We had a very mild winter this year. Mild winters may be nice in reducing our power bill; however extended periods of very cold soil temperatures are essential for reducing […]
Sustainable and economically sound agricultural production must include optimizing pest management and the first step in doing so is identifying pests – namely nematodes, as discussed here. This article gives […]
Fall is the best time to take samples for nematodes, since populations often peak near harvest, and while crop roots are still viable. These samples can be used to help […]
Before I get into the subject of this article I must recognize the importance of the general rains we have received during the past few days. While there may be […]
Many fields that exhibit nutrient deficiencies may have nematode problems and the only way to know is to sample.
A federal decision on the use of a nematicide will leave South Carolina cotton producers scrambling to find a replacement. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last week rejected requests from […]