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Missing Rows in Twin Row Soybeans

Missing Rows in Twin Row Soybeans

🕔14:36, 27.Apr 2017

As we start to see the soybeans from the last couple rounds of planting emerge, we will begin to notice some planter problems that occurred.  These can include skips, blanks spots, and even whole rows missing.  With the popularity of

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2017 Mississippi Soybean Yield Contest

2017 Mississippi Soybean Yield Contest

🕔10:40, 12.Apr 2017

  As we go through soybean planting keep in mind that starting in 2017 the Mississippi Soybean Association in partnership with the Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board will be sponsoring the 1st annual Mississippi Soybean Yield Contest. The 2017 Mississippi Soybean

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Soybean Planting Dates and Maturity Groups for Mississippi

Soybean Planting Dates and Maturity Groups for Mississippi

🕔13:47, 29.Mar 2017

It is nearly April and many producers are itching to start planting soybeans in Mississippi.  Given that, I figured now would be a good time to re-post some information from a large multi-state study that looked at the interaction of

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You don’t need to push soybean seeding rates

You don’t need to push soybean seeding rates

🕔12:16, 28.Mar 2017

  Last spring I was driving around with a farmer who told me that he was going to plant his soybeans at 180,000 seeds/acre.  When I asked him why, he said “More mommies and daddies make more babies.”  That statement

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Pipe Planner Webinar Week Two

Pipe Planner Webinar Week Two

🕔09:36, 10.Mar 2017

Next week will begin Pipe Planner’s second installation of the weekly webinar series in March.  Below you will find two separate invitations for the week on March 14 and March 17 .  Select which webinar you would like to attend,

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Crop Marketing and Risk Management Workshop

Crop Marketing and Risk Management Workshop

🕔07:51, 3.Mar 2017

Mississippi State Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension Service will host a crop marketing workshop March 8, 2017 at the Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville, MS and March 9, 2017 at the North Mississippi Research and Extension Center.

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Pipe Planner Webinar Schedule

Pipe Planner Webinar Schedule

🕔09:07, 2.Mar 2017

  To address the declining Mississippi River Valley Alluvial aquifer, Mississippi State University developed the Row-Crop Irrigation Science and Extension Research (RISER) program. RISER’s goal is to develop a science based approach for evaluating Irrigation Water Management (IWM) practices in the Mississippi Delta

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Time to Throw those Watermarks Away

Time to Throw those Watermarks Away

🕔07:30, 24.Feb 2017

Throw them away! As we begin to prepare for the up coming irrigation season here are some things to consider.  Watermark soil moisture sensors are probably the most widely used sensor here in the Delta.  We are now into the

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Spring Tillage Ineffective for Glyphosate-resistant Italian Ryegrass Control

Spring Tillage Ineffective for Glyphosate-resistant Italian Ryegrass Control

🕔11:32, 17.Feb 2017

Spring tillage with the intent of controlling GR Italian ryegrass is nearly futile.

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MSU Researcher Utilizes Small Plots to Verify AWD

MSU Researcher Utilizes Small Plots to Verify AWD

🕔09:10, 17.Feb 2017

In addition to the large scale on farm rice studies, MSU research has utilized controlled small plot research to verify the use of AWD in rice.  PhD. candidate Lee Atwill shares his AWD investigations. Experiments were conducted at the Delta

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Row Rice Results from Silent Shade Planting Co.

Row Rice Results from Silent Shade Planting Co.

🕔08:49, 10.Feb 2017

In 2015,  Jeremy Jacks and  brother in law, Trey Koger  had a hilly field, traditionally planted in soybeans, adjacent to a large tract of conventionally grown rice.  Faced with all the issues of herbicide drift if soybeans had been planted,

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2016 Riser Program Irrigation Summary

2016 Riser Program Irrigation Summary

🕔09:24, 3.Feb 2017

The Row-Crop Irrigation Science and Extension Research (RISER) was developed as a science based approach to evaluating irrigation Best Management Practices (BMPs) here in the Delta. The RISER program is designed to assist producers in reducing water use while maintaining

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Future of Agriculture Graduate Student Meeting

Future of Agriculture Graduate Student Meeting

🕔08:45, 28.Jan 2017

On February 9th 2017, Mississippi State University will host the fifth annual Future of Agriculture Graduate Student Competition. The competition will be open to M.S. and Ph.D. students working in production agriculture. Over the last several years, there has been

