Judging from research tests and walking a few farmers’ fields many of the PRE applied herbicides in soybean and cotton played out about a week or so ago. Timing is […]
The June 6 Tennessee crop progress report indicated over seventy percent (72%) of our soybean crop was in the ground, which is an improvement over the past few years. However, wheat […]
Judge Halts USDA Minority Farmer Debt Relief – DTN Jun 11, 2021
A federal judge in Wisconsin has ordered USDA to at least temporarily halt as much as $4 billion in loan debt relief payments to minority farmers in response to a […]
The 6-11 issue of the AgFax Midsouth Cotton newsletter.
Tobacco: The Drought Is Broken – For Now Jun 8, 2021
It finally started raining in North Carolina on Wednesday, with parts of the state getting four inches or more. The Pee Dee, South Carolina’s leading tobacco area, got some rain […]
Now that everyone is washing their tobacco setters [transplanters] to be garaged until next year, it is a great time to think about some of the crop management decisions for […]
In our research more dicamba sensitive Palmer amaranth will often be dead or well on their way under good heat and moisture conditions in 7 days or so. Palmer that […]
The second edition of this season's AgFax Midsouth Cotton newsletter, featuring information for cotton growers in Mississippi, Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas, and Tennessee.
Welcome to the AgFax Midsouth Cotton newsletter. This weekly crop report covers Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas and Missouri. We’re excited to have you onboard for AgFax’s 31st year of publishing crop newsletters.
Potassium is a macronutrient that plays important functions in the plant including protein and starch formation in the grain, movement of water, nutrients, and carbohydrate within the plant, stomata closure, […]