Almonds – California – Hull Split Sprays Roaring Along In Front Of Prolonged Heat Wave – AgFax Jul 11, 2020
A heatwave has taken shape in the Central Valley, with triple-digit highs deep into July. Hotter conditions could influence how almonds progress toward maturity and also fire up more mite and insect activity.
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Farmland Values Steady | Dicamba Injury Worse Than Ever | Farm Bureau Pres. Positive for Coronavirus | and more.
Rice Harvest Starts In South Louisiana – AgFax Jul 9, 2020
Heading has begun in a few more fields in Arkansas and Mississippi, and more heads should be coming out next week.
Persistent rain in parts of the Midsouth is complicating application timing and raising concerns about wash-offs.
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Cotton – Southwest – Triple Digits Ahead – AgFax Jul 8, 2020
With a forecast calling for at least a week of 100-degree days, even irrigation pumps running at high capacity will be stressed.
California Almonds: Growers Move Into Hull Split Spraying With Plenty Of Approaches – AgFax Jul 5, 2020
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In this week’s AgFax Weekend – U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement in Effect | Flexibilities for Filing or Failed, Prevented Planted Acres | and more.
Plant bugs are being treated and more applications may be necessary, but concerns exist about flaring spider mites and whitefly by taking out beneficial insects too early.
Just when Midsouth rice really needs sunshine, overcast skies have been lingering over a wide part of the region. Rainy conditions account for part of the cloud cover, but dust from Africa’s Saharan Desert adds to the effect.