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ADEQUATE CALCIUM in the top three inches of the soil profile is critical for optimum development of peanuts
<p><em><strong>ADEQUATE CALCIUM in the top three inches of the soil profile is critical for optimum development of peanuts.</strong></em></p>

Mississippi peanut field days scheduled in September

Jason Sarver, Mississippi State University assistant Extension/research professor and state peanut specialist; Alan Henn, MSU professor of entomology and plant pathology; and Jeff Gore, associate Extension research professor at the Delta Research and Extension Center, will meet with growers at three Mississippi Peanut Growers Association field days in September. &nbsp;

The Mississippi Peanut Growers Association will hold three field days in September, and growers are invited to attend and get a firsthand look at disease plots, insect trial results, and variety and cultural practices trials.

MPGA Executive Director Malcolm Broome says, “We will also have presentations by Jason Sarver, Mississippi State University assistant Extension/research professor and state peanut specialist; Alan Henn, MSU professor of entomology and plant pathology; and Jeff Gore, associate Extension research professor at the Delta Research and Extension Center.

“These specialists will answer grower questions and discuss the work they’re doing on behalf of Mississippi peanut growers.”

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The field days will be at the following locations. All begin at 9 a.m.

Sept. 4, Lucedale, Miss. Registration at the George County Extension Service office, 7128 Hwy 198 East, Lucedale. Following registration, attendees will caravan to the field plots. After the field tours/presentations, there will be lunch at 11:30 a.m. at the Rocky Creek Catfish Cottage.

Sept. 5, Lackey, Miss. (Monroe County), on the Dan West Farm. Directions: From Columbus, travel north on Hwy. 45 to Center Hill Road 3/4 mile from Lackey water tower). At that intersection turn left. (Look for signs to farm.) From Aberdeen, take Hwy 45S, go 3/4 mile past Lackey water tower, and turn right. Lunch at Lackies in Hamilton.

Sept. 12, Tchula, Miss., at Parrish Farms. Meet at the Helena Chemical Company location, 100 Howard Rd. (just off Hwy 12 west from Lexington or Hwy 12 east coming from Tchula) 

For more information, contact Malcolm Broome at 601-606-3547 or malcolm@misspeanuts.com

 

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