Tennessee: Milan No-Till Field Day, July 28 Jul 1, 2022

    🕔Jul 1, 2022
    The University of Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center at Milan is excited to host another Milan No-Till Field Day, which is the nation’s largest no-till field day. This year, the […]

    Arkansas Rice: Midseason Nitrogen Timing, Scouting for Leaf Blast Jun 25, 2022

    🕔Jun 25, 2022
    Who needs a little relief from this heat wave?  That was a rhetorical question.  The rice is loving it, so long as you can keep the water to it.  It […]

    Georgia Pecans: Be Careful of Foliar Sulfur Sprays Under High Temperatures Jun 22, 2022

    🕔Jun 22, 2022
    Foliar Sulfur sprays applied in June and July have been shown to provide several benefits for pecan production, including suppression of mite populations and an increase in nut size. Sulfur […]

    Ohio Corn: Management Considerations with Excessive Water Jun 22, 2022

    🕔Jun 22, 2022
    Excess water challenges plant growth and fitness in farming systems. Depending on the geography, dramatic fluctuations and extremes in weather patterns have been experienced in Ohio, the US, and other […]

    Minnesota Soybeans: Iron Deficiency Chlorosis Management Considerations – Podcast Jun 22, 2022

    🕔Jun 22, 2022
    In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, we discuss iron deficiency chlorosis (IDC) and soybean nutrient management. What are our guests working on for research on IDC? Is there […]

    Louisiana Soybeans: In-Season Potassium Deficiency Management Jun 21, 2022

    🕔Jun 21, 2022
    Potassium deficiency symptoms in soybean first appear as irregular yellowing on the edges of K deficient leaves and can occur as early as at the V3 vegetative stage (three trifoliolate […]

    California Almonds: Applying Hulls, Shells as Potassium-Rich Amendments Jun 21, 2022

    🕔Jun 21, 2022
    New studies show that almond hulls and shells release potassium into the soil when they are surface applied as organic matter amendments in the orchard. Potassium release from hulls and […]

    Arkansas Rice: Watching for Post-Flood Potassium Deficiency Jun 18, 2022

    🕔Jun 18, 2022
    Much of the rice in the state has now gone to flood, and the majority of remaining acres will be getting there quickly.  A common issue that we see every […]

    Arkansas Rice: Time to Give It the Gas; Tips on Preflood Nitrogen Management Jun 13, 2022

    🕔Jun 13, 2022
    If you’re tired of the weather curveballs this spring (and this week), you’re about to get straight gas next week.  Overall, the rice crop seems to be enjoying the mild […]

    Farming for a Better Climate – Optimize Your Nitrogen Management Strategies Jun 4, 2022

    🕔Jun 4, 2022
    According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, soil management practices contribute 68% of total agriculture industry greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Tillage and nutrient management influence microbial interactions which cause […]


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