The crop has progressed well and has looked good overall to date. But, it appears that as the early maturing varieties are harvested and others are nearing harvest, we are seeing some issues with the kernels of some varieties. There
Floods have washed away the entire summer’s work for many South Carolina farmers. The Clemson Extension is trying to connect folks from surrounding areas that might have hay available to sell.
While there has been some cotton picked in Tattnall County, we still have a good bit more that will be defoliated in the next couple of weeks. Please keep these points in mind as you think about cotton defoliation. 1.
We are having a wheat breakfast this week in Donalsonville. Come out to hear about wheat production for 2015/2016. We’ll meet at the Extension Building on Friendship Ave at 8 am on Wed. Oct 14, 2015. Dr. Dewey Lee, UGA
Channel 4, WTVY came over to do a story about the weather affects on peanuts and cotton. Reporter Lauren Linahan did a good job on it.
We felt like we were watching a great baseball game and then went into a long rain delay. Picking peanuts was delayed for 2 weeks in some cases. We also had heavy rains in many areas that stopped digging as
Last week I had a photo of a dam and It’s Notchaway dam on the Ichawaynochaway creek in Baker county.
There will be between 110 and 120 million pounds of pecans harvested this season, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension pecan specialist Lenny Wells estimates, making this year’s Georgia pecan crop the best he’s seen in the last three years. “In
General According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service’s Georgia Field Office, there were 2.4 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending Sunday, October 4, 2015. Precipitation estimates for the state ranged from 0.6 inches of rain up to 3.8
Browning is starting to occur in Bermuda grass located in Thomas County. In this episode of South Georgia Pine, Extension Agent Andrew Sawyer options for controlling and managing leaf blight and leaf rust that may be taking over your pasture. To view more
Wearing a properly fitted mask can help protect you from the harmful effects of aflatoxins and endotoxins in grain this harvest season. Aflatoxins are potent toxins produced by molds and