Seed corn maggots have hit watermelons in some south Georgia counties and have taken out up to 30% of the plant population in some fields. This is a tough one […]
Thrips already are turning up in noticeable numbers in other legume crops, so peanut growers should tread cautiously when planting peanuts, says Andrew Sawyer in this installment of his South […]
It’s time to start gearing up for the 2018 nitrogen program in Georgia pecans. In this installment of his South Georgia Pine podcast, Andrew Sawyer delves into the two main […]
Powdery mildew typically isn’t an issue in his area, but in this installment of his South Georgia Pine podcast, Andrew Sawyer says it’s apparent in spots.
When is that last frost? That’s the question when deciding to plant corn early. Andrew Sawyer discusses your options in his installment of his South Georgia Pine podcast.
Watermelons can take quite a lick from fusarium wilt in Georgia and the disease has likely become more of a problem as growers tighten rotations. In this installment of his […]
Do you manage undergrowth in pine stands? In this installment of his South Georgia Pine podcast, Andrew Sawyer overviews timing, especially in a stretch of periodic rainfall.
Should you sidedress small grain crops once or twice? The tiller count guides you, according to Andrew Sawyer in this installment of his South Georgia Pine podcast. Also, he provides […]
People tend to overlook Georgia as a citrus state but a handful of farmers have developed satsuma as a crop in the southern part of the state. Satsumas are more […]
Will this be a warmer, drier winter than usual? And, if so, what does that mean in terms of crop diseases in 2018 — peanut disease, in particular? In […]