As you you prepare for the 2020 peanut season, gather science-based information, be skeptical of non-replicated data and attend a county meeting.
It is a hard lesson, but the die was cast on much of the damage you see now when the furrow was closed five months ago.
Two and a half months after the initial event, we finally got to personally present the peanut award plaque to Graham Ginn on his farm.
Hurricane Michael changed things for many farmers in the lower Southeast. But when people and spirits rally, they can change things, too.
Oklahoma cotton harvest on the horizon; ginners and growers hopeful
Irrigated acres showed good quality and yields, even as mid-September stayed hot with no rain. But dryland acres crashed quickly.
The PVQE program is a vital part of the pipeline that brings new cultivars to peanut farmers across Virginia and the Carolinas.
“Lorsban will face a tough uphill battle and eventually we could lose this valuable product.” --- N.C. State Entomologist Dr. Rick Brandenburg.
Virginia and North Carolina peanut farmers kept on top of sprays, better managed rotation and chemistry, and got favorable weather.
APC Influencer Tour took the EU bloggers to several locations in Georgia’s peanut industry