California Almonds: Assessing Damage from High Winds Dec 15, 2014
This damage usually can be categorized into two categories – trees that have blown over from a failed root system or from heart rot disease.
A University of Georgia plant pathologist is advocating nighttime and early morning fungicide application as an option to combat white mold disease, a perennially devastating disease for Georgia peanut farmers. […]
The attached files represent the entries contained as Maturity Group IV early and late soybean varieties.
Wheat: Make One Last Scouting Trip This Fall — DTN Nov 26, 2014
As harvest wraps up, it may be tempting to hang up your scouting cap for the season and serve yourself a celebratory piece of pumpkin pie, or three. But before […]
Mississippi: Soybean Variety Trial Disease Ratings Nov 26, 2014
Cercospora leaf blight and frogeye leaf spot were rated at all locations; the attached files represent the entries contained as Conventional and LibertyLink varieties.
Georgia peanut farmers are being urged to plant a month later next year to keep the threat of tomato spotted wilt virus at bay. In 1997, TSWV caused widespread damage […]
Have you ever wondered why the nuts on your pecan tree are undeveloped? There are several pests that invade pecan trees. These include pecan scab, downy spot disease, fungal leaf […]
Caution should be taken when blaming all boll rot on bacterial blight simply because the disease was so widespread during 2014.
Arkansas Rice: Plan Early for Disease Management Oct 29, 2014
If you plant the correct cultivar in each field based on known field problems, then manage the fields effectively, the entire farm will have greater production potential.
The trials located at the North MS Research and Extension Center in Verona were rated for the presence and severity of frogeye leaf spot as well as Cercospora blight.