A late winter insecticide application for the control of aphids in wheat often results in a yield increase.
Thursday–February 25, 2016, The Fayette County Extension Office along with Chuck Danehower with The University of Tennessee and Bunge will be hosting a Winter Row Crop Marketing Meeting. This meeting will be held at Braden Station Restaurant, 189 Hwy 59
February 16, 2016, The Fayette Extension Office will be hosting an Irrigation Meeting. This meeting will be held at Rube Rhea’s farm shop-15480 Hwy 64 Somerville, TN starting at 5:00 p.m. At this meeting, Reinke will be presenting information on
The 2016 Cotton Focus Agenda is now available online. This year’s meeting will be held at the West Tennessee Research and Education Center on Thursday, February 18th.
The 2015 TN Cotton Variety Trial Results Publication is now available online.
Albaugh, LLC announced on Friday, December 4, that it will be opening of a new seed treatment technology center in Memphis, Tennessee. The new seed treatment technology center will focus on improving the discovery and development of biological and traditional
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 29, 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
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.
You know the feeling of eating to the point your mind goes numb, so you eat a little bit more? Domestic and global stocks of grain are looking at the