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Identifying Wheat Growth Stages using the Feekes Scale

Identifying Wheat Growth Stages using the Feekes Scale

🕔09:36, 4.Feb 2023

The Feekes scale is likely the most commonly used system to describe wheat and other small grain’s growth and development stages. Understanding of wheat plant development is important so that you may better time management inputs to optimize crop response. This article helps you identify specific wheat growth stages.

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Spring Nitrogen Fertilizer Recommendations for Wheat

Spring Nitrogen Fertilizer Recommendations for Wheat

🕔09:34, 4.Feb 2023

Our moist climate challenges our ability to fertilize wheat. This article outlines best management practices for nitrogen application timing, fertilizer sources, rates and other important practices which can greatly enhance wheat productivity.

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The Present and Future of Weed Science

The Present and Future of Weed Science

🕔10:34, 2.Feb 2023

Dr. Peter Dotray from Texas Tech University and the Texas Agrilife Extension Service along with Dr. Dan Reynolds from Mississippi State University sat down with Tom and Jason at the 2022 Row Crop Short Course in Starkville to talk about

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Cotton Production and Profitability Workshop 2.22

Cotton Production and Profitability Workshop 2.22

🕔10:32, 2.Feb 2023

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When should Cover Crops be Terminated for Corn?

When should Cover Crops be Terminated for Corn?

🕔11:25, 28.Jan 2023

Cover crops can improve soil health and water quality and are being grown on more acres. However, their growth may extend into the spring and present challenges for primary crops. We are investigating these dynamics so that we may implement strategies to realize advantages while minimizing risk. Corn production presents issues that we will address.

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MACA 49th Annual Conference – February 7-8, 2023 – Bost Extension Center

MACA 49th Annual Conference – February 7-8, 2023 – Bost Extension Center

🕔09:12, 17.Jan 2023

The 49th Annual Conference of the Mississippi Agricultural Consultants Association will take place February 7-8, 2023 at the Bost Extension Center, 190 Bost Extension Drive, on the campus of Mississippi State University. MACA Committee meetings and Exhibitor set-up will be

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The 26th annual National Conservation Systems Cotton and Rice Conference is scheduled for January 31 and February 1, 2023

The 26th annual National Conservation Systems Cotton and Rice Conference is scheduled for January 31 and February 1, 2023

🕔11:50, 10.Jan 2023

LOUISIANA GOVERNOR JOINS 117 RESEARCHERS, FARMERS AND CONSULTANTS WHO WILL ADDRESS MID-SOUTH FARMERS IN BATON ROUGE THIS MONTH Governor John Bel Edwards will give the Keynote address as he joins  researchers, farmers and  Certified Crop Advisors, who will speak at

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2022: Response of Cotton Varieties to Inoculation with Xanthomonas citri pv. malvacearum, the Causal Organism of Bacterial Blight

2022: Response of Cotton Varieties to Inoculation with Xanthomonas citri pv. malvacearum, the Causal Organism of Bacterial Blight

🕔10:09, 17.Dec 2022

Response of the cotton varieties contained within the 2022 Official Variety Trial to bacterial blight following evaluations conducted on inoculated plots from Stoneville, MS are included in this blog post.

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2023 Soybean Variety Suggestions

2023 Soybean Variety Suggestions

🕔11:22, 12.Dec 2022

Variety selection is one of the most important soybean management decisions that can be made. With many excellent soybean varieties to choose from, this decision can sometimes be time consuming. Remember, factors such as soil texture, planting date, row spacing,

Read Full Article
Iron Deficiency Chlorosis – 2022 Soybean Variety Tolerance Scores

Iron Deficiency Chlorosis – 2022 Soybean Variety Tolerance Scores

🕔11:19, 12.Dec 2022

Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) is an annual challenge for soybean producers in certain areas of our state. This issue is most common for soybean grown in our high pH soils. While there are some alternative management practices that may help

Read Full Article
Identifying Wheat Growth Stages using the Feekes Scale

Identifying Wheat Growth Stages using the Feekes Scale

🕔09:36, 4.Feb 2023

The Feekes scale is likely the most commonly used system to describe wheat and other small grain’s growth and development stages. Understanding of wheat plant development is important so that you may better time management inputs to optimize crop response. This article helps you identify specific wheat growth stages.

