Peanut growers will need to consider different factors with the cooler temperatures that we will be experiencing the next few days and nights. Following are some thoughts from UGA Extension […]
Colder weather will put planting on hold in the upper Southeast, but farmers in the lower half of the region have somewhat better conditions and are rolling hard.
Pollination is nearly complete and the crop currently looks like a bin buster. In this episode of the South Georgia Pine podcast, Area Pecan Specialist Andrew Sawyer discusses impacts of […]
Vigor or the rate of seedling growth influences seedling injury from thrips. Thrips initially feed on the underside of cotyledons; damaged cotyledons will appear silvery on the lower surface of […]
In Georgia essentially all of the crop has been transplanted, while weather has been less favorable in the Carolinas.
After too much rain and cold weather, planting weather looks much better going into May. Farmers have plenty of ground to cover.
Georgia Peanuts: Dealing with Snails Apr 29, 2020
After several inches of rain last week an interesting observation was made where peanuts were recently planted. Snails were present in high numbers in this conventionally tilled field. Normally, we […]
Growers will get ONE chance in fighting seedling disease in their crops, which is especially important for peanuts and cotton. The risk of seedling disease is a summation of contributions […]
Georgia: Tips to Increase On-Farm Biodiversity Apr 27, 2020
The future of food and farms is largely dependent on the collective effort of us all to support more sustainable practices in agriculture — it’s not enough to just be […]
We are seeing some common issues on young trees at this time. I want to show you some photos to help note the difference in nutrient deficiencies and glyphosate injury. […]