We have reached the time of year when we begin to see a lot of odd things happening to the foliage of pecan trees. The long season is coming to […]
The harvest in 2018 has been marred by frequent rains that resulted in soybeans in portions of the state being left out longer than desired. As expected, more attention to […]
Let’s face it – we’ve had historic rains in parts of Ohio during 2018 and we are now observing many late season issues that come with this. Seed quality is […]
Jay Magnussen can’t think of one reason why his stalks would be at risk for lodging this year. Instead, he can think of three — right off the top of […]
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending July 23, 2017. County Comments Steven Patrick, Habersham County Heat and humidity are taking their toll on fescue pastures. Afternoon showers are […]
Some of the 2016 Nebraska corn crop experienced prolonged stress and sometimes wounding earlier this season. While most of the crop looks good, we are beginning to see early evidence […]
Anthracnose, Septoria brown spot, target spot, and soybean rust are currently the major problem diseases for Mississippi soybean growers with ongoing favorable development conditions.
Did you notice yellow, flagging almond branches this spring? The anthracnose fungus, Colletotrichum acutatum, overwinters in infected mummies left on the tree and in dead twigs or branches resulting from […]
By Rick Bogren, LSU AgCenter Choosing the proper fungicide and alternating among those in different chemical groups are important considerations in managing diseases in pecan trees, experts told the audience […]
Comparing damage and symptoms from bacterial spot, anthracnose, and plantbugs.