Bollworm egg lays are heavy in the Upper Coast and central Blacklands. A big concern is the possible need to treat Bollgard 3 and WideStrike 3 Vip cotton, reports Clyde Crumley, […]
Weed pressure seems higher this season due to better than average soil moisture. Herbicides applied preplant and at planting have been effective, but new weed flushes following rainfall or irrigation […]
Twisters threatened many on Monday (5/20). Flooding is an issue for some after 3 to 5-inch drenchings. “We’re back to sitting on our hands,” notes IPM Agent Brad Easterling.
Early season weed control is essential for reducing competition for water, nutrients, and light between the peanut plant and weeds. In addition, the soil seed bank will drastically be reduced […]
Texas: Small Grains Field Day, Egypt, April 17 Apr 4, 2019
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension will be hosting a Wheat Field Day at Krenek Seed near Egypt, Texas on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. The Krenek’s have cooperated this year by providing […]
Texas Peanuts: 4 Key Weed Management Practices Apr 4, 2019
Best Management Practices (BMPs) for peanut production include effective season-long weed management. Here are four weed management principles in peanut production.
“We’re going to be buried in cotton.” – Rex Friesen, Kansas. “I have the cleanest fields I’ve ever had.” – Paul Pilsner, Texas Coastal Bend
Texas: Spray Equipment Setup Webinar, Sept. 6 Aug 27, 2018
Spray Equipment Setup: Reduce Drift and Save Money will be the title of a Sept. 6 natural resources webinar conducted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service ecosystem science and […]
Cotton – Southwest – Pickers are Rollin’ | 114 Degrees | Brown Stinkbugs Tricky – AgFax Jul 25, 2018
114 degrees in Waco – ‘nuff said. Texas-Oklahoma scorcher deluxe. Modules are turning up around Corpus Christi. Thanks to Josh McGinty for sharing a photo. Kansas growers are dealing with 2,4-D damage. Browns stinkbugs make […]
South Texas Cotton: Did Recent Rains Come Too Late? Jun 22, 2018
The 2018 season in South Texas has been a tough one. In southernmost areas, a dry winter and spring meant planting moisture was scarce, while excessive rainfall was a common […]