More rain was in the forecast in the Midsouth this week. If the forecast plays true, more planting delays are in the cards. How much that affects final acreage remains […]
If you ask experienced furrow irrigated rice producers one thing is clear, they recognize only a small, if any, yield reduction. MSU Researchers, recognizing the significant yield reduction observed in […]
Off target drift of paraquat has increased with the use of paraquat burndown behind the planter for resistance management.
Poultry litter has been used to produce Mississippi crops for decades. However, most often it has fertilized hay and forage crops grown near the production facilities. The increased volatility of […]
Justin Ferguson of the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation sat down with Jason and Bobby during the Tri State Soybean Forum in January to discuss the function of Farm Bureau and […]
Bill O’Neal of Allendale Planting Company in Shelby decided to plant furrow irrigated rice om some variable grade, hilly fields on the Delta riverside. Here are his results.
“On farm” trials evaluate real world data, uncontrollable and sometimes un-explainable, but hopefully with enough time and locations, the data gives producers a glimpse of what they can expect on […]
Jason and Bobby sit down with Tim Clements, a soybean producer from Greenville, MS. Topics include the Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board, field ruts, burndown, and soybean planting date. http://extension.msstate.edu/sites/default/files/audio/Tim%20Clements%201-4-19%20soybean.mp3
Bobby Golden and Jason Bond visit with Mississippi and Arkansas soybean specialists Trent Irby and Jeremy Ross about soybean production challenges entering the 2019 crop year. Topics include field preparation, […]
Cotton will not return to the throne as king of Mississippi’s row crops, but the former monarch did provide one of the few bright spots in 2018 commodity value estimates. […]