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Horseweed Rebounds in 2022 (Podcast)

Horseweed Rebounds in 2022 (Podcast)

🕔16:47, 23.May 2022

Tom Eubank with Nutrien visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to relate his experience with horseweed. We covered a lot of real estate on horseweed. Some topics are horseweed emergence, why it possible resurfaced as a problem this

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2022 Agronomic Scout School

2022 Agronomic Scout School

🕔06:57, 20.May 2022

The Mississippi State Row Crop Team will be hosting three scout schools in 2022.  The program will cover insects, disease, fertility, and agronomy. These events are free of charge, and all are welcome. Each scout school will serve as an

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Soil Moisture Status and Irrigation Initiation (Podcast)

Soil Moisture Status and Irrigation Initiation (Podcast)

🕔06:55, 20.May 2022

Drew and Erick visit with Tom and Jason from the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville about initiation of irrigation in corn.  We recorded this on Friday, May 13 when temperatures were high and conditions were mostly dry.  Many areas

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When should we Start Irrigating Corn to Enhance Yield Potential?

When should we Start Irrigating Corn to Enhance Yield Potential?

🕔11:59, 14.May 2022

At the first hint of summer weather patterns, Midsouth corn growers often get nervous about moisture stress. However, inadequate soil moisture is not nearly as limiting as usually perceived – considering we always have abundant moisture virtually all spring. In fact, excessive moisture can stress corn development and hamper yields, if we trigger irrigation too early.

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Sedge Control – Crossover with Weeds AR Wild Podcast

Sedge Control – Crossover with Weeds AR Wild Podcast

🕔10:05, 13.May 2022

Jason did a recent episode of the Weeds AR Wild Podcast with Tommy Butts from the University of Arkansas Systems Division of Agriculture.  Jason and Tommy discuss sedge control in corn, soybean, cotton, and rice.

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Video – How to Identify Corn Vegetative Growth Stages

Video – How to Identify Corn Vegetative Growth Stages

🕔13:05, 7.May 2022

This video shows how to identify vegetative growth stages of corn or sorghum in the field. In this case we inspect two different examples of corn that have progressed into rapid growth stages.

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How to Determine Corn Vegetative Growth Stages

How to Determine Corn Vegetative Growth Stages

🕔09:15, 6.May 2022

Vegetative growth stages of corn are determined by counting the number of fully emerged leaves with leaf collars present. It is important to appreciate this methodology since it is a basis for timing many management practices, including herbicide application, sidedress fertilizer, and others.

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Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 5.6.22

Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 5.6.22

🕔08:25, 6.May 2022

RBSB Ditch Bank Survey results from the week of May 5, 2022: Carrol (Carrollton)- 0/100 sweeps Humphreys- 1 Adult/100 sweeps Issaquena- 1 Adult/100 sweeps Kemper- 0/100 sweeps Lauderdale- 0/100 sweeps Leake- 0/100 sweeps Leflore- 10 adults/100 sweeps Lowndes- 0/100 sweeps

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Grain Sorghum Planting and Early Management Recommendations

Grain Sorghum Planting and Early Management Recommendations

🕔16:09, 5.May 2022

Grain sorghum has some unique characteristics differing from our major row crops. This article discusses key planting and management practices needed to successfully plant sorghum and get it off to a strong start this spring.

Read Full Article
Stink Bugs and Wheat

Stink Bugs and Wheat

🕔07:44, 5.May 2022

After head emergence in wheat, it is not uncommon to find high number of stink bugs. The predominant species in Mississippi wheat, is the rice stink bug and brown stink bug. It is important to remember that it takes extremely

Read Full Article
Horseweed Rebounds in 2022 (Podcast)

Horseweed Rebounds in 2022 (Podcast)

🕔16:47, 23.May 2022

Tom Eubank with Nutrien visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to relate his experience with horseweed. We covered a lot of real estate on horseweed. Some topics are horseweed emergence, why it possible resurfaced as a problem this

Read Full Article
2022 Agronomic Scout School

2022 Agronomic Scout School

🕔06:57, 20.May 2022

The Mississippi State Row Crop Team will be hosting three scout schools in 2022.  The program will cover insects, disease, fertility, and agronomy. These events are free of charge, and all are welcome. Each scout school will serve as an

Read Full Article
Soil Moisture Status and Irrigation Initiation (Podcast)

Soil Moisture Status and Irrigation Initiation (Podcast)

🕔06:55, 20.May 2022

Drew and Erick visit with Tom and Jason from the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville about initiation of irrigation in corn.  We recorded this on Friday, May 13 when temperatures were high and conditions were mostly dry.  Many areas

Read Full Article
When should we Start Irrigating Corn to Enhance Yield Potential?

When should we Start Irrigating Corn to Enhance Yield Potential?

🕔11:59, 14.May 2022

At the first hint of summer weather patterns, Midsouth corn growers often get nervous about moisture stress. However, inadequate soil moisture is not nearly as limiting as usually perceived – considering we always have abundant moisture virtually all spring. In fact, excessive moisture can stress corn development and hamper yields, if we trigger irrigation too early.

Read Full Article
Sedge Control – Crossover with Weeds AR Wild Podcast

Sedge Control – Crossover with Weeds AR Wild Podcast

🕔10:05, 13.May 2022

Jason did a recent episode of the Weeds AR Wild Podcast with Tommy Butts from the University of Arkansas Systems Division of Agriculture.  Jason and Tommy discuss sedge control in corn, soybean, cotton, and rice.

Read Full Article
Video – How to Identify Corn Vegetative Growth Stages

Video – How to Identify Corn Vegetative Growth Stages

🕔13:05, 7.May 2022

This video shows how to identify vegetative growth stages of corn or sorghum in the field. In this case we inspect two different examples of corn that have progressed into rapid growth stages.

Read Full Article
How to Determine Corn Vegetative Growth Stages

How to Determine Corn Vegetative Growth Stages

🕔09:15, 6.May 2022

Vegetative growth stages of corn are determined by counting the number of fully emerged leaves with leaf collars present. It is important to appreciate this methodology since it is a basis for timing many management practices, including herbicide application, sidedress fertilizer, and others.

Read Full Article
Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 5.6.22

Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 5.6.22

🕔08:25, 6.May 2022

RBSB Ditch Bank Survey results from the week of May 5, 2022: Carrol (Carrollton)- 0/100 sweeps Humphreys- 1 Adult/100 sweeps Issaquena- 1 Adult/100 sweeps Kemper- 0/100 sweeps Lauderdale- 0/100 sweeps Leake- 0/100 sweeps Leflore- 10 adults/100 sweeps Lowndes- 0/100 sweeps

Read Full Article
Grain Sorghum Planting and Early Management Recommendations

Grain Sorghum Planting and Early Management Recommendations

🕔16:09, 5.May 2022

Grain sorghum has some unique characteristics differing from our major row crops. This article discusses key planting and management practices needed to successfully plant sorghum and get it off to a strong start this spring.

Read Full Article
Stink Bugs and Wheat

Stink Bugs and Wheat

🕔07:44, 5.May 2022

After head emergence in wheat, it is not uncommon to find high number of stink bugs. The predominant species in Mississippi wheat, is the rice stink bug and brown stink bug. It is important to remember that it takes extremely

Read Full Article

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