A number of questions have arisen on how to manage the glyphosate-resistant (GR) Johnsongrass that is very prevalent in some corn fields of south west Tennessee.
The shortage of Caparol is apparently causing a domino effect and now Cotoran is starting to become tight in some locales. So what are some options now that Caparol is not in the picture and Cotoran supply maybe sketchy?
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 23, 2017. Extension Comments Tim Campbell, Dyer County Scattered showers throughout the week have had producers searching for dry fields to continue with corn planting. Wheat continues to progress well. J.
The University of Tennessee Cotton Insect Scout School is scheduled for Friday, May 26 at the West Tennessee Research and Education Center in Jackson.
The EPA as once again approved the Section 18 application allowing the use of Transform WG to control tarnished plant bugs in cotton
There is apparently a shortage of Caparol this spring. So what are some options now that Caparol is not in the picture? The first thing to consider is potential cotton injury with any PRE applied herbicides in cotton.
Is e-commerce right for your farm? To help farmers answer this question, the University of Tennessee Center for Profitable Agriculture will conduct a full-day “E-commerce for Direct Farm Marketers” workshop in Jonesborough on May 9. This e-commerce workshop is designed
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 16, 2017. County Agent Comments Tim Campbell, Dyer County Producers made progress this week with corn planting. Wheat continues to head out and is looking pretty good. Winter damage to Dyer
Additional reports of stripe rust have been coming in across west Tennessee as many fields begin to bloom. Decisions to apply a fungicide to protect not only from stripe rust but also head scab need to be made.
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 9, 2017 County Agent Comments Jeff Via, Fayette County The farmers in Fayette County may get started on corn planting this weekend. Some have started in other counties. Wheat looks good
The bulls were again winners in an exciting week for longs and producers. In last week’s report, I said the markets bias would be near unchanged to a bit lower.