Read Full Article
Spring Nitrogen Fertilizer Recommendations for Wheat

Spring Nitrogen Fertilizer Recommendations for Wheat

🕔09:34, 4.Feb 2023

Our moist climate challenges our ability to fertilize wheat. This article outlines best management practices for nitrogen application timing, fertilizer sources, rates and other important practices which can greatly enhance wheat productivity.

Read Full Article
The Present and Future of Weed Science

The Present and Future of Weed Science

🕔10:34, 2.Feb 2023

Dr. Peter Dotray from Texas Tech University and the Texas Agrilife Extension Service along with Dr. Dan Reynolds from Mississippi State University sat down with Tom and Jason at the 2022 Row Crop Short Course in Starkville to talk about

Read Full Article
Cotton Production and Profitability Workshop 2.22

Cotton Production and Profitability Workshop 2.22

🕔10:32, 2.Feb 2023

Read Full Article
When should Cover Crops be Terminated for Corn?

When should Cover Crops be Terminated for Corn?

🕔11:25, 28.Jan 2023

Cover crops can improve soil health and water quality and are being grown on more acres. However, their growth may extend into the spring and present challenges for primary crops. We are investigating these dynamics so that we may implement strategies to realize advantages while minimizing risk. Corn production presents issues that we will address.

Read Full Article
MACA 49th Annual Conference – February 7-8, 2023 – Bost Extension Center

MACA 49th Annual Conference – February 7-8, 2023 – Bost Extension Center

🕔09:12, 17.Jan 2023

The 49th Annual Conference of the Mississippi Agricultural Consultants Association will take place February 7-8, 2023 at the Bost Extension Center, 190 Bost Extension Drive, on the campus of Mississippi State University. MACA Committee meetings and Exhibitor set-up will be

Read Full Article
The 26th annual National Conservation Systems Cotton and Rice Conference is scheduled for January 31 and February 1, 2023

The 26th annual National Conservation Systems Cotton and Rice Conference is scheduled for January 31 and February 1, 2023

🕔11:50, 10.Jan 2023

LOUISIANA GOVERNOR JOINS 117 RESEARCHERS, FARMERS AND CONSULTANTS WHO WILL ADDRESS MID-SOUTH FARMERS IN BATON ROUGE THIS MONTH Governor John Bel Edwards will give the Keynote address as he joins  researchers, farmers and  Certified Crop Advisors, who will speak at

Read Full Article
2022: Response of Cotton Varieties to Inoculation with Xanthomonas citri pv. malvacearum, the Causal Organism of Bacterial Blight

2022: Response of Cotton Varieties to Inoculation with Xanthomonas citri pv. malvacearum, the Causal Organism of Bacterial Blight

🕔10:09, 17.Dec 2022

Response of the cotton varieties contained within the 2022 Official Variety Trial to bacterial blight following evaluations conducted on inoculated plots from Stoneville, MS are included in this blog post.

Read Full Article
2023 Soybean Variety Suggestions

2023 Soybean Variety Suggestions

🕔11:22, 12.Dec 2022

Variety selection is one of the most important soybean management decisions that can be made. With many excellent soybean varieties to choose from, this decision can sometimes be time consuming. Remember, factors such as soil texture, planting date, row spacing,

Read Full Article
Iron Deficiency Chlorosis – 2022 Soybean Variety Tolerance Scores

Iron Deficiency Chlorosis – 2022 Soybean Variety Tolerance Scores

🕔11:19, 12.Dec 2022

Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) is an annual challenge for soybean producers in certain areas of our state. This issue is most common for soybean grown in our high pH soils. While there are some alternative management practices that may help

Read Full Article

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