Brendan Zurweller, MSU Peanut specialist and Jeff Gore, Peanut Entomologist sit down with Bobby Golden and Jason Bond to discuss how to properly initiate Peanut Harvest as the Digging Season nears. […]
Mississippi Rice: Weed Control Insights – Podcast Aug 14, 2020
Eric Webster, LSU AgCenter Weed Scientist sits down with Bobby Golden and Jason Bond to discuss rice harvest in Louisiana and talk herbicides in row rice and the Provisia System.
Brendan Zurweller, MSU Peanut specialist, and Jeff Gore, Peanut Entomologist, sit down with Bobby Golden and Jason Bond to discuss the current status of Peanuts in Mississippi and issues to […]
Larry Steckel from the University of Tennessee joins Bobby and Jason on the Call in line to discuss his recent reports of Pigweed Escapes after Auxin application, what this means […]
Bobby Golden and Jason Bond introduce Extension cotton specialist Brian Pieralisi to the podcast and talk cotton OVTs, off-target drift and cotton stomping…among other things. http://extension.msstate.edu/sites/default/files/audio/Brian%20Cotton%20Specialist.mp3
Join us on the Mississippi Crop Situation Podcast, as Drs. Bobby Golden, Jason Bond, and Tom Allen broach the subject of late-season corn diseases. http://extension.msstate.edu/sites/default/files/audio/tom%206-30-2020.mp3
Bobby and Jason introduce Drew Gholson Extension Irrigation Specialist to the Podcast and get his thoughts on irrigation techniques and soil moisture sensors. http://extension.msstate.edu/sites/default/files/audio/6-18-20%20water%20with%20drew_1.mp3
Mississippi Rice: Post-Flood Weed Control Options Jun 18, 2020
In this installment of the Mississippi Crop Situation Podcast, Drs. Bobby Golden, Jason Bond, and Ben Lawrence discuss weed control options for rice following a flood. http://extension.msstate.edu/sites/default/files/audio/3-9-20%20rice%20weed%20control.mp3
Bobby Golden, Ben Lawrence, and Jason Bond discuss postemergence weed control in soybean and cotton following the cancellation of dicamba herbicides.
The EPA implemented new regulations and label updates in 2016 to emphasize paraquat toxicity and reduce exposure to workers who mix, load, and apply herbicide products containing paraquat.