Delta rice farmers are flushing fields like crazy – or pushing into an early flood. Texas growers are scrambling to put water on fields. In Texas, demand for water taxes […]
Dr. Bobby Golden, Extension rice and soil fertility agronomist, and Dr. Jason Bond, weed scientist with the MSU Delta Research and Extension Center, discuss the latest updates on rice, diseases, […]
Hot, dry weather has forced growers into flushing significant acreage in the Midsouth. Temperatures have edged into the 90s now and windy conditions have further pulled out soil moisture.
Spring’s cool temperatures have rice producers playing the waiting game in Mississippi. The crop is 60 percent planted, but very little of it has emerged, said Bobby Golden, a rice […]
Plenty of heat helps puny plants rebound and gives farmers a huge opening to finish planting the 2018 crop.
Parts of Arkansas set record for average low temperatures and plants in parts of Louisiana are ready for a flood but too short to take one.
Data from “on farm” trials are helping MSU Researchers understand some of the yield perimeters associated with furrow irrigated rice. If you ask experienced furrow irrigated rice producers one thing […]
Producing rice in a “rowed-up” manner as other row crops such as corn, soybean, and cotton was a foreign concept just a couple of years ago. Row rice or furrow […]
Producers in Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi may see record soybean yields across the region in 2018, said LSU AgCenter associate vice president and plant science program leader Rogers Leonard at the […]