Mississippi Rice: Disease Identification, Fungicide Use – Podcast

🕔Jul 17, 2019Bobby Golden and Tom Allen discuss disease identification and fungicide use in MS rice. http://extension.msstate.edu/sites/default/files/audio/7-15-2019%20Tom%20RIce%20Fungicide.mp3

Arkansas Rice: Moisture Fuels a Blast Epidemic – Be Ready to Scout

🕔Jun 14, 2019There is already dew in the mornings and rain is in the forecast. Even with planting being later this year, it may still be time to start scouting for leaf […]

Rice Blast Study Sheds Light on How Disease Spreads

🕔May 14, 2019Rice blast fungus (Magnaporthe oryzae) is a global food security threat due to its destruction of cultivated rice, the most widely consumed staple food in the world. Disease containment efforts […]

Rice Blast: The Most Devastating Rice Disease in the World

🕔Sep 28, 2018Rice blast is the most devastating rice disease in the world, causing the loss of 10 percent to 30 percent of the planet’s crop every year. “That’s enough rice to […]

Arkansas Rice: Blast Disease – 10 Common Questions

🕔Jul 17, 2018Leaf blast (Figure 1) is one of the most important blast disease in rice. It can start early at tillering in vegetative stages. Neck and panicle blast (Figure 2) can […]

Mississippi Rice: Managing Armyworms, Blast Disease – Podcast

🕔Jul 11, 2018Dr. Bobby Golden, Extension rice and soil fertility agronomist, and Dr. Jason Bond, weed scientist, talk with Dr. Tom Allen and Dr. Jeff Gore about army worm control in rice […]

Arkansas Rice: Weather Concerns, Disease Difficulties, Boot N Applications

🕔Jul 6, 2018Crop Progress “If we weren’t all crazy, we would go insane.”  Jimmy Buffett knows rice folks well.  The time to get out and scout is in the worst time of […]

Arkansas Rice: Disappointing Year for Weed Control

🕔Jun 22, 2018Crop Progress “I ain’t cut out to be no Jesse James; don’t go writin’ hot checks down in Mississippi; and there ain’t no good chain gang.”  There’s also apparently no […]

Louisiana Rice: Weather Changes Affecting Crops

🕔Jun 6, 2018Weeks of dry weather transitioned to widespread rainfall, and now rice farmers will have to be wary of the potential for disease in their crop, an LSU AgCenter plant pathologist […]

Louisiana Rice: Is Your Disease Plan Ready?

🕔May 29, 2018This year we moved out of the cold and cool conditions of March and moved straight into summer, bypassing any of the gradual warming typical of spring. The summer temperatures […]

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