We are quickly approaching that time of year where some of the earlier planted fields are turning color and others are approaching R6 vey quickly. Often times many of the insect pest we deal with “pile in” about this time and growers face the tough decision to treat when it may not pay back or try and race them to the end. We have devoted a lot of time and effort in recent years to evaluate and validate thresholds in soybeans under the current growing practices in Mississippi. Through these research efforts we have made several changes to insect thresholds and termination points for insect pest of soybeans in MS. . . . → Read More: Terminating Insect Sprays in Mississippi Soybeans
The North Mississippi Research and Extension Center’s Agronomic Row Crops Field Day on Thursday, August 7 will present the latest research to the area’s row-crop farmers and consultants. The field day will be from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Lee County Agri-Center Magnolia Conference Center on Highway 145 South in Verona.
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“It ain’t over till it’s over!” Amazing as it seems, several producers have not laid poly pipe. After the five plus inches of rainfall we received last week, some producers are questioning the need to lay pipe this late in the season. With harvest for corn and rice within 30 days, does it make sense to . . . → Read More: “It ain’t over till it’s over!” / Turnrow Talks
Mississippi State University and Dow AgroSciences will be conducting a field day at the farm of Douglas and Chris Hood on Wednesday, July 2, 2014. The field day will begin at 9 a.m. and will focus on Enlist(TM) Weed Control System in cotton and soybeans. Potential topics include weed management programs utilizing the Enlist system, non-crop preemergence and postemergence . . . → Read More: Reminder: MSU/Dow AgroSciences Field Day – Dundee, MS – July 2, 2014
The importance of soil moisture sensors is becoming more evident as we continue forward this growing season. Today (Monday, June 16th), we received a call regarding sensor readings that were assessed early this morning. The following are the data discussed in this scenario. . . . → Read More: Is My Soil Moisture Sensor Broke?
Frogeye leaf spot management continues to be a hot topic during the 2014 season. Scattered reports of frogeye in R3+ soybean fields continue to be made. Most of the questions at this time tend to be regarding fungicide management suggestions at the R3/R4 application timing. Knowing what varieties are planted in fields is one of the most important determining factors since susceptible varieties should be managed differently at R3/R4 than frogeye tolerant varieties. . . . → Read More: Frogeye Leaf Spot Management Suggestions for the 2014 Season
Although we have received lots of rainfall this season, it is time to initiate irrigation in soybean. Keep in mind that irrigation during the early vegetative phase provides little to no yield benefit. The reason to apply irrigation during the vegetative stages is to promote adequate vegetative growth and node development. It is during the reproductive . . . → Read More: Soybean Irrigation Initiation
With most of Mississippi receiving large amounts of rain during early June, opportunities for herbicide applications in soybean have been rare up to this week. Several calls have come in regarding herbicide options in situations where the weather has prevented timely postemergence (POST) applications. Each situation is likely different depending on the growth stage of the . . . → Read More: Soybean herbicide options for delayed postemergence applications targeting Palmer amaranth
Mississippi State University and Monsanto Company will be conducting a field day in Robinsonville, MS on Thursday, July 10, 2014. The field day will focus on the Roundup Ready(R) Xtend Crop System in cotton and soybeans. Field demonstrations will include cotton and soybean germplasm as well as Palmer amaranth control in the Roundup Ready(R) Xtend Crop System. Speakers from Monsanto . . . → Read More: Mississippi State University/Monsanto Company Field Day – July 10, 2014 – Robinsonville, MS
Mississippi State University and Dow AgroSciences will be conducting a field day at the farm of Douglas and Chris Hood on Wednesday, July 2, 2014. The field day will begin at 9 a.m. and will focus on Enlist(TM) Weed Control System in cotton and soybeans. Potential topics include weed management programs utilizing the Enlist system, non-crop preemergence and postemergence . . . → Read More: Mississippi State University/Dow AgroSciences Field Day – Dundee, MS – July 2, 2014