Texas Plains IPM: Lygus Numbers Rise, Drought Stress Continues Aug 3, 2020

🕔Aug 3, 2020
General Status A few more rain showers visited most of our fields this last week, but again the real beneficial amounts were very isolated. In the area of Tulia, some […]

Texas Plains Pests: Hot, Dry Conditions Keeping Activity Limited Aug 27, 2019

🕔Aug 27, 2019
General Status Not much has changed again this week. We are still in a prolonged extremely hot and dry pattern. We have had a few below triple digit days due […]

Tennessee Cotton: Diseases – What To Be on Lookout For Jul 24, 2019

🕔Jul 24, 2019
The usual foliar spotting has been seen: leaf spot complex and target spot. In addition to the fungal leaf spot, bacterial blight leaf symptoms have also been reported

Texas West Plains: Grain Sorghum, Peanuts, Cotton – 2 Videos Sep 14, 2018

🕔Sep 14, 2018
Grain Sorghum – You Must Scout! Grain sorghum ranges from just planted for cover to nearing harvest on early planted acres.   Sorghum acres which have not developed a grain head […]

Cotton: PhytoGen Breeding Traits Help Protect Against Diseases, Pests Aug 29, 2018

🕔Aug 29, 2018
At harvest, cotton growers learn how much yield-robbing diseases and pests impacted fiber production. This knowledge helps determine the best varieties to plant next season.  Diseases such as bacterial blight […]

Texas West Plains: Aphids in Cotton; Sugarcane Aphids in Sorghum Sep 11, 2017

🕔Sep 11, 2017
Current Crop and Pest Situation Grain sorghum ranges from nearing harvest on early planted to just near boot. Those acres which have not headed yet I would be extremely conservative […]

Tennessee Cotton: Dealing with Verticillium Wilt in the Tennessee Valley Mar 3, 2017

🕔Mar 3, 2017
The new publication, “W 403: Verticillium Wilt in Tennessee Valley Cotton” provides background on Verticillium wilt, summarizes recent variety trial results, and highlights other practices that can reduce the impact of […]

California Almonds: Watch for Signs of Verticillium Wilt May 16, 2016

🕔May 16, 2016
The high heats of late spring/early summer can bring upon the onset of verticillium wilt to almond and pistachio orchards.

The Latest

Send press releases to Ernst@Agfax.com.

View All Events

Send press releases to Ernst@Agfax.com.

View All Events