Arkansas: Cost of Burning Crop Residue Not Just Lost Nitrogen Sep 19, 2022

    🕔Sep 19, 2022
    The common practice in Arkansas of burning crop residue comes at the cost of soil nutrient levels and lost potential to build soil health with carbon. Trent Roberts, professor of […]

    Arkansas Rice: Lack of Rain Will Bring Some Tough Choices Jul 10, 2022

    🕔Jul 10, 2022
    Well it appears the time for the 4th of July rain is passing without event.  It looks as though we’re in for real problems for the remainder of the summer. Without […]

    Arkansas Rice: Watching for Post-Flood Potassium Deficiency Jun 18, 2022

    🕔Jun 18, 2022
    Much of the rice in the state has now gone to flood, and the majority of remaining acres will be getting there quickly.  A common issue that we see every […]

    Arkansas Rice: Time to Give It the Gas; Tips on Preflood Nitrogen Management Jun 13, 2022

    🕔Jun 13, 2022
    If you’re tired of the weather curveballs this spring (and this week), you’re about to get straight gas next week.  Overall, the rice crop seems to be enjoying the mild […]

    Arkansas Rice: Nitrogen Management, Preparing for Flood/Irrigation May 28, 2022

    🕔May 28, 2022
    Survey says – 90% planted.  Given the rain events last Saturday and then again Tuesday/Wednesday, we more or less jumped to 100% planted without dropping a seed.  Of course, there […]

    Arkansas: Updated Potash Calculator Available Feb 25, 2022

    🕔Feb 25, 2022
    As fertilizer prices soar, Arkansas farmers are looking for places to cut costs, and potassium is often at the top of that list. Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station experts caution growers […]

    Arkansas Soybeans: Study Shows Cover Crops Increase Yield 10.5% Nov 4, 2021

    🕔Nov 4, 2021
    A three-year study conducted by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station shows that cover crops can improve yields in soybean fields. The study also answers a lingering question about wheat-double-crop systems. […]

    Arkansas: Cover Crops – 5 Things To Know Oct 11, 2021

    🕔Oct 11, 2021
    The proper use of cover crops can produce several benefits for production systems in Arkansas including improved soil health, increased nitrogen, and additional weed control options, according to research done […]

    Arkansas Rice: Rains Slow Harvest; Fertility Amid Rising Input Costs Oct 4, 2021

    🕔Oct 4, 2021
    It’s been a good run up to this point with harvest, but a rainy window has finally arrived to bust up the game and slow things down.  I feel like […]

    Arkansas Rice: Mid-Season Nitrogen – Soil-Applied or Foliar? Jul 19, 2021

    🕔Jul 19, 2021
    As has been common this time of year the past few years, there are recommendations being made to apply nitrogen (N) using a foliar spray application piggy-backed with a fungicide […]


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