Alabama Peanuts: Stand Loss – What’s the Problem? Jun 1, 2020

🕔Jun 1, 2020
Stand Loss There have been several reports of stand loss in Alabama and Georgia peanut crops this year. There may be several causes of this loss including seed quality and […]

2020 World Cotton Outlook: Bearish Effect from Multiple Factors Feb 15, 2020

🕔Feb 15, 2020
National Cotton Council economists point to a few key factors that will shape the U.S. cotton industry’s 2020 economic outlook. This past year can be characterized as a year with […]

Cotton Acres Expected To Slip In 2020 – NCC Survey Feb 15, 2020

🕔Feb 15, 2020
U.S. cotton producers intend to plant 13.0 million cotton acres this spring, down 5.5% from 2019 (based on USDA’s February 2020 estimate), according to the National Cotton Council’s 39th Annual […]

Dicamba: Arkansas Slaps $105,000 Fine On Farmer For Alleged Misuse Oct 25, 2019

🕔Oct 25, 2019
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Plant Board met on October 23 and fined a Missouri farmer $105,000 for nine violations of Arkansas laws and regulations regarding the use of dicamba […]

Georgia Meeting Will Cover Trade Aid, Disaster Recovery Assistance Oct 5, 2019

🕔Oct 5, 2019
The University of Georgia Extension and Georgia FSA are hosting producer education meetings throughout the state of Georgia, Oct. 8-11. Meetings will be held in Bainbridge, Tifton, Douglas, Reynolds, Waynesboro, […]

North Carolina: Making The Case For Non-Bt Corn Oct 3, 2019

🕔Oct 3, 2019
All growers who plant Bt corn in North Carolina are required by law to plant non-Bt corn (refuge). Details are specified on the bag tag, but non-Bt corn must represent […]

Alabama Peanuts: Making Pest Decisions In Late Fields Sep 25, 2019

🕔Sep 25, 2019
Although many crops are close to harvest and treating those crops may not make sense, the drought conditions in the eastern half of the state have worsened in recent weeks […]

Cotton: Post-Hurricane USDA Conditions, Open-Boll Estimate – Audio Sep 10, 2019

🕔Sep 10, 2019
Cotton bolls are open ahead of schedule, nationwide and in states that were grazed by Hurricane Dorian. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)    

Mississippi Soybeans: Diseases Becoming More Apparent Sep 9, 2019

🕔Sep 9, 2019
For the most part, 2019 has been rather quiet when it comes to soybean diseases. However, some things are starting to be observed across Mississippi.

Arkansas Rice: Yield Trends, Estimating Combine Losses Sep 7, 2019

🕔Sep 7, 2019
Yields are rolling in a little more this week. The southern part of the state is much further along overall. From I-40 north, things are really just starting good. Overall […]

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