Harvest time may be less than a month away for many Georgia peanut farmers, but University of Georgia Cooperative Extension plant pathologist Bob Kemerait insists there is still time to treat the crop for white mold disease. “My message is
Many growers are observing some bronzing on the underside of their leaves at this point in the season. You can have bronzing from sunburn when the foliage flops over from the weight of the crop load and exposes the underside
We’re getting closer to looking at peanuts to check maturity. I checked my first sample yesterday.
University of Georgia County Extension Agent Andrew Sawyer discusses the current pecan situation in this installment of the South Georgia Pine podcast. Showers have been scattered, which has helped to somewhat alleviate hot and dry conditions as trees enter the
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending August 21, 2016. County Comments Nathan Eason, White County Those with hayfields and pastures are being forced to cut their second crop of hay earlier than wanted because of a severe infestations
It has been a while since my last blog. In the last 60 days, I was out of commission for at least 27 days for various reasons (vacation time, 3 professional meetings, and 2 college moves). However, the telephone
Ultra-late soybeans can be risky, but something to consider for income and our environment.
Graduating from high school in the small town of Blakely, Georgia, Tracy Robinson was required to take an armed forces aptitude test. When asked what he wanted to do with his life, Robinson said he wanted to farm. The Marine
The University of Georgia has provided updated information on products and efficacy for protecting stored grains.
This year’s trial included 69 replications, 23 varieties replicated three times each. There were no significant differences in yield among planted varieties.
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