Florida Corn: Variety Performance, Selection for 2022 Feb 9, 2022

🕔Feb 9, 2022
One of the first row crops to be planted each year is corn. Florida plantings typically range from late February through April, varying by grower and production system. Three consecutive […]

Florida Peanuts: Time to Check Maturity, Get Ready for Harvest Sep 13, 2021

🕔Sep 13, 2021
The peanut crop continues to advance. In the aGDD Tracker below you can see that all of the March and most of the April planted peanuts have reached or pasted optimum maturity […]

Florida Peanuts: Most Fields Look 30-60 Days to Peak Maturity Sep 1, 2021

🕔Sep 1, 2021
The days keep ticking by as we progress through this 2021 crop year. As you can see in the aGDD Tracker below, most March and early April planted fields have reached or […]

Florida: Peanut Rust Found, Scout Your Fields Aug 30, 2021

🕔Aug 30, 2021
As we near the end of August, many peanut fields in the Panhandle range from 100 to 125 days after planting (DAP). This late in the season, some growers are […]

Florida Peanuts: Insects, Fungal Pests on the Rise Aug 3, 2021

🕔Aug 3, 2021
Fields have dried out somewhat allowing for the resumption of field activities previously halted by saturated conditions. This is fortunate since both insect and fungal pests appear to be on […]

Florida: Peanut Field Day, Marianna, Aug. 19 Jul 9, 2021

🕔Jul 9, 2021
We are happy to announce that everything is on track for our 2021 UF Peanut Field Day. It is scheduled for the morning of August 19, 2021 in Marianna, at the North […]

Florida Peanuts: Worm ID Is Essential for Control Jun 23, 2021

🕔Jun 23, 2021
Caterpillar sightings in young peanut fields have skyrocketed over the past week, with calls pouring into local extension offices. Some fields as young as 25 days after planting are exhibiting […]

Florida: How’s Your Crop Fertility After Recent Heavy Rains? May 3, 2021

🕔May 3, 2021
With the 2021 crop season upon us, many people have already spread fertilizer and either already planted or are in the process now. But heavy rains, on Saturday, April 24, […]

Florida Corn, Soybeans: Springtime Means Cutworms – Scout Fields Now Apr 28, 2021

🕔Apr 28, 2021
Florida has several species of cutworms that can be problematic year to year in cropping systems, especially corn and soybeans. Larvae are capable of overwintering and surviving the winter here, […]

Cotton – Southeast – The Crop Eases Into A Better Gear, Finally – AgFax Jun 17, 2020

🕔Jun 17, 2020
Drier weather and more sunshine are helping move the crop along but an assortment of pests are waiting in the wings.

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