Fusarium Head Blight, also know as head scab, can be devastating when it occurs. The U.S. wheat industry loss over three billion dollars due to head scab in the 1990s. […]
The 2019 North Alabama Fertility College will be Wednesday, February 13 from 10 am-2 pm at the Alabama A & M University Winfred Thomas Agricultural Research Station (WTARS) at 372 […]
The 2019 Cherokee County Cotton Production Meeting will be Thursday, January 31 from 10 am-noon at the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce Room on the Centre Campus of Gadsden State […]
Engenia (BASF), Xtendimax (Bayer), FeXapan (Corteva) are all restricted use pesticide. So, a valid RUP is required for purchased. Also, these herbicides are “For retail sale to and use only […]
1. Plant High Quality Seed Farmers think they are saving money by planting bin-run wheat seed, but often it costs them money. Research has shown when a farmer’s seed is […]
Rainfall has eased up across much of the Southeast over the last week, and drier conditions have reduced the risk of boll rot and hard locking in early-planted cotton. In places, […]
I have encountered a serious problem, a hardpan 3-4 inches deep, in dozens of fields over the last two years that is robbing north Alabama growers of yield and profits […]
The insect caused havoc in 2017 in Georgia and parts of Alabama. Will it be a factor in late-planted cotton this year?
Auburn Extension cotton entomologist, Dr. Ron Smith, and Extension agronomist Eddie McGriff will host a mid-season cotton scout school and insect meeting on Wednesday, July 25. We will meet at 10 […]
Stink bugs are becoming more obvious in parts of the region and treatments have started in Georgia in scattered locations.