The challenge to burning down grasses before planting has become increasingly difficult in the last half dozen years. There are two reasons for the sketchy grass control with the traditional […]
As many of you know, Georgia cotton growers are faced with big challenges every year, including boll rot, Bacterial blight, Cotton leafroll dwarf virus, Fusarium wilt, nematodes, Target spot, Areolate […]
Our second series of presentations for the 2021 Cotton Focus Video Series are from Dr. Larry Steckel’s program. Dr. Steckel and his PhD student, Clay Perkins, will be presenting two […]
To kick off the 2021 Cotton Focus Video Series, we are extremely grateful to have two videos from Dr. Scott Stewart- one discussing updates on thrips and one discussing updates […]
Cotton, corn, soybeans, wheat. These row crops make up the bulk of row crop agriculture across Tennessee and a new certification from University of Tennessee Extension is now available for […]
Soybeans: Mid-South Variety Testing Database Survey Jan 22, 2021
Growing regions often cross state lines but variety test information is typically reported by state. To provide stakeholders with a clearer picture of variety performance, a project is underway to […]
Soybean Herbicide Tolerance Trait Summary Jan 13, 2021
Herbicide resistant traits available in soybean continue to increase. It does not seem that long ago that there was either Roundup Ready or conventional soybean. There are no less than […]
The Feb 4th Virtual Tennessee Grain and Soybean conference is now open for registration. Attendees must pre-register by January 31st in order to receive a Zoom invitation to the meeting.
There are two VIRTUAL county meetings coming up next week that many of you may be interested in attending.
What’s the difference between a filly and a foal? What about tillage and no-till farming? What does “aquaponics” mean? These and many other questions are answered in a new publication […]