North Carolina Soybeans: Management Considerations for Planting Cover Crops Oct 27, 2022

    🕔Oct 27, 2022
    Growers across North Carolina continue to increase cover crop adoption for the wide range of benefits that cover crop use offers crop rotations in this state. Past research has investigated […]

    North Carolina Cotton: Preparation for a Potential Frost Oct 13, 2022

    🕔Oct 13, 2022
    Harvest is largely underway for most of NC and most of our crop has already been defoliated. For the remaining acres yet to be defoliated, action may be needed soon. […]

    North Carolina Cotton: Hurricane Ian Aftermath Oct 1, 2022

    🕔Oct 1, 2022
    The dreaded storm is upon us. By tomorrow morning, we should all know what the impact on our crop will be. As this article is being written, we are now […]

    North Carolina Cotton: Preparations for Hurricane Ian Sep 26, 2022

    🕔Sep 26, 2022
    We were really hoping to avoid having to write an article like this. I think everyone breathes a sigh of relief after Fiona bypassed us, but now the weather folks […]

    North Carolina: Piedmont Soybean Field Day, Salisbury, Sept. 28 Sep 19, 2022

    🕔Sep 19, 2022
    Join us for the N.C. Cooperative Extension Piedmont Soybean Field Day on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at the NCDA&CS Piedmont Research Station in Salisbury, NC. You will see our soybean […]

    North Carolina Soybeans: Should You Control Corn Earworm Differently in With Indeterminate, Determinate Growth Habits? Aug 12, 2022

    🕔Aug 12, 2022
    Corn earworm, also known as bollworm and tomato fruitworm, is an important pest that causes economic damage to a wide variety of globally important crops, such as corn, cotton, sorghum, […]

    Soybeans: Production Estimates From the 18 Leading States Aug 7, 2022

    🕔Aug 7, 2022
    Introduction This paper builds on Ibendahl’s paper from last week of estimating corn yields in the U.S. The USDA collects the crop conditions each week for both corn and soybeans […]

    South Carolina: 6 Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas to Freeze, High Winds Jul 16, 2022

    🕔Jul 16, 2022
    This Secretarial natural disaster designation allows the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) to extend much-needed emergency credit to producers recovering from natural disasters through emergency loans. […]

    North Carolina Cotton: Spider Mites Causing Problems Jul 10, 2022

    🕔Jul 10, 2022
    With hot, dry sustained weather across the state, odd issues are showing up. A couple weeks ago, we had a rash of false chinch bug in some parts of the […]

    North Carolina: Earworm Populations Heavy in Corn. What Does That Mean for Cotton, Soybeans? Jun 28, 2022

    🕔Jun 28, 2022
    Corn earworm (aka bollworm, podworm, tomato fruitworm) populations are much higher in corn than usual. Corn is a nursery crop for this pest and high populations in corn generally mean […]


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