Powdery mildew typically isn’t an issue in his area, but in this installment of his South Georgia Pine podcast, Andrew Sawyer says it’s apparent in spots.
The winter appears to be nearing its end in South Georgia and the time for Georgia cotton producers to start planting is getting closer each day. By the time planting […]
Here are a few questions that I received over the last few days or so. Thought all might benefit?
Thrips are the most consistent insect pest of cotton in Georgia and the Southeast. Near 100 percent of the cotton planted will be infested by thrips each year. For this […]
Dicamba and 2,4-D herbicides, sprayed directly on trees at full rates, kill the plant material they touch, but they don’t travel through the tree or linger from year to year, […]
The new edition of the 2018 Peanut Rx is now available. The Spotted Wilt Index and the Peanut Fungal Disease Risk Index were successfully combined in 2005 to produce the […]
Its time to burn down those herbicide strips in pecan orchards in preparation for the growing season. There are many combinations of herbicide applications you could use. Here are a […]
Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary W. Black presented Georgia State Governor Nathan Deal with a 100 percent Georgia Grown cotton t-shirt during a press conference held at the Georgia State […]
Automated data collection and analysis pipelines are changing the way humans generate and use information. At the University of Georgia, researchers harness the power of advanced sensing, robotics and big-data […]
In 2018, there is the possibility that peanut growers may face a shortage of chlorothalonil (brand names Bravo, Echo, others). In addition to this, many growers are also not able […]