The Grape Growing and Wine Festival 2018 will be from 4:30-8 p.m. April 7 at Rio Farms Inc., 25601 N. Farm-to-Market Road 88 in Monte Alto. The festival is presented in cooperation […]
It’s time to start gearing up for the 2018 nitrogen program in Georgia pecans. In this installment of his South Georgia Pine podcast, Andrew Sawyer delves into the two main […]
Spring conditions over the past week have finally turned favorable for growth. After a very warm winter, a long bloom with periods of cold weather, followed by a few weeks […]
PCAs continue to assess the potential crop, looking for localized instances of light loads where nitrogen rates could be trimmed.
Conditions have finally turned favorable for growth. After a very warm winter, a long bloom with periods of cold weather, followed by a few weeks of wet weather, trees are […]
This week’s AgFax Weekend – China Needs U.S. Soy | Wasting Corn Seed? | U.S. Soy Stocks are Record Breaking | and more.
Average retail fertilizer prices inched higher the third week of March 2018, continuing a trend that has been in place since last fall, according to retailers surveyed by DTN. One […]
We’ve officially hit budbreak this week in our pecans. This is the same 4-year-old Ellis pecans where we had the pruning clinic. This is the time we start our first […]
I apologize for the confusion regarding Pindar but I wanted to clarify some things regarding its use in pecan: Pindar is a combination of oxyflurofen, a PPO MoA, and pinoxsulam, […]
President Donald Trump late Thursday imposed tariffs on $60 billion in Chinese goods on the grounds that China had treated U.S. companies unfairly by coercing them into surrendering trade secrets […]