We are quickly approaching the period of time in which we typically apply PGRs. Unfortunately, May was not kind and June has been dry. Many are struggling with figuring out […]
Tennessee: 3 Soybean Scout School in July Jun 21, 2022
UT’s Soybean Scout Schools will be held in July. These field-side programs cover the basics of soybean growth, scouting, pest identification, and general management.
There have been several reports last week of multiple glyphosate and/or clethodim applications not controlling barnyardgrass or junglerice. We really do not know the precise reasons for the lack of […]
Getting reports from several consultants frustrated with the lack of Palmer amaranth control after applications of either Dicamba or Enlist One in cotton and soybean. Indeed, in our second year […]
Tennessee Corn: Is It Time to Irrigate ? Jun 17, 2022
Corn is not sensitive to water limitations in early vegetative stages, but it’s important to watch the growth stages and soil type when timing irrigation.
I’ve received several phone calls over the past few days about threecornered alfafa hoppers in V-stage beans. Many of the questions are related to the recent cotton injury that was […]
Judging by our research plots as well as walking some cotton and soybean fields most Pre applied herbicides are playing out about 7 to 10 days quicker than last spring. […]
The main question is do I further stress struggling cotton with a Dual Magnum, Outlook or Warrant application? The answer to this question the first few days of June was […]
Large rainfall events and cool weather in late May strained Tennessee’s cotton crop. In some areas, individuals are considering replanting cotton that failed to emerge or cotton that appears to […]
The beginning of June is always a busy planting and spray window. It will be more so this spring with most of last week a wash to get much field […]