Virginia Cotton: Rains Do Little to Alleviate Dry Conditions Jun 20, 2022

🕔Jun 20, 2022
Last week about half the area got more than a trace of rainfall, but still we only measured our rain in tenths. Unfortunately, some of the area that has needed […]

Virginia Peanuts: When to Start Spraying for Leaf Spot Other Diseases Jun 17, 2022

🕔Jun 17, 2022
I have had a few questions about starting a peanut fungicide program on slow growing or late planted peanuts recently. The rule of thumb date I typically use is if […]

Virginia Soybeans: Cooler Soil Temperatures = Delayed Emergence May 9, 2022

🕔May 9, 2022
The upcoming weekend rainfall (our meteorologists seem assured that it’ll be widespread) should greatly help parts of Virginia that are short on or getting short of topsoil moisture and position […]

Poultry: APHIS Reports More Avian Influenza Cases – DTN Mar 7, 2022

🕔Mar 7, 2022
The number of states impacted by highly pathogenic avian influenza continues ticking upward as USDA has reported at least three more commercial flocks have been infected. The growing number of […]

Midsouth Soybeans: New Tool for Variety Trial Data Nov 10, 2021

🕔Nov 10, 2021
Which soybean variety is best suited to my region? State variety testing programs provide critical research to help answer that question by evaluating hundreds of soybean varieties every year across […]

Virginia: Nematode in Atlantic Soybean Production Webinar – Nov. 16 Nov 8, 2021

🕔Nov 8, 2021
Nematodes consistently rank as a top yield robber of soybeans. Join us November 16 from 9-12:00 for the Nematode in Atlantic Soybean Production Webinar to discuss nematode distribution and management […]

Livestock: R-CALF Beef Checkoff Case to Continue – DTN Oct 1, 2021

🕔Oct 1, 2021
A lawsuit against USDA challenging the Beef Checkoff program will be allowed to continue after a federal court on Wednesday denied the agency’s motion to dismiss. Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund, […]

Southeast Cotton: End of Season Comments Sep 24, 2021

🕔Sep 24, 2021
The Southeast is nearing the end of a late season. With stink bugs and other pests still lingering, growers anticipate defoliation.

Southeast Cotton: Pest Management Finally Winds Down Sep 17, 2021

🕔Sep 17, 2021
The need for insect control is finally coming to an end in the Southeast. Stink bugs are still challenging later-planted cotton, but good weather is encouraging quick maturity and a long-awaited defoliation.

Southeast Cotton: A Late Crop Calls for Continued Protection Sep 9, 2021

🕔Sep 9, 2021
Karli Stringer, Contributing Editor Katie Humphreys, Editor Ernst Undesser, Editor Here is this week’s issue of AgFax Southeast Cotton, sponsored by the Southern Cotton Team of AMVAC. Subscribe OVERVIEW The […]

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