I wanted to share some photos of an insect we are seeing more in our row crops and even some vegetables. It is called the Garden Flea Hopper and looks […]
In 2017, peanut growers of the Panhandle and North Central regions in Florida, and many areas in Georgia faced a number of issues. In addition to high disease, insect pests, […]
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Co-Op Fraud | NC Crops – Worst Timing | Resistant Weeds Demand Attention | and more.
Do you still need to apply a fungicide in peanuts where digging hasn’t started? Andrew Sawyer addresses that question in this installment of his popular South Georgia Pine podcast.
The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is offering assistance with pesticide and fertilizer disposal through the Pesticide Disposal Assistance Program. They will be adding additional pesticide collection dates […]
Peanut prices received by farmers for all farmer stock peanuts averaged 23.2 cents per pound for the week ending September 15, unchanged from the previous week. Marketings of all farmer […]
Palmer pigweed, marestail and all the other bad boys are gaining a head start with harvest starting early in many areas. How you deal with weeds after harvest this year […]
We are digging peanuts and if anything we could use a good inch of rain. Some places are getting pretty hard and growers will have a time trying to get […]
On Tuesday, the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) at the University of Missouri released its Baseline Update for U.S. Farm Income and the Farm Balance Sheet. Today’s update includes […]
Drought expanded and intensified across the Pacific Northwest and northern Plains during the past month, while heavy to excessive rainfall resulted in major drought reduction throughout the middle to lower […]