Georgia Small Grains: Big Losses from Fusarium Head Blight May 12, 2015

🕔May 12, 2015
Looking at wheat fields throughout the state, it is evident that FHB is the major cause of disease problems and the yield loss appears to be substantial.

Southern Grains – Replanting Decisions In The Works – AgFax May 8, 2015

🕔May 8, 2015
At least some replanting will be needed in corn, grain sorghum, soybeans and rice in portions of Arkansas. Much of this appears to be linked to rapid soil drying and […]

Southern Corn – More Rain Delays And Chance For Smaller Plantings – AgFax Apr 17, 2015

🕔Apr 17, 2015
Rains over the last week have continued to put corn planting on hold across parts of the South. We’re still hearing about scattered areas where only 10% of the crop […]

Southern Grain Crops Already Getting A Bit “Wormy” – AgFax May 22, 2014

🕔May 22, 2014
Bollworms continue to turn up in soybeans and corn in parts of the Midsouth. Armyworms have been treated in wheat in various areas and, depending on the location, have been […]

Southern Grain: Earworms Already in Soybeans – AgFax May 16, 2014

🕔May 16, 2014
Bollworms/corn earworms are becoming evident in some Midsouth soybeans and a limited amount of acreage has been treated in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi.

Soybean Planting Becomes More Apparent In Midsouth – AgFax Apr 25, 2014

🕔Apr 25, 2014
Soybeans have been planted on a wider scale in the Midsouth over the last week.

Southern Grain: Freeze Effects? Corn Planting Slogs Along – AgFax Apr 19, 2014

🕔Apr 19, 2014
Light frost and some lows into the 20s were reported this week in parts of the lower South.

Southern Grain: Corn Planting Lags; Real Question, How Much Corn – AgFax Mar 16, 2014

🕔Mar 16, 2014
With at least some corn acres swinging this year to other crops, it doesn’t sound like many people are frantic yet. Plenty of uncertainty remains about how crop mixes will […]

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