Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 22, 2015. County Agent Comments Jeff Via, Fayette County The farmers in Fayette County dealt with wet conditions this week. They had 1 day they could do field work and the
Rainfall continued to hinder producers who are trying to finish harvesting row crops and planting small grains. However, the moisture did give a boost to recently emerged wheat. Some East Tennessee cattle producers began feeding hay to supplement their pastures,
Clearly henbit has had a very good start this fall. Many fields are showing extensive infestations of this weed and a number of folks have called with questions on how to manage it in wheat.
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 8, 2015. County Agent Comments Tim Campbell, Dyer County Much needed rain has brought grain and cotton harvest as well as wheat planting to a halt. Jeff Lannom, Weakley County Prevailing
Producers throughout Arkansas and neighboring states have an opportunity to learn about the latest developments in nutrient management and edge-of-field monitoring at an upcoming conference sponsored by the Soil and Water Conservation Society. Nutrient Management and Edge of Field Monitoring:
Corn, cotton, and wheat were up; soybeans were down for the week. The last 15 trading days, December corn futures traded in a 15 cent band from $3.70 to $3.87. Nationally, corn harvest progressed 16% this past week to an
Harvest of corn, cotton, and soybeans mostly ceased over most of the State last week due to incessant rain. Producers did, however, make excellent progress on the days they could get into the fields. Harvest is expected to come to
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 25, 2015 County Agent Comments J.C. Dupree, Lauderdale County Harvest progressing really well. Need some rain for wheat planting. Tim Campbell, Dyer County Harvest continues in the county for corn, cotton,
Many fields that exhibit nutrient deficiencies may have nematode problems and the only way to know is to sample.
In wheat, rates of insecticides labeled for seed treatment vary considerably.
Last week, Syngenta filed a third-party complaint in the massive multi-district litigation (MDL) pending in Kansas. In its complaint, Syngenta fiercely denies its liability to plaintiffs in the pending actions,