Johnsongrass

Johnsongrass

🕔14:15, 31.Mar 2022

Johnsongrass Weed Flora of Mississippi Prepared by Taghi Bararpour and Jason Bond   Family: Poaceae Genus:  Sorghum            Species:   halepense   History: Johnsongrass is native to areas from southern Europe through India. Introduced to South Carolina from Turkey in the

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Where Are We on Burndown…Ryegrass, Henbit, Pigweeds? (Podcast)

Where Are We on Burndown…Ryegrass, Henbit, Pigweeds? (Podcast)

🕔12:55, 31.Mar 2022

From the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville, Jason and Tom dive into the status of preplant burndown.  They talk about salvage treatments for Italian ryegrass, why it seems a lot of henbit just won’t die this year, and wrap

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Updated Past 7 Day Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the State of Mississippi

Updated Past 7 Day Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the State of Mississippi

🕔08:51, 28.Mar 2022

This map shows the Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the last 7 days for Regions throughout The State of Mississippi.  I have also included the link to the Delta Agricultural Weather Center Website to get the

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How to Build Watermark Sensors

🕔17:05, 25.Mar 2022

Irrometer Watermark Series: Construction Guide http://extension.msstate.edu/publications/irrometer-watermark-series-construction-guide  Introduction This publication provides a step-by-step guide to proper Watermark sensor construction. Following these steps will make the sensors easier to install at the intended depths and easier to remove at the end of

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Mississippi Women For Agriculture Annual Conference

Mississippi Women For Agriculture Annual Conference

🕔07:30, 25.Mar 2022

   

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Horseweed

Horseweed

🕔14:57, 23.Mar 2022

Horseweed Weed Flora of Mississippi Prepared by Taghi Bararpour and Jason Bond   Family: Asteraceae or sunflower family (Aster family) Genus: Conyza                       Species: canadensis    History: Horseweed (marestail) is native to North America but is probably much more widespread

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Why Ag? Episode 4; Chris Bennett, Etta, MS (Podcast)

Why Ag? Episode 4; Chris Bennett, Etta, MS (Podcast)

🕔09:28, 23.Mar 2022

Chris Bennett visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville for an episode of the Why Ag? series.  Chris describes his route from a childhood bouncing back and forth between Phillips County, Arkansas, and Amman, Jordan as a young boy

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Updated Past 7 Day Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the State of Mississippi

Updated Past 7 Day Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the State of Mississippi

🕔09:16, 21.Mar 2022

This map shows the Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the last 7 days for Regions throughout The State of Mississippi.  Please click on the link below to view the map.   If you have any questions

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A Take on Fuel, Fertilizer, and Decision Making with an Agricultural Consultant (Podcast)

A Take on Fuel, Fertilizer, and Decision Making with an Agricultural Consultant (Podcast)

🕔15:28, 20.Mar 2022

Long-time podcast listener Hank Jones was in Stoneville for a consultants’ meeting.  He visited Tom and Jason in the Crop Doctor’s Podcast studio to talk about managing in 2022 with the increasing prices for inputs.  Topics include modifying budgets, adjusting

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Updated Past 7 Day Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the State of Mississippi

Updated Past 7 Day Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the State of Mississippi

🕔09:11, 14.Mar 2022

Cooler temperatures have dropped the Average soil temperatures compared to last weeks averages in the North Delta, Delta, and Central Region, while the Coastal Region stayed around the same. This map shows the Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil

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Early Corn Planting and Issues with Cold Temperatures

Early Corn Planting and Issues with Cold Temperatures

🕔11:46, 12.Mar 2022

Cold and freezing temperatures are making a rare impact on early corn planting this year. Thus, we discuss how corn previously planted may be affected, as well as how you can assess planting conditions before proceeding with future planting in this edition of the Crop Doctor’s Podcast.

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Hemp sesbania

Hemp sesbania

🕔16:03, 9.Mar 2022

Hemp sesbania Weed Flora of Mississippi Prepared by Taghi Bararpour and Jason Bond   Family: Fabaceae (Legume family) Genus: Sesbania         Species: herbacea History: Hemp sesbania is commonly known as big pod sesbania, Colorado river-hemp, coffeebean, and coffee weed, and the

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What Goes Into a Pest Management Guide? (Podcast)

What Goes Into a Pest Management Guide? (Podcast)

🕔15:31, 9.Mar 2022

Whitney, Don, Tom, and Jason sit down in the Crop Doctors’ Podcast Studio to discuss the nuts and bolts of the pest management guidelines that are annual Extension publications.  They touch on where the information originates, thresholds, changing ratings, resistance,

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Updated Past 7 Day Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the State of Mississippi

🕔08:23, 8.Mar 2022

This map is the Average Maximum and Minimum 2 inch Soil Temperatures for the last 7 days for Regions throughout The State of Mississippi. Soil Temp Average Map 2022 If you have any questions please contact me. Marcus Silva 662-686-3295

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Barnyardgrass

Barnyardgrass

🕔10:35, 2.Mar 2022

Barnyardgrass Weed Flora of Mississippi Prepared by Taghi Bararpour and Jason Bond   Family: Poaceae (Grass family) Genus: Echinochloa Species: crus-galli   History: Barnyardgrass (billion-dollar grass, watergrass, panic-grass, summer grass), originally from Europe and India, now ranges from latitude 50

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Talking Burndown with Daniel Stephenson (Podcast)

Talking Burndown with Daniel Stephenson (Podcast)

🕔08:28, 1.Mar 2022

Daniel Stephenson from the LSU AgCenter calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville while on a cross country drive with his family.  The cell service was shaky at times so humor some on the sound.  But as always,

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