Tag Archives: Fertility

Don’t Wait On Weeds

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Depending on weather and field conditions in May, there can be a wide range of peanut sizes and ages moving into June and July. Peanuts in the V-C region most likely will be four to six weeks old in mid-June. Hopefully, herbicide programs used at planting have performed well. The same is true for thrips control. For fields where weeds ... Read More »

New Products

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Verdesian Renews Focus Verdesian Life Sciences new mission statement focuses on the grower customer and is supported by the core values that guide the behavior of all Verdesian team members. The new mission statement reads: At Verdesian Life Sciences, we enable a sustainable future for farmers through nutrient-use efficiency. Read More »

Gypsum Use And Timing

A variety of gypsum sources and application methods gives producers options. By Amanda Huber Gypsum, or calcium sulfate, products are available from many sources and can be purchased based on price, availability and spreadability. It used to only be available in the granular form mined out of Canada or a by-product of fertilizer mining in Florida. Now, there are “wet ... Read More »

Small, But Meaningful

Micronutrients can become a limiting factor to achieving good yields. By Amanda Huber Now that producers have a good handle on the primary and secondary nutrient needs of peanut, soil scientists have shifted focus slightly to include work on micronutrients. When producers think of the essential plant nutrients, it is the primary nutrients of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium that come ... Read More »