Newer peanut varieties with strong yield potential, disease packages and solid grading scores have potential to compete for Georgia peanut acres in coming years.
Attendees will have the opportunity to visit with more than 100 agribusinesses and organizations in the peanut and agricultural industry.
Terry County grower discusses his season, young career and the need for the next MFP payment.
If you can readily answer these questions, you just might be the “Einstein” of pesticides.
With freezing temperatures, there is a growing concern for the final leg of the peanut harvest in Mississippi and Arkansas.
Agronomic benefits come with cotton/peanut rotation.