In This Issue
Cowpea Aphid
A Wedge-Shaped Wonder
Tropic Croton
Benghal Dayflower
Farm Bill Update
Pesticide Roundup
Market Watch
News Products
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Current Issue: June 2013

Peanut Grower Magazine CoverWatch for These Pests
In 2012, cowpea aphids were observed feeding on large areas of peanut acres in a very sandy region of Florida, close to the Alabama border. There have been numerous other instances where cowpea aphids have been seen feeding on peanut pegs, but those infestations were overlooked as serious. Read more...
 

Feature Stories

Cowpea Aphid
  Scout developing pegs to find this
  pest feeding.
A Wedge-Shaped Wonder
  This long-named, small insect has risen
  to the status of key pest.
Tropic Croton
  Surveys indicate this is the third most troublesome weed in peanuts.
Benghal Dayflower
  Changes in production schemes may cause a resurgence of this weed.
Farm Bill Update
  Will 2013 be the year a five-year Farm Bill is passed?
Pesticide Roundup


Columns & Departments
Market Watch
  No contract offers to encourage peanut planting
News Products

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