Baughman checks crops in Leflore, Tallahatchie, Sunflower, Quitman and Coahoma counties in Mississippi and in Phillips County, Ark.
Jun 19, 2019
By John Wood, Regional Manager, CA South Central Valley
California citrus growers asked to employ voluntary measures to slow spread of Huanglongbing in the state
Aspergillus crown rot is difficult to treat once it is seen in the field.
In low-income countries, more than 25% of crops are lost to pests and diseases
Fungal leaf spot disease also has been identified, and the risk for fusarium head blight has increased.
“What are you seeing in the field?” is a question I get throughout the season from growers anxious to prepare for the diseases they may face.
When you stretch your pecan scab sprays out, you really have to be watching the forecast closely.
Late emergence and cool, wet weather slow plant growth, increasing chance for diseases to attack corn and beans.
Agronomists share what’s happening in fields across the Midwest.