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Finding Value In Improved Resistance
Don’t Wait On Weeds
Calcium Is King
Scouting For Soil Insect Pests
Off To A Good Start
Editor's Note
Market Watch
News Briefs
Peanut Pointers
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Current Issue: April 2011

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Finding Value In Improved Resistance
Peanut Rx incorporates those production factors that affect diseases in a peanut crop, starting with the variety planted. Varieties today have improved resistance to nearly every disease and, in the case of Tifguard, excellent resistance to nematodes. But what is the value of that improved resistance and how does it translate into value for the producer? Read more...

 
 

Feature Stories

Finding Value In Improved Resistance
  How do you translate the value of resistance
  into production practices?
Don’t Wait On Weeds
  Have an aggressive pre-season plan to combat weeds such as Palmer amaranth.
Calcium Is King
  Timely application of calcium is critical for large-seeded peanuts.
Scouting For Soil Insect Pests
  A back-to-the-basics approach to often overlooked, but costly pests.
Off To A Good Start
  Inoculants are one key to achieving vigorous growth and maximum yield.


Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Adapting to change
Market Watch
  Contracting varies from zero acres to 110 percent of last year
News Briefs
Peanut Pointers
 

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