Unspoken Truths About Pests: Stinkbugs Dec 16, 2022

    🕔Dec 16, 2022
    Stink bugs are best known for their stench when squashed. However, the insect is gaining more notoriety in the Midwest for another reason — their love of soybeans. The insect […]

    Mississippi: The Endangered Species Act and Pesticides – Podcast Oct 24, 2022

    🕔Oct 24, 2022
    Don Parker, Vice President for Technical Services with the National Cotton Council, visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about the Endangered Species Act and pesticide labeling […]

    Atrazine Mitigation Docket – Comment Period Closes Oct. 7 Sep 30, 2022

    🕔Sep 30, 2022
    The United States Environmental Protection Agency regulates and registers pesticide use in the United States. These regulations and restrictions are designed after three-tiered risks assessments to determine the hazard of […]

    Storing Pesticides Properly: Protect Others and Your Investment Sep 29, 2022

    🕔Sep 29, 2022
    Pesticides are not cheap and some are not always easy to come by. Pesticides represent a significant investment for those who use pesticides regularly. Generally, most pesticides are intended to […]

    Peanuts: Petition to Revoke Use of Thimet and Orthene Aug 15, 2022

    🕔Aug 15, 2022
    An NGO group is currently petitioning the US EPA to revoke all food use tolerances for the organophosphate class of chemistry. In peanut this means phorate (Thimet) and acephate (Orthene). […]

    Mississippi: Possible Product Availability Issues; Be Flexible, Have Backup Plans – Podcast Feb 28, 2022

    🕔Feb 28, 2022
    Don, Jason, and Tom sit down in the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss supply and pricing of farm inputs for the 2022 crop.  They shotgun a range […]

    Corn: Will Production Costs Decrease After 2022? Nov 30, 2021

    🕔Nov 30, 2021
    Consumer costs in the U.S. have been increasing in a widespread incidence of inflation. Consistent with rising costs across many industries, the cost of producing corn will also increase in […]

    Pest Management: 3 Neonicotinoids Ruled a Threat to Endangered Species – DTN Sep 2, 2021

    🕔Sep 2, 2021
    Three common neonicotinoid insecticides were ruled “likely to adversely affect” thousands of endangered species and critical habitats, according to draft biological evaluations released by EPA on Thursday, Aug. 26. These […]

    California Almonds: May Spray Considerations in a Tight Fiscal Year May 6, 2021

    🕔May 6, 2021
    Over the past month I have received numerous phone calls and texts asking different versions of the same question: When almond prices are low, how can a grower cut costs? […]

    Ag Chemicals in Short Supply – DTN Apr 26, 2021

    🕔Apr 26, 2021
    Some agricultural chemicals such as herbicides and fungicides are in tight supply this spring as shipping backlogs and pandemic-related delays have run headlong into higher demand from increased row-crop acres […]


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