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Soybean Irrigation: Flood vs Furrow Results

Soybean Irrigation: Flood vs Furrow Results

🕔09:34, 27.Jan 2017

From time to time the Irrigation Team at MSU is requested to investigate the effects of certain agronomic and cultural practices farmers use.  Traditionally, many rice farmers chose to flood irrigate their soybeans.  Rice farmers were accustom to pulling levees

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Deadline for reporting flow meter usage nears

🕔10:32, 23.Jan 2017

February 1, 2017 is the deadline for reporting your 2016 water usage. MDEQ should have sent each participate a survey for completion in the fall of 2016. The survey must be returned to MDEQ either by mail, fax, or the

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Three Years of AWD Water Savings in Rice

Three Years of AWD Water Savings in Rice

🕔11:46, 20.Jan 2017

AWD is a water-saving technology that farmers can use to reduce the amount of irrigation water used in rice fields without any yield penalty. In AWD, farmers allow the flood water to recede to a “muddy” state before re-flooding the

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2016 Mississippi County Meeting Schedule – Finalized

2016 Mississippi County Meeting Schedule – Finalized

🕔10:28, 14.Jan 2017

MSU Extension is hosting a series of meetings to be held throughout the state to prepare growers for the upcoming season.  These meetings will focus on market outlooks, variety selection, weed management, insect and plant disease management, and other current crop production

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Soybean Variety Suggestions for 2017

🕔15:34, 7.Dec 2016

Variety selection is likely the most critical management decision associated with soybean production. Factors such as soil type, planting date, irrigation capabilities, row spacing, harvest capacity, among others, may influence the decision of selecting an appropriate variety for profitable soybean

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Mississippi Soybean Forum- November 14

Mississippi Soybean Forum- November 14

🕔15:24, 1.Nov 2016

The Mississippi Soybean Association will be hosting the Mississippi Soybean Forum on Monday November 14 at the Capps Center in Stoneville, MS.  The forum will include a presentation from Dan Bremer of Ag Works LLC. about the future of the

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Cotton Varieties Planted Report

Cotton Varieties Planted Report

🕔14:03, 23.Sep 2016

The USDA-AMS has released it’s 2016 cotton varieties planted report.  The report in it’s entirety can be accessed clicking the following: 2016 Cotton Varieties Planted Report The top 10 planted varieties in Mississippi are given below:

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Numerous Caterpillars Showing Up in Cotton

Numerous Caterpillars Showing Up in Cotton

🕔07:32, 13.Aug 2016

Over the last couple weeks, we have received numerous calls about multiple caterpillar pests in Bt cotton. By far, the most common and widespread species has been bollworm, but populations of fall armyworm are also high and we have even heard

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Stink Bugs and Redbanded Stink Bugs in Soybeans- What to do?

Stink Bugs and Redbanded Stink Bugs in Soybeans- What to do?

🕔09:13, 12.Aug 2016

Over the last few weeks we have been getting more and more calls about redbanded stink bug in soybeans. Redbanded stink bugs (RBSB) are voracious seed feeders, infest fields later, and are more difficult to control than greens, southern greens,

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Appeals Board Allows Growers to Use Existing Stocks of Belt While Siding with EPA on Cancellation

Appeals Board Allows Growers to Use Existing Stocks of Belt While Siding with EPA on Cancellation

🕔06:01, 1.Aug 2016

NEWS RELEASE Appeals Board Allows Growers to Use Existing Stocks of Belt While Siding with EPA on Cancellation Mixed decision affirms benefits of permitting exhaustion of existing stocks of Belt, but upholds EPA decision to cancel. RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.

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Tarnished Plant Bugs in 2016

Tarnished Plant Bugs in 2016

🕔08:07, 29.Jul 2016

What has happened with tarnished plant bug this year? That has been the million dollar question this year in cotton. Numerous consultants have told us that tarnished plant bug populations are lower than they have ever seen in their careers

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Pheromone Trap Counts and Assays, July 22, 2016

Pheromone Trap Counts and Assays, July 22, 2016

🕔13:51, 22.Jul 2016

Pheromone trap catches for tobacco budworm this week were at higher levels than normally seen during this time of year in all areas of the state. Bollworms were back down some this week after being quite high in some regions

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