North Carolina - News and Analysis

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North Carolina: Rains Delay Harvest, Corn Harvest 71% Complete – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending September 28, 2014. GENERAL: Days suitable for field work 4.4. Topsoil moisture […]

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North Carolina: Corn Harvest Over 60% Complete – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending September 21, 2014. GENERAL: Days suitable for field work 5.8. Topsoil moisture […]

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North Carolina: Mycotoxins Continue to Pose Problems

Mycotoxin in corn continues to be an issue for NC corn producers and NC Extension Corn Specialist Ron Heiniger says […]

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North Carolina Wheat: Fall Management of Italian Ryegrass

A single ryegrass plant in a square yard of wheat can reduce yield in that square yard by up to […]

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North Carolina Soybeans: Treating for Bean Leaf Beetles, Stink Bugs

Right now we are witnessing typical end of season insect patterns. Multigenerational bean leaf beetle populations densities are at their […]

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North Carolina: Corn Harvest Half Finished as Rains Delay Field Work – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending September 14, 2014. GENERAL: Days suitable for field work 4.2. Topsoil moisture […]

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North Carolina: Corn Harvest in Full Swing, Sweetpotato Harvest at 20% – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending September 7, 2014. GENERAL: Days suitable for field work 5.9. Topsoil moisture […]

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North Carolina: Corn Harvest in Full Swing – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending August 31, 2014. GENERAL: Days suitable for field work 6.4. Topsoil moisture […]

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North Carolina: Peanut Field Day Slated Sept. 4 in Lewiston-Woodville

North Carolina State University’s Peanut Belt Research Station in Lewiston-Woodville, N.C., will hold its 62nd Annual Peanut Field Day on […]

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North Carolina Soybeans: Treatment Recommendations for Soybean Loopers

Looper numbers have really picked up this week in soybeans. Loopers are migratory pests that sometimes show up late season […]

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