The University of Tennessee Cotton Scout School will be held Thursday, May 24th, and the Agricultural Museum at the Research and Education Center in Milan (3A Ledbetter Gate Road, Milan, […]
I’ve already been getting comments about people seeing slugs in their fields, and the cool and wet weather isn’t helping. Of course, slugs like it wet, and slow seedling growth […]
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 15, 2018. County Agent Comments Ricky Mathenia, McNairy County Damage to peach crop due to freezing temperatures during bloom. Jeff Via, […]
Arkansas pesticide applicators working row and field crops will be able to identify herbicide-sensitive crops and adjust their spraying accordingly thanks to a unique online platform called CropCheckTM — a […]
Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 8, 2018, County Agent Comments Mary Beth Neal, Dyer County Freezing temps on Saturday did not seem to hurt wheat. Jeff […]
With all the wet cold weather everyone has had to abandon their Plan A cotton burndown program. So what is the Plan B burndown plan with most wanting to plant […]
Chinese tariffs collected on U.S. unmanufactured tobacco are reported to rise from 10 percent to 35 percent, while tariffs on cigarettes and cigars would rise from 25 percent to 50 […]
With wheat heads roughly 12 or more inches above the ground at current growth stages, concerns about the temperatures forecast for the weekend have been raised.
As wheat progresses to flag leaf growth stage, the first reports of stripe rust in Western Tennessee have come in.
No population is immune to suicide, least of all farmers who face financial worries, unpredictable weather, plant pests, livestock diseases, and isolation. With this information, TSPN is proud to debut […]