Latest overview on soybean rust and northern corn leaf blight.
Seeing Georgia pecan trees covered in blooms this spring has University of Georgia Cooperative Extension pecan specialist Lenny Wells encouraged about this year’s crop. Although harvest time is still five months away, Wells and Georgia farmers are assessing what pecan
Georgia cotton farmers are successfully managing the state’s most problematic weed, glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth, by using many methods, including hand-pulling the weed out of their fields. But tackling the weed is drastically cutting into their already limited profits, according to
Thomas County is getting very close to finishing planting peanuts, but some growers may be wondering if they need to replant.
We’ve been talking more about peanut weed control this week with different field situations.
Mouse ear is a growth abnormality from a nickel deficiency in pecan trees.
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 22, 2016. County Comments Adam Speir, Madison County We had the first considerable rainfall in many weeks over several days. Immediate response in pastures and bermudagrass hayfields. Early planted soybeans benefited
If replanting cotton is necessary, one needs to consider the herbicides used in the original planting.
If you are seeing a lot of adult thrips on seedling peanut AND no at plant insecticide was used, it is time to spray.
Sunny weather and dry – speeds corn growth and makes peanut thrips bad.
It was quite a week for the bulls – not only in cotton, but in the grains, as well. ICE July futures surged, gaining 261 points on the week and