South Carolina Field Reports: Crops Rebound with Recent Rains

🕔Jun 18, 2019Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 16, 2019. County Comments Mark Nettles, Orangeburg County Rain events revived corn and other crops. The rain came at the saving […]

South Carolina Cotton: With Insects, Shift Your Focus Now

🕔Jun 15, 2019Drake Perrow, consultant in Calhoun County, reported that he observed beet armyworms on pigweeds at noticeable numbers. William Hardee, county agent covering Horry and Marion Counties, reported that “brown and […]

South Carolina Peanuts: Be on Lookout for Diseases

🕔Jun 13, 2019Hot, dry weather is causing issues for South Carolina peanut production and Clemson Extension peanut specialist Dan Anco warns farmers to be on the lookout for a host of diseases that could impact […]

Cotton – Southeast – More Plant Bugs In More Places – Scouting? – AgFax

🕔Jun 12, 2019Owen Taylor, Editor Questions, comments, complaints? My door is always open. Here is this week’s issue of AgFax Southeast Cotton, sponsored by the Southern Cotton Team of AMVAC Chemical Corporation. […]

South Carolina Field Reports: Weekend Rains Aid Crops

🕔Jun 11, 2019Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 9, 2019. County Comments Rusty Skipper, Horry County Horry County received much needed rain over the weekend. Probably too late for […]

North Carolina Cotton: Insecticide Recommendations for Tarnished Plant Bug

🕔Jun 7, 2019With more cotton starting to square, ALL cotton in the state should be scouted so that we maintain acceptable square load to bring us into blooming (see this previous article […]

South Carolina Cotton: Still Making Thrips Decisions

🕔Jun 7, 2019Drake Perrow, consultant in Calhoun County, reported on Wednesday that he observed spider mites on pinhead square cotton that had 4 pounds of aldicarb per acre applied at planting and […]

Tobacco: Growers Topping in Florida, Still Planting in Kentucky, Tennessee

🕔Jun 7, 2019Harvest just ahead: “It looks like we will begin harvesting in about two weeks,” says flue-cured grower Kenneth Dasher of Live Oak, Fl. “Some other farmers around here may start sooner.”

Cotton – Southeast – Plenty Is Riding On If It Rains And How Much – AgFax

🕔Jun 6, 2019Owen Taylor, Editor Questions, comments, complaints? My door is always open. Here is this week’s issue of AgFax Southeast Cotton, sponsored by the Southern Cotton Team of AMVAC Chemical Corporation. […]

South Carolina Field Reports: No Rain Hurting Crops

🕔Jun 3, 2019Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending June 2, 2019. County Comments Charles Davis, Calhoun County Hot, dry weather of the past two weeks has taken a heavy toll […]

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