Dr. Scott Stewart advises producers to keep scouting late soybeans for insects. Listen to the latest episode.
At least some cotton was picked in Mississippi and Tennessee before Hurricane Gordon touched land on the Gulf Coast.
More defoliation has started, with applications underway at least into northeast Arkansas. So far, no reports of cotton actually being picked. In parts of the region, growers are focusing on wrapping […]
To answer this question, you need to know when the field first reached cutout, which is at 4 nodes above the first position white flower. Keep in mind that the […]
Heavy rains fell in parts of the Delta states, starting late last week. Amounts of 2 to 4 inches were common, although totals of 6 to 12 inches fell in spots. […]
Most early planted cotton has accumulated more than 350 DD60s past NAWF5, and thus, insect management is generally unnecessary. There continue to be a few reports of corn earworm infestations […]
Cotton – Delta States – More Bolls Popping, Early Defoliation About To Start – AgFax Midsouth Cotton
The crop is shaping up nicely, with great potential across plenty of acres. The trick is (as always) to get it to the gin.
Cotton continues to run noticeably ahead of schedule through much of the region, plus the crop looks quite promising.
Cotton: Much of our cotton is within 7-10 days of when insect controls can be terminated, and it looks like this cotton may outrun the bollworm moth flight in many areas. Soybean: There […]
Insect pests are irritatingly unpredictable about when, where and how bad infestations will be. But there are patterns that repeat themselves annually.