture […]

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