Alabama

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California

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California Cotton Defoliation – Gearing Up Early – AgFax9-19

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California: 42 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas9-17

Colorado


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Florida

Florida Peanuts: Spiderling is Emerging Weed Problem9-19

Florida Peanuts: When it Rains it Pours9-18

Georgia

Georgia Peanuts: Some Dryland Fields Will Make, Some Won’t9-19

Georgia Cotton: Wet Weather Causing Boll Rot, Hard Lock9-19

Georgia: Question of the Week – Lightning9-19

Georgia: Rains Falling at the Wrong Times9-19

Georgia Cotton: Decisions for Defoliation Timing9-19

Georgia Soybeans: Kudzu Bug Numbers Much Lower This Season9-19

Georgia Pecans: Nut Development Still 10 Days Behind Schedule9-18

Illinois

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Indiana

Indiana: Corn Growers Should Consider Keeping Crops at Home, Says Economist9-18

Iowa

Iowa: Crops Ahead of Last Year, Behind Average – USDA9-22

Kansas

Kansas: Cold Snap May Have Nipped Sorghum, Soybeans More than Corn9-19

Kentucky

Kentucky Corn: BASF Emphasizes ‘Systems Approach’ to Crop Management9-17

Louisiana

Louisiana: Diagnosing Nematode Damage9-19

Louisiana: Mid South Domestic Ag Labor Seminar Oct. 14 in Alexandria9-18

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

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Flint on Crops: Wheat Deserves More Attention9-22

Mississippi: Hay Production May Not Satisfy Demand This Winter9-19

Mississippi: Sow Winter Cover Crops and Reap Improved Soil9-19

Missouri

Nebraska

Nebraska: Multiple Herbicide-Resistant Weeds and Challenges Ahead9-19

New Jersey

New Mexico

North Carolina

North Carolina: Mycotoxins Continue to Pose Problems9-19

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North Carolina Soybeans: Treating for Bean Leaf Beetles, Stink Bugs9-17

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Ohio

Ohio: Crop Development Continues to Lag – USDA9-22

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

Tennessee

Tennessee: Final Thoughts on Bugs9-19

Tennessee: Cotton Yield Monitoring with the Case-IH and Deere Pickers9-18

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Texas

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Texas: Farm Bill Education Program Slated Oct. 1 at Frost9-19

Virginia

Virginia Peanuts: Checking on Maturity9-19

Wisconsin

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