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Managing PPO-resistant Palmer Amaranth in Mississippi Soybean

Managing PPO-resistant Palmer Amaranth in Mississippi Soybean

🕔09:19, 25.Mar 2016

Suggested herbicide programs in Mississippi soybean have been updated to address multiple resistance to glyphosate, ALS, and/or PPO herbicides in Palmer amaranth.

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2016 Scout Schools

2016 Scout Schools

🕔19:04, 18.Mar 2016

Mississippi State University will be hosting 5 scout schools this year. We have transitioned over the years to make these trainings much more diverse than insect pest alone. This year we will be including insects, disease, fertility, and herbicide symptomology.

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Preplant Intervals for Auxin Herbicides in Mississippi

Preplant Intervals for Auxin Herbicides in Mississippi

🕔09:34, 18.Mar 2016

Observing the preplant intervals for 2,4-D and dicamba prior to planting is important.

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GAPs/GHPs Training- March 18, 2016 (Pittsboro, MS)

🕔09:33, 14.Mar 2016

Good Agricultural and Handling Practices for Producers of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, and Nuts Training-   A Certificate Program   When: March 18, 2016 Time:  9:30 am-12:00 pm Where: Calhoun County Extension Office, 121 Parker St., Pittsboro, MS   The Good Agricultural

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2016 MSU Grain Sorghum Hybrid Suggestions

2016 MSU Grain Sorghum Hybrid Suggestions

🕔13:56, 11.Mar 2016

This article lists grain sorghum hybrids which have demonstrated superior productivity in the MSU MAFES Grain Sorghum Hybrid Trials and neighboring University trials. This information should improve your ability to select well-adapted sorghum hybrids for Mississippi based on University performance trials.

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Weed Spectrums in Mississippi Rice

Weed Spectrums in Mississippi Rice

🕔12:01, 9.Mar 2016

Barnyardgrass is the most common and troublesome weed of Mississippi rice.

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Pesticide Calibration Made Easy

Pesticide Calibration Made Easy

🕔08:07, 9.Mar 2016

Proper calibration of agricultural pesticide application equipment can mean the difference in control or failure of a pesticide against the targeted pest and potentially thousands of dollars of savings to the grower. Many growers are now using rate controllers; however,

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Black Rot in Sweetpotato- A Fact Sheet

Black Rot in Sweetpotato- A Fact Sheet

🕔13:17, 8.Mar 2016

Black rot is on the minds of many sweetpotato producers in the United States. The fungal disease was reported in North Carolina in 2015, and there have been at least three diagnosed incidence of black rot in Mississippi since last

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Broiler Litter as Fertilizer for Row Crops

Broiler Litter as Fertilizer for Row Crops

🕔09:36, 3.Mar 2016

Extensive research has been conducted with poultry litter as a nutrient source for row crops within Mississippi. Mississippi ranks among the top five states in both numbers of broiler chickens grown and quantity of meat produced. Broiler production primarily is

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Seed Treatments and Thrips 2016: Expectations

Seed Treatments and Thrips 2016: Expectations

🕔11:42, 2.Mar 2016

Although commodity prices have not been exciting for any crop we grow, Mississippi is expected to see cotton acres increase as much as 40% this year. As we have been traveling the meeting circuit, the common denominator has been, “What inputs can we cut in an off year?” This has been asked of all crops lately, not just cotton. It seems that seed treatments are the first thing that comes up during this conversation in every crop; however, this is not a viable option in cotton.

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