Nebraska: Most Soybean Diseases Not Treatable This Year Aug 24, 2015

🕔Aug 24, 2015
Over the past week we have seen a buildup of disease activity in soybeans. White mold or Sclerotinia Stem Rot continues to be reported. This is a good example of […]

Nebraska Alfalfa: Thickening Older Stands Aug 7, 2015

🕔Aug 7, 2015
Thickening Alfalfa Stands Last spring was a tough time getting good new alfalfa stands established and some older stands are facing natural thinnning.  Given new alfalfa fields can be expensive […]

Ohio Soybeans: Late Season Diseases Popping Up Aug 4, 2015

🕔Aug 4, 2015
All of the rain during May, June, & July continues to impact the soybean crop in some areas of the state during 2015 in Ohio.  Surveys of our plots and […]

Flint on Crops: The Dog Days of Summer Are Here Aug 3, 2015

🕔Aug 3, 2015
Like most of you probably I have heard “older folks” talk about the Dog Days of summer most of my life but I had no idea of why this time […]

Soybeans: Top Three Insect-Scouting Tips to Minimize Yield Loss Jul 6, 2015

🕔Jul 6, 2015
If an insect lands on a soybean plant but there’s no one there to hear it, does it make a sound? As you contemplate the answer to that question, think […]

Louisiana: Corn, Soybean Production Forum Slated Feb. 3 at Delhi Jan 16, 2015

🕔Jan 16, 2015
The LSU AgCenter will hold a crop production forum for northeast Louisiana farmers on Feb. 3 in Delhi. The event, to be held at the Delhi Civic Center, will begin […]

Louisiana Soybeans: Non-GMO High-Oleic Varieties on Horizon Jan 13, 2015

🕔Jan 13, 2015
New soybean varieties featuring oil with high oleic content are on the horizon, Jim Carroll, a farmer from Brinkley, Arkansas, told growers and industry representatives at the 2015 Tri-State Soybean […]

Georgia Pecans: Small Nut Size Caused by Weather Jan 13, 2015

🕔Jan 13, 2015
Too much, and then too little, rain left Georgia pecan growers with smaller and, sometimes, empty nuts this season. The small size of pecans in the crop this year is […]

California Almonds: Managing Bacterial Spot Jan 5, 2015

🕔Jan 5, 2015
The most effective management program includes a delayed dormant (January) bactericide application to reduce inoculum and at least one in-season application around rainfall events and rising temperatures (mid- to late […]

Timing, Restraint are Keys in Fungicide Efficacy, Data Show — DTN Dec 26, 2014

🕔Dec 26, 2014
Spray once when conditions are right for disease and don’t expect any miracles — that’s the takeaway from the 2014 Corn Disease Working Group’s regional corn fungicide summary. “Where we […]

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