Arkansas Peanuts: Avoiding Cold Injury Oct 19, 2018
During the 2017 cropping season there were reports of freeze injury on peanut in Arkansas. Those that were injured were dug a day or two before morning temperatures dipped a […]
Colder-than-average temperatures earlier this spring have delayed the growth of most forages in the Midwest, pushing back when these crops will be harvested. The lack of early season growth will […]
Missouri Corn, Wheat: Cold Damage Concerns Apr 9, 2018
The unseasonably cold, wet spring has presented numerous challenges across the state, especially in areas where corn has already been planted or where wheat has hit the jointing stage. In […]
Michigan is no stranger to wide fluctuations in weather patterns. In southern Lower Michigan, recent daytime temperatures reached 60 degrees Fahrenheit. While the warmer temperatures were welcomed by most people, […]
South Dakota Corn, Soybeans: Cold Damage, Recovery May 19, 2015
Row-crop planting in South Dakota began relatively early in the spring of 2015 and has progressed at a rapid pace. As of May 17th, 46% of corn was emerged, well […]
The recent surge of cold weather could be damaging to Louisiana’s wheat crop, depending on the severity and duration of the below-freezing temperatures, according to LSU AgCenter wheat specialist Josh […]
Georgia: Small Grains Unharmed from Recent Freeze Jan 19, 2015
Very cold temperatures seen on Jan. 8 caused some leaf damage and burn among small grains but should not pose any major problems.
A week after below freezing temperatures is a good time to assess the damage to canola and see if the growing point is alive.