Three crop consultants offer tips on early season protection, including seed treatments, in-furrow treatments, sprays and cultural practices.
Nematodes, foliar diseases and viruses, little more than an afterthought a decade ago, now demand attention from cotton farmers and consultants.
With questions surrounding CLRDV, researchers are looking into management practices to control aphid populations in cotton.
Tom Allen, Extension and research plant pathologist, explains what he and other pathologists have learned so far concerning CLRDV in Mississippi.
Soil testing is the first step to successful management of this yield-robbing pest.
Heather Kelly discusses three main diseases in cotton and how to treat them if they prove to be a problem for your farm.
Corn Illustrated: Because different diseases like different conditions, type and prevalence will depend on location.
Corn Illustrated: Some tar spot and southern rust were reported, but gray leaf spot was more prevalent.
Aphid-transmitted disease of cotton confirmed at UT research station.
Syngenta receives registration for Saltro seed treatment to fight sudden death syndrome in soybeans.