Final data for the 2014 Mississippi State University on-farm cotton variety trials can be accessed by clicking on the link below. Glyphosate-tolerant variety trials were conducted at 17 locations in 2014 and data are presented in the following manner: all locations pooled together, irrigated trials, dryland trials, trials conducted in the Delta, trials conducted in the . . . → Read More: 2014 On-Farm Cotton Variety Trial Data
Find attached the agenda for the 42nd Annual Delta Ag Expo to be held in Cleveland, MS on Wednesday, January 21 and Thursday, January 22, 2015. We hope to see you in attendance at the Bolivar County Ag Expo Center. . . . → Read More: 2015 Delta Ag Expo, Cleveland, MS – January 21 and 22, 2015
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 2014 Row Crop Short Course will be held at the Bost Extension Center on the campus of Mississippi State University on December 1-3, 2014. Attendance is free of charge if you pre-register. Pre-registration is available until November 26. Registration after November 26 including at the door will be $40 per person. Meals, breaks, refreshments, etc. . . . → Read More: 2014 Row Crop Short Course – End of Pre-Registration
The 2014 Row Crop Short Course will be held at the Bost Extension Center on the campus of Mississippi State University on December 1-3, 2014. Attendance is free of charge if you pre-register. Pre-registration is available until November 26. Registration after November 26 including at the door will be $40 per person. Meals, breaks, refreshments, etc. . . . → Read More: 2014 Row Crop Short Course Preliminary Program
Boll rot appeared to be a common occurrence in numerous cotton fields at the end of the 2014 season. However, not all boll rot can be attributed to bacterial blight, especially in situations where the disease was not observed prior to harvest. Secondary fungal infection can ultimately obscure the observable boll symptoms associated with bacterial blight. Keep this in mind when scouting fields at the end of the season as bacterial blight boll lesions can oftentimes be obscured by secondary fungal invaders. . . . → Read More: Not all Boll Rots are caused by Bacterial Blight
On behalf of the Mississippi State University Extension Service, we would like to cordially invite you to attend the 2014 Row Crop Short Course to be held at the Bost Extension Center on the campus of Mississippi State University from December 1st – 3rd, 2014.
On-line registration is available at: http://msucares.com/rowcrops/shortcourse/index.html.
Pre-registration is free of . . . → Read More: 2014 Row Crop Short Course
The USDA released their 2014 Cotton Varieties Planted Report on September 12, 2014. Stoneville 4946 GLB2 was the top planted variety in Mississippi this year followed by Phytogen 499 WRF and ST 5289 GLT. The entire report may be accessed using the link below:
Cotton acreage by variety for Mississippi is presented in the . . . → Read More: 2014 Cotton Varieties Planted Report
Defoliation season is upon us and as such, the 2014 Mid-South Defoliation Guide has been updated and is ready for use. Those who have worked with cotton fully understand the challenges associated with defoliation. Further compounding an already difficult task is the forecast of uncertain weather over the next several days. The 2014 Cotton Defoliation Guide . . . → Read More: 2014 Cotton Defoliation Guide
As we approach the end of August, terminating cotton irrigation is on the mind of many folks. In cotton, we recommend terminating furrow irrigation at first cracked boll. If you anticipate bolls opening in the immediate future and have been dry for some time, a final irrigation event may be in order. However, once bolls begin . . . → Read More: Cotton Irrigation Termination