U.S. peanut farmers work the best peanuts in the world. That said, problems caused by mishaps, tough decisions or unavoidable circumstances happen throughout the year. Things can be learned from them. This gallery highlights things growers can try to avoid — or actions they can take — to get their 2020 peanut crop off to a good start.
This is the second and final installment of the Southeast Farm Press online editorial series 'Common mistakes reduce peanut profits,' based on the science and observations of the University of Georgia Peanut Team.