Peanut growers can use a number of different products at planting time for the management of diseases and nematodes. Decisions as too what product to use over another, or to […]
It is recommended that the average daily soil temperature remain above 68 degrees for 3 consecutive days and without cold temperatures in the forecast for the next week before making […]
Georgia peanut farmers who plant a crop in mid-to-late April should make a decision on a second crop within two to four weeks of planting their initial crop. University of […]
There may be more peanut and cotton acreage planted in the V-C region this year than in 2016; and growers may wonder what crop to start planting first and which […]
Thomas County is getting very close to finishing planting peanuts, but some growers may be wondering if they need to replant.
Planting of the 2016 peanut crop in Arkansas has progressed much earlier than previous seasons with over 90% of peanut acres having been planted to date. By comparison, in mid-May last year […]
As the economics get tighter, farmers are contemplating how far to stray from Georgia 06-G which has been a reliable cultivar for several years.
We have become accustomed to warm dry weather in April the last several years allowing early planting and good germination.
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension peanut agronomist Scott Monfort insists that poor peanut plant stands in Georgia may not necessarily be due to seed quality. Environmental conditions play a role, […]
Our weather is warmer than normal but we aren’t planting peanuts like they are in Australia, although it feels like we could. Here’s what’s happening at planting time down under.