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 […]
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
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 […]
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 bolls are open ahead of schedule, nationwide and in states that were grazed by Hurricane Dorian. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)
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.
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 […]
Preliminary reports indicate that damage to the cotton crop ranges from severe to very little, with the most damage obviously in near-coastal counties and the Blacklands – but we will […]
Andrew Sawyer, Area Extension Pecan Specialist in southeast Georgia, emphasizes the need to stay on top of late-season pests.
One day after Hurricane Dorian crept past Florida’s Atlantic coast, impacts to the state’s agricultural and natural resources-based industries appear to be minimal, according to an economist with the University […]