Alabama: Wiregrass Cotton Expo Scheduled Feb. 6 at Dothan
Smart decisions prior to planting will be crucial to Southeastern cotton producers’ profitability this year. William Birdsong, an agronomist with […]
Arkansas: Irrigation Expo Slated for Feb. 25 at Stuttgart
Making the most of available water — one of farming’s most precious resources — will be the focus of the […]
California Almonds: Dormant Sprays Not Reducing Lower Limb Dieback
Lower limb dieback continues to be a problem in some area almond orchards, especially in the Padre and Butte varieties. […]
Florida: Choosing Correct Liming Material
Based upon the recommendations of a reputable soil pH report, this time of year may be a good time to […]
Shurley On Cotton: NCC Planting Intentions Could Sway Market
For the fourth time since last spring, prices have again failed to hold support as new negative forces overtake the […]
Illinois: Is Bigger Better When it Comes to Farm Size?
The idea that larger farms have a more efficient cost structure was explored in the July 18, 2014 article. That […]
Kansas: Wild Hog Input Sought by USDA
When wildlife populations bloom or problems arise from certain wildlife species, an allowance for sport hunting might come immediately to […]
Louisiana: Cover Crop Benefits and Management Options
Cover crops can improve soil health, but it is important to make careful decisions when choosing and growing them. Farmers […]
Minnesota: Registration Open For Pro Research Update Meetings
Registration for the 2015 University of Minnesota Research Update for Ag Professionals is available on-line or by mail. Registration fee is $45 prior […]
Mississippi Outdoors: Winter a Good Time for Fish Habitat Improvements
As a fisherman, which is more pleasing: casting mindlessly into an open expanse of water, or carefully casting around a […]
Missouri: Insect Management Guide, Resistence Research
The new 2015 Pest Management Guide for Missouri is available, while the University of Missouri is increasing its resistance monitoring.
Nebraska: Weather Outlook Uncertain, Storms Could Lie Ahead
Our meteorological winter has reached its midpoint and Nebraska has been fortunate enough to have escaped the endless string of […]
Tennessee: Grains And Agronomy Highlight Winter Meetings
Make sure you take advantage of the upcoming crop production meetings scheduled over the next few weeks. Pesticide re-certification and […]
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Texas Crop Weather: Cotton Harvest Wrap-Up Delayed by Wet Weather
A variety of factors – mostly weather — have delayed the finishing of the cotton harvest in the Panhandle, Rolling […]
Tobacco: Contract Volumes Headed Down?
Substantially fewer acres of flue-cured appear on the way, if the reports of much reduced contract volumes are accurate.
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