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      Oklahoma Pecan Prices: Light Deliveries, Little Local Activity Nov 19, 2021

      🕔Nov 19, 2021
      The weather forecast shows temperatures in the mid 50s and low 60s with evenings in the low 30s to mid 40s. The gift pack and retail candy businesses are still […]

      Oklahoma Pecan Prices: Volume Expected to Be Light with Short Crop Season Nov 12, 2021

      🕔Nov 12, 2021
      Pecan harvesting has started but volume will be light and a short crop season is expected. Cold and extreme weather conditions during the growing part of the season may have […]

      Oklahoma Pecans: Late Season Insect Pests Oct 5, 2021

      🕔Oct 5, 2021
      Pecan producers are nearing the end of the production season. Shuck-split in early maturing cultivars is at hand, with harvest to begin shortly. Pecan weevil season has been somewhat sporadic. […]

      Livestock: R-CALF Beef Checkoff Case to Continue – DTN Oct 1, 2021

      🕔Oct 1, 2021
      A lawsuit against USDA challenging the Beef Checkoff program will be allowed to continue after a federal court on Wednesday denied the agency’s motion to dismiss. Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund, […]

      Southwest Cotton: Nervous About Nicholas Sep 16, 2021

      🕔Sep 16, 2021
      Higher yields are expected over much of our coverage area. From 2-bale dryland to 5-bale irrigated, growers are itching to get pickers and strippers into the field once the crop finishes.

      Oklahoma: Pecan Weevil Season Is Here – 15 Steps for Management Sep 13, 2021

      🕔Sep 13, 2021
      Pecan weevil season is in full swing across the state. Our “normal” peak in weevil occurs in mid to late September; however, due to heavy rains that occurred in several […]

      Southwest Cotton: Countdown to Cracked Bolls Sep 9, 2021

      🕔Sep 9, 2021
      Larry Stalcup, Contributing Editor Katie Humphreys, Editor Ernst Undesser, Editor Subscribe Back Issues Here is this week’s issue of AgFax Southwest Cotton, sponsored by the Southwest team of PhytoGen cottonseed. […]

      Southwest Cotton: Worms Are Playing Leapfrog Sep 2, 2021

      🕔Sep 2, 2021
      Worms are playing leapfrog in cotton, corn and sorghum fields in the southern Texas Panhandle. IPM agent Blayne Reed has the story, along with word on stink bugs, lygus, aphids and other critters.

      Southwest Cotton: Aphids – To Spray or Not to Spray? Aug 26, 2021

      🕔Aug 26, 2021
      Cotton aphids are in many fields – and there’s a dilemma on whether to spray. AgriLife entomologist Megha Parajulee contends that unless there is a major flareup in the next few weeks, beneficial insects should hold down aphids.

      Oklahoma Cotton: When to Terminate Irrigation Aug 24, 2021

      🕔Aug 24, 2021
      Deciding when to stop irrigation is one of the key decisions in cotton production. In this article we explain the effects of terminating irrigation too early or too late, discuss […]

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