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Planting Good Ag Practices
Don’t Let Up On Leaf Spot
Palmer Amaranth Control
2010 Peanut Rx
Continued Success For S.C. Farm Family
Editor's Note
Market Watch
News Briefs
News Products
Pesticide Roundup
Peanut Pointers
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Current Issue: April 2010

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Good Ag Practices At Planting
No one needs reminding of the food safety issue that hit the peanut industry in spring 2009 and led to the largest food safety recall in American history. Because producers are a part of getting peanuts from the farm to the table, they will be counted on to do their part to help reduce the risk of another food safety issue. Read more...


Feature Stories

Planting Good Ag Practices
  Peanuts are a food ingredient from planting until
  consumption.
Don’t Let Up On Leaf Spot
  How long does a fungicide need to be on the leaf to
  offer some control?
Palmer Amaranth Control
  Size is critically important when it comes to controlling
  this weed.
2010 Peanut Rx
  Know where the varieties you select fit in the risk index
Continued Success For S.C. Farm Family
  Fertility, tillage programs plus use of inoculant are key inputs.

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Relationships Are The Key
Market Watch
  Are contract offers over until after planted acreage is known?
News Briefs
News Products
Pesticide Roundup
Peanut Pointers
 

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