With a weak La Nina active, here are a few things to think about with regards to disease and nematode management in preparation for the 2017 field season.
Kubota Tractor Corporation announced today that it has begun construction on an important 617,865 sq. ft. expansion of its National Distribution Center (NDC) on the company’s existing property in Jefferson, Georgia. The Georgia project is adjacent to the Kubota Industrial Equipment
Middle Georgia is under the worst drought conditions that many have ever seen. Combined with the loss of yield potential as we move away from optimal planting date, dusting in wheat now may not be the best idea.
Zest 75WDG (nicosulfuron) has received Georgia approval for use on Inzen herbicide-tolerant grain sorghum varieties.
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 13, 2016. County Comments Paul Pugliese, Bartow County Local cattle producers have been culling cows and feeding hay during the latter part of the summer and throughout fall. Most farmers have
The biggest concern right now for most pecan growers is the delay in ‘Stuart’ shuck split. I have had many calls asking “Will these nuts ever open”? For the most part, yes they will. The delay in Stuart shuck split should
Georgia farmers are experiencing one of the worst droughts in recent memory, and University of Georgia climatologist Pam Knox cautions that there could be a potential repeat next year. “I’m thinking about April 1 of next year. If we haven’t
After five months of above-normal temperatures and dry conditions, almost 75 percent of Georgia is now experiencing some level of drought. Because of the continued hot, dry conditions, the drought expanded and strengthened west of a line running from Screven
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 6, 2016. County Comments Eddie Ayers, Gilmer County Only 1.22 inches of rain since September 1. Last recorded rainfall of 0.01 inches on September 21 has stopped all planting activities. Over
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 30, 2016. County Comments Greg Bowman, Gordon County Another week, same story. No rain, no grass, no way to plant winter annuals. Many livestock animals are in a lesser body condition
Like a bulldog, it keeps holding on. While I remain friendly to the cotton market I have held to the idea that prices needed to break back down to the