Alabama: Scattered Showers Benefit Crops – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 16, 2013. EXTENSION/FSA COMMENTS: General: The week’s average mean temperatures ranged [...]
Arkansas Peanuts: More Acres Planted Than Were Projected
Growers this year planted an estimated 11,000 acres, down from 18,000 in 2012 but slightly higher than early estimates projected.
RiceTec Hybrid Rice Report, June 14, 2013
Texas rice in early heading. See comments from Derrol Grymes.
Hybrid buffer to catch drift? See Nick Ragsdell's report.
More Midsouth rice going to flood...finally..
Nitrogen rate, timing reminders.
Market update, reminders about tours, field days.
California Almonds: Hull Rot — Cultural and Chemical Management
By making conditions less favorable for the fungi, the number of hull rot strikes can be reduced.
Florida Peanuts: Look for Caterpillar Pests, Cutworms
Finding threshold levels of Granulate Cutworms (cutworm) in several fields is cause for concern.
Georgia: Deep South Stocker Conference Slated Aug. 8-9
The 2-day event includes live animal demonstrations, hands-on opportunities and educational seminars at Athens and Watkinsville.
Illinois: Screening for Herbicide Resistant Waterhemp
We are pleased to announce that, with continued financial support from the Illinois Soybean Association, we are offering free screening [...]
Indiana: Severe Storms Bring Rain, Some Wind Damage – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 16, 2013. AGRICULTURAL SUMMARY Strong storms moved across parts of the [...]
Iowa: Wanted — Soybean Fields with Seedling Blight
This will be our third year surveying soybean fields with seedling blight in an effort to identify what pathogen species [...]
Kansas: Little Rain, Above Average Temperatures – US-DA
For the week ending June 16, 2013, temperatures were above normal across the State with the hottest temperatures in western [...]
Kentucky: Soybean Planting at 63% While Wheat Harvest Gets Underway – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 16, 2013. AGRICULTURAL NEWS: Weather for the past week consisted of [...]
Louisiana Cotton: State’s Acreage of 125,000 Lowest in History
Louisiana has the lowest cotton acreage in recorded history, with the state’s farmers planting an estimated 125,000 acres this year, [...]
Mississippi: Field Day Scheduled July 11 in Pontotoc
Growers, crop consultants and other agriculture professionals in north Mississippi can learn about the latest crop research and emerging technologies [...]
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Missouri: Good Week for Planting Before Weekend Rains – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 16, 2013. Agricultural Summary Warm dry weather allowed for substantial planting [...]
Nebraska: Soybean and Sorghum Planting Nearly Complete – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 16, 2013. Winter wheat was beginning to turn color in southern [...]
North Carolina: Severe Weather Causes Wind and Hail Damage – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 16, 2013. GENERAL: There were 4.0 days suitable for field work [...]
Ohio Soybeans: Postemergence Applications — Waiting Too Long?
It’s another POST soybean season, and we have largely been receiving questions similar to the past several years. These include [...]
Oklahoma: Sunny And Dry With Small Grains Harvest – US-DA
Most of the week was sunny and dry, allowing for substantial progress in the harvest of small grains and canola. [...]
South Carolina: Crops Progressing Well as Fields Dry Out – US-DA
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 16, 2013. GENERAL Rainfall amounts varied widely across the State during [...]
Tennessee: Wheat Harvest Finally Began – US-DA
Farmers took advantage of good weather conditions across the state last week and finally began to harvest the wheat crop. [...]
Texas Crop Weather: Scattered Showers and Warmer Temperatures Across the State
AgriLife Extension district reporters compiled the following summaries for the week of June 8–15: Central: The region had scattered showers, [...]
Virginia: Another Wet Week With Excessive Rainfall – US-DA
It was another wet week for the Old Dominion. Scattered showers and heavy storms brought excessive rainfall; some counties in [...]
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