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Pheromone Trap Counts, June 15, 2016

Pheromone Trap Counts, June 15, 2016

🕔15:31, 17.Jun 2016

This week’s trap counts were similar to slightly higher than last week and last year for both bollworm and tobacco budworm. However, they are simlar to lower than long term average trap counts for this time of year. Corn is

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Is Row Rice in your Future?

Is Row Rice in your Future?

🕔11:22, 17.Jun 2016

Row rice or furrow irrigated rice is once again being investigated by the MSU Irrigation team as an alternative to conventional flooded rice production.  Some of you may recall Dr. Joe Street and Dr. Ted Miller worked with Clarksdale’s Leon

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Managing Cotton After Uneven Emergence

Managing Cotton After Uneven Emergence

🕔08:11, 11.Jun 2016

Numerous instances have been observed this year where multiple growth stages of cotton occur in the same field and in some instances in the same row.  This situation can present management challenges throughout the season.  The following points are offered

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Southwestern Corn Borer Trap Counts: June 11, 2016

Southwestern Corn Borer Trap Counts: June 11, 2016

🕔18:29, 10.Jun 2016

All southwestern corn borer trapping locations did not report this week, but numbers were very low across the state. The highest numbers were in the south Delta, but still well below threshold with the highest number being 22 in one trap

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Insect Trap Counts, June 8, 2016

Insect Trap Counts, June 8, 2016

🕔17:15, 10.Jun 2016

Bollworm trap counts were somewhat lower this week in all counties except Lowndes. Tobacco budworm counts were slightly higher than last week, especially in the northeastern Hills region, but still not very high. Most corn is at or approaching pollination,

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Transform Section 18 Approved for Use in Mississippi Cotton

Transform Section 18 Approved for Use in Mississippi Cotton

🕔06:03, 8.Jun 2016

The Environmental Protection Agency has now authorized the use of Transform WG (sulfoxaflor) in Mississippi for control of tarnished plant bugs in cotton. For specific details see below.

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What is An Acceptable Final Plant Population in Cotton?

What is An Acceptable Final Plant Population in Cotton?

🕔15:36, 3.Jun 2016

This planting season has been challenging for a number of reasons.  Cool, wet weather in early May gave way to very dry weather for several weeks thereafter in many areas of the state.  Emergence problems have been observed in several areas

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Pheromone Trap Counts, June 1, 2016

Pheromone Trap Counts, June 1, 2016

🕔15:12, 3.Jun 2016

It is once again time to start posting pheromone trap results to assist you in making insect management decisions. This year we have 3-4 bollworm and 3-4 tobacco budworm pheromone traps in 5 Delta counties and 3 Northeastern Hill counties

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How Long Will Residual Herbicides Remain on the Soil Surface Without an Activating Rainfall?

How Long Will Residual Herbicides Remain on the Soil Surface Without an Activating Rainfall?

🕔14:36, 3.Jun 2016

Spring weather has proven challenging once again in 2016.  Cool, wet conditions persisted into early May with planting not really getting started on a broad scale until late in the first week of May or the beginning of the second

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Irrigation Sensors: A Management Tool

Irrigation Sensors: A Management Tool

🕔10:02, 3.Jun 2016

There are many reasons why growers initiate early season irrigation.  Activation and incorporation of dry fertilizers and herbicides have been one motivating factor this year.  This year, it appears, growers are getting more familiar with utilizing soil moisture sensors as

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