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MS Chapter ASA Meeting – November 9th

MS Chapter ASA Meeting – November 9th

🕔15:25, 12.Oct 2016

The 2016 MS ASA Annual Agronomy meeting will be held Wednesday November 9, 2016 at the Grenada Co. Extension office.  A wide range of topics will be discussed including Iron chlorosis concerns for soybeans to winter forage strategies for livestock.

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2016 MS ASA Summer Agronomy Tour – Highlights Mississippi Sweet Potato

2016 MS ASA Summer Agronomy Tour – Highlights Mississippi Sweet Potato

🕔08:02, 21.Jun 2016

The 2016 MS ASA Summer Agronomy Tour will be Held June 29 in Vardaman, MS at the Penick Produce Co.  This years tour will highlight all things Sweet Potato with topics ranging from Sweet Potato Production to Agritourism.  The program can

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Reminder Mississippi ASA Meeting – November 4, 2015

Reminder Mississippi ASA Meeting – November 4, 2015

🕔17:16, 22.Oct 2015

The Mississippi Chapter of the ASA will hold their annual meeting on Wednesday November 4, 2015 at the Grenada Co. Extension Office.  Certified Crop Adviser CEU’s will be available as well as recertification credits for Category X and IA applicator

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Mississippi American Society of Agronomy Meeting – November 4, 2015

Mississippi American Society of Agronomy Meeting – November 4, 2015

🕔09:00, 17.Sep 2015

The Mississippi Chapter of the ASA will hold their annual meeting on Wednesday November 4, 2015 at the Grenada Co. Extension Office.  Certified Crop Adviser CEU’s will be available as well as recertification credits for Category X and IA applicator

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Fall 2014 Lime Programs

🕔14:19, 28.Aug 2014

With harvest beginning, it is time to think about the next crop. Fall liming allows time for the soil to react before the next summer crop is planted, and takes advantage of the (usually) drier conditions for field operations. Soil

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There’s Good News About the Potassium in Your Soil

🕔15:18, 13.Dec 2013

As you look over your fields this winter, be thankful for the tons of potassium (K) present in every acre. It is the most abundant mineral macro-nutrient on earth, which is good because most crops utilize large quantities of it.

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