Find below the Preliminary version of the 2014 Small Plot Official Rice Variety Trial. During 2014, small plot rice variety trials were conducted near the following locations; Choctaw, Clarksdale, Drew, Hollandale, Shaw, Stoneville, and Tunica. Variety trial data is presented segmented by technology, conventional or Clearfield. As of current only rough rice yields are presented, milling . . . → Read More: 2014 Preliminary Rice Variety Trial Data
On behalf of the Mississippi State University Extension Service, we would like to cordially invite you to attend the 2014 Row Crop Short Course to be held at the Bost Extension Center on the campus of Mississippi State University from December 1st – 3rd, 2014.
On-line registration is available at: http://msucares.com/rowcrops/shortcourse/index.html.
Pre-registration is free of . . . → Read More: 2014 Row Crop Short Course
This publication lists those wheat varieties which have demonstrated superior productivity in the MSU Wheat and Oat Variety Trials and summarizes their characteristics. This impartial information should help you better assess wheat varieties which are best suited for your farm.
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Mississippi State University will host its Second Annual Sweetpotato Field Day on Wednesday August 20th at the Pontotoc Ridge-Flatwoods Branch Experiment Station (8320 Hwy 15 S., Pontotoc, MS 38863). The program for the field day is below. Please contact Stephen Meyers with any questions at email@example.com or 662.489.4621.
Sweetpotato Field . . . → Read More: Sweetpotato Field Day Program- August 20th
Preliminary yield data from the 2014 MSU Wheat Variety Trials are now available. This article provides suggestions for analyzing and making variety selection decisions using this data. . . . → Read More: Preliminary Wheat Variety Yield Data
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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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
A corn, cotton, peanut, and soybean field day is scheduled for June 17th at the Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville, MS. The general theme of the field day will include pertinent information for mid-season row crop issues. . . . → Read More: Delta Research and Extension Center’s Agronomic Crops Field Day, June 17, 2014
Many people ask why continue mundane planting date research donâ€™t we have enough. Truth is, when talking about items such as planting date, and soil testing data that will be modeled, there is never enough data. The more data you have, the better the recommendation we as agronomists can give a producer. From 2006 until his . . . → Read More: Rice Planting Date – Are We Too Late
Fungicide resistance has continued to be a hot topic during the off-season. Since 2010, fungicide resistance within the frogeye leaf spot fungal population has been documented in several states including Mississippi. To prevent the development of fungicide resistance from increasing several important steps can be followed. Several of these specific topics will be outlined in this three part series regarding fungicide resistance. . . . → Read More: Management Practices to Reduce the Development of Fungicide Resistance in Soybean: Part I, Improving Disease Management Practices