Arkansas Rice: Time to Scout for Root Health Jun 22, 2022

🕔Jun 22, 2022
Often the effect of iron sulfide and hydrogen sulfide toxicity cause black coating and root rot in some soil types. The problem may start as early as a couple of […]

Arkansas Rice: Scouting for Hydrogen Sulfide Toxicity Jun 22, 2020

🕔Jun 22, 2020
This is a reminder for you to take samples of rice roots from your fields to gauge how much the wet conditions this year followed by the normal permanent flood […]

Arkansas Rice: Start Scouting for Hydrogen Sulfide Toxicity Jun 14, 2019

🕔Jun 14, 2019
If you have fields with a history of hydrogen sulfide toxicity which led to a condition called autumn decline as in Figure 1 and 2, you need to begin scouting […]

Arkansas Rice: Hydrogen Sulfide Toxicity – Management Q&A Jun 13, 2018

🕔Jun 13, 2018
Not all rice fields in Arkansas show the problem of hydrogen sulfide toxicity. However, it is always advised to scout starting two weeks after permanent flood has been established.  Hydrogen […]

Arkansas Rice: Time It Right – Be Ahead of Diseases Before Planting Mar 21, 2018

🕔Mar 21, 2018
Following adequate cultural practices is an important disease management strategy along with planting resistant cultivars. In addition, seed treatment fungicides are cheaper and easier than spray fungicides. Balancing N, P, […]

Arkansas Rice: Tips for Scouting for Hydrogen Sulfide Toxicity May 26, 2017

🕔May 26, 2017
Healthy roots promote healthy plant growth.  Scouting for hydrogen sulfide toxicity in submerged rice is an essential practice to avoiding the risk of crop damage.  Regular scouting for hydrogen sulfide […]

Arkansas Rice: Hot Weather Good for Development; Short Plants Not Necessarily a Problem Jun 25, 2016

🕔Jun 25, 2016
Crop Progress Standing outside has felt like standing in front of either a hot blowdryer or a blowtorch depending on your perspective.  Hot, humid conditions have the rice crop progressing […]

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