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Mississippi: Rains Hinder Field Work in Some Areas – USDA

Mississippi: Rains Hinder Field Work in Some Areas – USDA

👤From USDA 🕔Jul 6, 2015

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 5, 2015. Comments from Cooperative Extension Service County Agents Jimbo Burkhalter, Tallahatchie County “Plenty of rain this week kept us out of the field. Insect pressure is increasing in most crops.

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Mississippi Soybeans: Trial Data For Frogeye Leaf Spot and Cercospora Blight Applications

Mississippi Soybeans: Trial Data For Frogeye Leaf Spot and Cercospora Blight Applications

🕔Jul 6, 2015

In all trials, Armor DK 4744, a frogeye leaf spot susceptible soybean variety was used.  Fungicide trials were conducted in Starkville (n=2) and Stoneville (n=6) in field situations where continuous soybean had been planted.  The Starkville location was non-irrigated while

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Mississippi Soybeans: 7 Diseases You Should Keep an Eye Out For

Mississippi Soybeans: 7 Diseases You Should Keep an Eye Out For

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Flint on Crops: There May Be Alternatives for Yield Enhancement.

Flint on Crops: There May Be Alternatives for Yield Enhancement.

👤By Ernie Flint, MSU Extension Specialist 🕔Jul 6, 2015

The term “yield enhancement” is a term that is meant to describe the combination of practices that are used to increase yields and quality of crops. In the past this term has been used almost exclusively in soybeans, but I

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Mississippi: Row Technology Showcase Set for July 7, 15, 16

Mississippi: Row Technology Showcase Set for July 7, 15, 16

🕔Jul 6, 2015

A series of field days will be held throughout Mississippi in 2015 which will highlight crops with new and developing herbicide and insect trait technologies. Field days will be held at the following locations: Dundee – Douglas and Chris Hood

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Mississippi: Turn Row Talk Set for July 9 – Clarksdale

Mississippi: Turn Row Talk Set for July 9 – Clarksdale

🕔Jul 6, 2015

An agronomic crops turn row talk will be held at Cliff Heaton farms, just east of the intersection of Highway 61 and Highway 6 on July 9, 2015.  The field day will be held in the cotton field on the

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Mississippi Sorghum: Sugarcane Aphid Treatments Becoming More Common

Mississippi Sorghum: Sugarcane Aphid Treatments Becoming More Common

🕔Jul 6, 2015

We are now beginning to get numerous calls from around the state about sugarcane aphid infestations. Populations range from very low to well above threshold with treatments becoming more common this week. At this time aphids are being found in the Hills and

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Herbicide Timing – Time-Of-Day Comparisons From 4 Studies

Herbicide Timing – Time-Of-Day Comparisons From 4 Studies

👤By Larry Heatherly, Mississippi Soybean Association 🕔Jul 4, 2015

Midsouth crop producers must use every available tool to get the most benefit from application of herbicides to control weeds, as well as ensure that applied herbicides are confined to the intended spray site. One of the unknown or oft-overlooked

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Mississippi Corn: Southern Corn Rust Detected In 5 Counties

Mississippi Corn: Southern Corn Rust Detected In 5 Counties

👤By Tom Allen, Extension Plant Pathologist and Erick Larson, Extension Specialist - Grain Crops, Mississippi State University 🕔Jul 4, 2015

Typically, southern corn rust turns up in Mississippi in late July/early August. However, with the general southern flow of air currents since the spring, this is no surprise to find it in scattered locations in early July.

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Mississippi Cotton: When to Apply PGRs

Mississippi Cotton: When to Apply PGRs

🕔Jul 3, 2015

Similar to defoliation, albeit with somewhat less pronounced effects if overdone, managing vegetative growth in cotton with PGR’s does involve some art as well as science.

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