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Identity preservation: time to start planning.

Clearfield stewardship: points to remember.

Seed supply update: limited availability on some choices.

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Alabama:

Alabama: New Storm Delays Field Activities Again – USDA 5-5

Alabama Surfaces As A Bright Spot In Declining Catfish Industry 5-4

Arizona:

Arizona: Cotton Planting Reaches 70% in Mostly Good Condition – USDA 5-5

Arkansas:

Arkansas Cotton: Farmers Plant A Big Chunk Of Crop In Last Week 5-9

Arkansas Corn, Grain Sorghum: Wind Becomes Big Issue 5-9

Arkansas Rice: Planting Pace Picks Up 5-9

Arkansas: Good Rice Planting Despite Storms – USDA 5-5

Arkansas: Soybean Cash Market Sees Sharp Late-Week Decline 5-5

 

 

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Planting Guidelines, Recs For Hybrid Rice In 2014

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March 18, 2014

 

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Planting dates and seeding rates: hitting your goals.

Grain drill calibration: can we be of help?

Identity preservation: time to start planning.

Clearfield stewardship: points to remember.

Seed supply update: limited availability on some choices.

03192013

 

California:

California Rice: Planting Progresses Despite Tight Water Supplies 5-8

AgFax Almond Review: Drought Takes Toll; Sea Lion Rescued from Orchard 5-7

California: Cotton Continues on Track, Almonds in Kernel Fill – USDA 5-5

Florida:

Florida: Western Flower Thrips Develop Insecticide Resistance 5-9

Florida Cotton, Peanuts: 3 Key Reminders to Start at Planting 5-9

Florida: Heavy Rains Cause State of Emergency – USDA 5-5

Florida: Jackson County Sets 60-Year April Rain Record At Key Station 5-5

Florida: Western Counties Take A Hit From Last Week’s Storms 5-4

Florida: Guard Cattle Against Toxic Cherry Leaves 5-4

Georgia:

Georgia: Question of the Week — Bladderwort 5-9

Georgia Peanuts: Plants Pushing Through 5-9

Georgia Cotton: Packing Rains, Hot Sun After Planting 5-9

Georgia: Summer Annual Forages 5-9

Georgia Peanuts: Keep an Eye on Thrips 5-9

Georgia Cotton: Minimizing Injury From At-Plant Herbicides 5-7

Georgia Pecans: Be Prepared to Treat for Nut Casebearers 5-7

Georgia Corn: Crop Yellowing from N Deficiency 5-6

Georgia: Wheat Looks Good but Rains Delay Planting – USDA 5-5

Illinois:

Illinois: Census of Ag Shows 2.3 Percent Decline in Number of Farms 5-9

Illinois: Likelihood of County Crop Insurance Payments – Historical Analysis 5-8

Illinois: Crop Insurance Performance for 2013 5-6

Illinois: Cool, Wet Conditions Limit Field Work – USDA 5-5

Illinois: Visualizing Palmer Amaranth Growth Rate 5-5

Indiana:

Start Scouting for Spring Pests at Planting 5-8

Indiana Corn: Lasting Effects of Cold Injury Uncertain Until Harvest 5-6

Indiana: Weather Continues to Delay Planting – USDA 5-5

Iowa:

Iowa Soybeans: Can You Afford to Skip the Residual? 5-9

Iowa Soybeans: Planting Depth Considerations 5-7

Iowa: Little Planting Progress Amid Cool, Wet Weather – USDA 5-5

Kansas:

Kansas: Spring Crops Field Day Slated May 29 at Parsons 5-8

Kansas: Dryland Wheat Tour, Spring Field Day Slated May 27 5-7

Kansas: Corn Half Planted, Other Crops Getting Underway – USDA 5-5

Pinnacle Ag Buying Kansas Ag Dealer Frontier Chemical 5-5

Kansas: Atrazine — Cheap Herbicide, Costly Pollutant 5-5

Kentucky:

Enlist Weed Control System – A Game Changer? Depends on the User. 5-9

Kentucky Wheat: FHB Risk Low but Will This Last? 5-7

Kentucky Wheat: Armyworm Moth Trap Captures on Rise 5-7

Louisiana:

Louisiana Rice: No Reports of Blast This Year 5-7

Louisiana: Warm, Dry Weather Speeds Up Planting – USDA 5-5

Louisiana Sorghum: Transform Granted Section 18 for Control of Sugarcane Aphid 5-5

Mississippi:

Mississippi: Pheromone Trap Counts 5-8

Mississippi Peanuts: Fungicides Labeled for Use in 2014 5-8

Mississippi: Soybean Seedling Emergence Issues 5-7

Mississippi Peanuts: Early Season Inoculant Considerations 5-7

Mississippi: Severe Storms Miss Crops but Slow Planting – USDA 5-5

Mississippi Rice: Tips to Improve Fungicide Application Effectiveness 5-5

Mississippi: Wheat Disease Update 5-5

Flint on Crops: Timing of N Application a Key Factor for Corn 5-5

Missouri:

Missouri: Good Corn Planting Progress, Soybeans Get Underway – USDA 5-5

Nebraska:

Nebraska Soybeans: Planting Depth of 1.75 Inches Advised 5-5

New Mexico:

New Mexico: Growers Apply Pre-Plant Irrigation for Cotton – USDA 5-5

North Carolina:

North Carolina Corn: What to Do About Yellow Plants? 5-8

North Carolina: Wheat Development Speeds Along, Crop in Good Condition – USDA 5-5
 

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Ohio:

Start Scouting for Spring Pests at Planting 5-8

Ohio: Reminders About Palmer Amaranth 5-6

Ohio: Potential for Insects in Corn, Soybeans 5-6

Oklahoma:

Oklahoma: No Relief for Small Grains as Wildfires Flare Up – USDA 5-5

Pennsylvania:

Pennsylvania: Consider Flexibility in Herbicides for Corn, Soybeans 5-7

Pennsylvania Corn: Is Switching Hybrids Necessary? 5-7

South Carolina:

South Carolina: Drier Weather Speeds Up Planting – USDA 5-5

Tennessee:

Tennessee Corn: Destroying and Replanting a Poor Stand 5-7

Tennessee: A Few Comments on Slugs 5-7

Tennessee: Controlling Ryegrass at 11th Hour 5-7

Tennessee: UT Cotton Scout School Scheduled May 30 5-7

Tennessee: Soybean, Cotton Planting Slowed by Rain – USDA 5-6

Tennessee Wheat: Disease Updates, Management Options 5-5

 

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Texas:

Texas Rice: What is this larvae? 5-9

Texas Sorghum: Sugarcane Aphid Pressure Intensifies in LRGV 5-9

Texas Cotton: Soil Temperature and Weed Concerns 5-9

Texas Crop Weather: Drought in All Major Grain Producing Areas 5-6

Texas: Heart of Texas Cow-Calf Clinic Set May 13 in Brownwood 5-6

Texas: Freeze Damaged Corn Being Replanted, Sorghum Improving – USDA 5-5

West Texas Livestock and Range Conference Set May 29 in Big Spring 5-5

Virginia:

Virginia: Heavy Rains Delay Planting – USDA 5-5

Virginia Wheat: Head Scab Risk Alert 5-5


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