Do you want to earn recertification credits and to learn more about safe and effective pest management? At the Pest Manager Training on Thursday March 10, 2016 at the Gainesville Civic Center, you can learn and earn up to 5
The difference in cold injury, BYDV, phosphorus, and nitrogen and potash deficiency can be difficult to tell.
The University of Georgia recently released an updated version of the 2016 Crop Comparison Tool.
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension peanut agronomist Scott Monfort insists that poor peanut plant stands in Georgia may not necessarily be due to seed quality. Environmental conditions play a role, especially on peanuts planted in early to mid-April. Monfort said
If you’ve been following the news this year, you already know that we are in the middle of one of the strongest El Niños since the 1950s.
Georgia growers are required to complete a UGA training class prior to making applications of dicamba to dicamba-tolerant cotton/soybeans or 2,4-D to 2,4-D-tolerant cotton/soybeans.
Georgia pecan growers have had major problems with Asian Ambrosia Beetles (AAB) over the last 2 to 3 years. One reason for this is the wet spring conditions we’ve had since 2013. UGA entomologist Will Hudson has had extensive experience
Peanut margins are predicted to be tight this year. According to the UGA Crop Comparison Tool, dryland peanuts will struggle to cover production costs. In tight years the importance of each management decision is magnified. All options should be carefully
Cotton and soybean varieties with tolerance to auxin herbicides (2,4-D or dicamba) are nearing commercialization. The University of Georgia will be offering a training course, Using Pesticides Wisely; Applying 2,4-D and Dicamba Technologies, in Alma on February 22 for growers
Cut leaf evening primrose, wild radish, and horseweed are some of the most troublesome weeds in conservation tillage systems. Allowed to grow, these winter weeds become very large and hard to kill by spring planting time. The most consistent and
I, like many, really did not believe that cotton would sink to the level at which it is currently trading. Macroeconomic and financial concerns have trumped cotton fundamentals, and to