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Spray Earlier
Don’t Let Up
Growing Peanuts One Drip At A Time
Making Gains In Mississippi
Market Watch
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Current Issue: April 2013

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New Recommendation: Spray Earlier
The yield potential of newer cultivars is well established, especially after a new record average yield in 2012 of 4,192 pounds per acre. That’s the upside. Producers, Extension personnel and researchers are now realizing that the new varieties have a downside, and it seems to be susceptibility to disease. Read more...
 
 

Feature Stories

Spray Earlier
  University of Georgia researchers say a
  banded application at 30 days after
  planting makes a season-long difference
  in white mold control
Don’t Let Up
  Use an integrated approach to managing Palmer amaranth and aim to start clean.
Growing Peanuts One Drip At A Time
  Texas producer, Mike Patterson, talks about his use of drip irrigation to make the
  most of available water.
Making Gains In Mississippi
  More producers are adding peanuts to their rotations as new marketing opportunities open up.



Columns & Departments
Market Watch
  Could exports whittle carry-over down to a manageable amount?
News Products
News Briefs


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