Georgia - News and Analysis

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Sugarcane Aphid In Grain Sorghum: Florida, Georgia Find Infestations

The sugarcane aphid, which has quickly developed into a scourge for the grain sorghum industry, has now been found in […]

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Georgia: Question of the Week — Pine Devil

What is this insect we found flying around and will it sting?

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Georgia Soybeans: Downy Mildew Prevalent at Low Levels

The disease is not believed to cause significant yield losses, according to a UGA scientist.

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Georgia Peanuts: Dryland Crop Endures Rough Year

We have some fields that will likely yield quite low due to the weather and what it brings on: Lesser […]

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Georgia Wheat: Resistant Ryegrass Populations Reduced by Deep Turning

Ryegrass resistant to all currently labeled postemergence controlling herbicides has been documented and is becoming very common. Trial results showed […]

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Georgia: Many Areas Dry, Suffering Heat Stress – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending August 24, 2014. General According to the National Agriculture Statistics Service’s Georgia […]

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Georgia Peanuts: 3 Late Season Weed Concerns

1) Can I tank-mix Mn fertilizers with herbicides and/or fungicides? Recent research from NC State University indicated that manganese did […]

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Georgia Corn: Bleak Market Awaits Producers

Potential record-setting corn yields have contributed to a bleak market for Georgia farmers, says University of Georgia agricultural economist, Nathan […]

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Georgia Peanuts: Some, but Not Many, Approaching Maturity

We didn’t have many fields planted in early April this year due to it being very wet and cool.

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Georgia: Question of the Week — Purple Nutsedge

What is this caterpillar I was asked to identify this week?

 

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