First of all, we pray that everyone is safe from Hurricane Florence and that damage to homes and property are minimal to none. Our thoughts and prayers go out to […]
The NC Cotton Field Day, previously scheduled for this Thursday, has been CANCELLED and will likely be rescheduled for next year. We encourage everyone to take the necessary precautions / […]
I still am hoping this article isn’t necessary, but it seems that forecasters are more certain that Hurricane Florence will make landfall in NC. Only a very little cotton has […]
NOTE FROM NCSU: The NC Cotton Field Day, previously scheduled for this Thursday, has been CANCELLED and will likely be rescheduled for next year. We encourage everyone to take the necessary […]
Recently, cotton producers have been concerned with areolate mildew (Ramularia areola syn. Ramularia gossypii) in North Carolina cotton. This disease is not common to North Carolina, but recent wet weather […]
Applications for aphids will likely be necessary in Alabama to make it possible to scout for bollworm eggs and hatching worms later this month. See comments by Ron Smith.
Stink bugs are becoming more obvious in parts of the region and treatments have started in Georgia in scattered locations.
Our contacts continue telling us about finding blooms in fields that are just down the road from cotton that has barely emerged. We hesitate to declare that all of the […]
Heavy plant bug populations already are in the cards for parts of the Southeast. And now they’re turning up about 10 days early in other areas.
One veteran entomologist says signs point to a heavy and prolonged plant bug season in parts of the region.