As we are getting close to a new peanut season, I thought you might want to know in summary what peanut “pointers” in the region and beyond are envisioning for […]
Clemson University researcher Brian Ward has revived the South’s ancestral peanut, successfully germinating nearly 1 million Carolina African runner seeds from just 20. The heirloom crop offers a niche but […]
Peanuts are growing in popularity and Clemson University has several tools that can help South Carolina peanut producers grow a profitable 2016 crop. Among these tools is the 2016 Peanut […]
The predictions for 2016 crop prices are, let’s just say, less than ideal. In years like this there is a natural tendency for farmers to look for corners to cut, […]
Due to suitability to the environmental conditions and existence of a strong peanut industry tailored to process primarily the large-seeded Virginia-type peanut, growers in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina […]
Florida: Suwanee Valley Field Day, Live Oak, Aug. 17 Jul 30, 2015
Farmers interested in row crops are invited to the Suwanee Valley Agricultural Extension Center on Monday evening, Aug. 17, to learn about best management practices. “During this field day, we […]
Georgia-14N is a high yielding, medium-seeded, high-oleic runner-type peanut cultivar with resistance to tomato spotted wilt virus and root-know nematode.
South Carolina Peanuts: 4 Planting FAQs May 6, 2015
A number of growers have begun planting peanuts. Clemson’s interim peanut specialist, Jay Chapin, has put together some info based on some some questions he’s received recently. A FEW PLANTING TIME […]
Virginia Peanuts: Getting Ready for a New Season Apr 1, 2015
Variety selection. For Virginia and Carolinas (VC) the preferred Virginia market-type cultivar was Bailey followed by Sugg, in 2013 and 2014. Both have good disease package, Bailey more than Sugg, […]
Georgia Peanuts: 3 New Varieties Available Feb 23, 2015
University of Georgia has released 3 new peanut varieties available for the 2015 growing season.