Metribuzin is an important herbicide for controlling numerous weed species in wheat. However, wheat varieties may differ in tolerance to metribuzin. These are the results from our evaluation of wheat varieties included in the MSU Wheat Variety Trials. This should help you better assess potential for wheat crop injury. . . . → Read More: 2014 Wheat Variety Evaluations for Tolerance to Metribuzin Herbicide
Find below All data from the 2014 Small Plot Cotton Official Variety Trial (OVT). During 2014, small plot cotton variety trials were conducted near the following locations; Brooksville, Clarksdale, Itta Bena, Senatobia, Starkville, Stoneville, Tunica, and Verona. The Cotton OVT contains varieties previously tested and New for 2014 varieties. We did not gain enough entries to . . . → Read More: 2014 Mississippi Small Plot Cotton Variety Trial Data
The Row-Crop Irrigation Science and Extension Research (RISER) was developed as a science based approach to evaluating irrigation Best Management Practices (BMPs) here in the Delta. The RISER program is designed to assist producers in reducing water use while maintaining yield and profitability. Growers participating in the RISER program agree to allow the MSU researcher to . . . → Read More: 2014 Mississippi State University RISER Program Results
The On-Farm Soybean Variety Demonstration Program is conducted using a set of varieties with proven performance. These varieties are grown in a production setting on various soil types and management systems around the state. Demonstration sets for both maturity group IV and V varieties are selected for both irrigated and non-irrigated production systems. Data generated through . . . → Read More: 2014 On-Farm Soybean Variety Demonstration Program Summary
Earlier this year the Mississippi State Chemical Laboratory lowered the fee for poultry litter analysis.
Nutrient content of litter used for fertilizer varies up to 60%. Crop producers should have a recent analysis of litter so appropriate land application rates are used.
Previously many growers used less expensive laboratories in Louisiana and Arkansas for their analyses. However, the . . . → Read More: Lower Cost for Poultry Litter Analysis in Mississippi
Delta area producer and landowners don’t want to miss the Dec. 10, 2014 Irrigation and Water Conservation Summit at the Capps Center in Stoneville, Miss. The event will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will conclude at 3:20 p.m. Lunch will be served but no registration fee is required.
During the general sessions and breakout sessions, participants can . . . → Read More: Irrigation Summit Scheduled for December 10th in Stoneville
Variety selection is one of the most critical management decisions associated with soybean production. Factors such as soil type, planting date, irrigation capabilities, row spacing, harvest capacity, and others may influence the decision of selecting an appropriate variety for profitable soybean production.
There are a number of excellent varieties available to choose from. The link below is . . . → Read More: Soybean Variety Suggestions for 2015
Disease severity was rated for each of the OVT soybean entries at all locations planted during 2014. Varieties were rated using a 0-9 scale where 0=no disease and 9=severe disease symptoms. The attachments on this blog post contain the Maturity Group IV and early and late entries. The MG V entries will be along shortly. . . . → Read More: 2014 Soybean Variety Trial Disease Ratings, Part II: Maturity Group IV Varieties
The MSU Corn Hybrid Demonstration Program evaluates superior corn hybrids from numerous seed companies who market corn in Mississippi. Our objective is to provide you more opportunity to evaluate premier corn hybrids and substantially supplement the independent and unbiased information gathered in the University Hybrid Trials. . . . → Read More: 2014 Corn Hybrid Demonstration Program Results
Disease severity was rated for each of the OVT soybean entries at all locations planted during 2014. Varieties were rated using a 0-9 scale where 0=no disease and 9=severe disease symptoms. The attachments on this blog post contain the Maturity Group IV and V Conventional and LibertyLink entries. The MG IV and V RR entries will be along shortly. . . . → Read More: 2014 Soybean Variety Trial Disease Ratings, Part I: Conventional and LibertyLink Varieties