Due to incoming wind and possibly rain from Hurricane Irma, many are questioning potential harvest aid applications before rice potentially lodges. There are many risks associated with this tactic. Harvest […]
The MidSouth’s cotton crop is rapidly maturing and many of our acres will receive a harvest aid application soon after Hurricane Irma moves through the area. There are many factors […]
We are quickly approaching the finish line with this cotton crop. We were lucky in dodging the bullet with hurricane Harvey compared to the destruction our neighbors to the south encountered. […]
As more and more of Mississippi’s soybeans approach maturity, numerous calls regarding harvest aids and other late-season management considerations have been received.
Over the last several weeks, we have received numerous calls about soybean harvest aid timing, products, and general recommendations. The use of harvest aids in Louisiana soybeans is a common […]
Crop Progress Rice harvest has begun on a very limited basis. Initial yield reports don’t tell us a great deal, but opinions have been that yields are good to very […]
General Situation We received some good rains this week in some areas around the Valley, it was what I call a ‘hit and miss’. Grain sorghum and corn harvesting has […]
Tennessee cotton growers have been blessed with another great harvest season and it appears they may be able to finish harvest with little rain.
Dr. Pat Porter, District 2 Entomologist, and Kerry Siders, EA-IPM Hockley, Cochran, & Lamb, shot two cotton videos to finish out the Texas AgriLife how to scout cotton series for now. […]
The annual Mid-South Cotton Defoliation Guide has been updated and can be accessed online.