Improving Corn Response to Nitrogen Fertilizer

Improving Corn Response to Nitrogen Fertilizer

🕔10:35, 30.Apr 2022

Nitrogen is a hot topic for corn growers due to extraordinary fertilizer prices. Fortunately, there are methods we can employ to improve nitrogen efficiency. This article gives recommendations to improve corn response to nitrogen fertilizer and reduce risk in our Midsouth environment.

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Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 4.29.22

Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 4.29.22

🕔08:06, 29.Apr 2022

RBSB Ditch Bank Survey results from the week of April 29, 2022: Carrol- 32 adults/100 sweeps Choctaw- 0/100 sweeps Leflore- 11 adults/100 sweeps Lowndes- 0/100 sweeps Montgomery- 0/100 sweeps Oktibbeha- 0/100 sweeps Sunflower- 1 adult/ 100 sweeps Webster- 0/100 sweeps

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Cotton Up to Bat (Podcast)

Cotton Up to Bat (Podcast)

🕔07:53, 26.Apr 2022

From the recording studio on the campus of Mississippi State, Tom and Brian link up with Jason in the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss all things early-season in cotton.  They discuss acreage, nematode treatments, early-season disease treatment

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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

🕔08:38, 25.Apr 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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Pitted Morningglory

Pitted Morningglory

🕔07:31, 21.Apr 2022

Pitted Morningglory Weed Flora of Mississippi Prepared by Taghi Bararpour and Jason Bond   Family: Convolvulaceae (morningglory family) Genus: Ipomoea       Species:   lacunosa   History: Thought to be native to tropical or subtropical North America. Life Cycle: Summer annual Special Characteristics:

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RBSB Ditch Bank Survey 4.22.22

RBSB Ditch Bank Survey 4.22.22

🕔14:45, 20.Apr 2022

RBSB Ditch Bank Survey results from the week of April 22, 2022: Bolivar- 0/100 sweeps Coahoma- 0/100 sweeps Carrol- 6 nymphs/100 sweeps Holmes- 6 nymphs and 10 adults/100 sweeps Humphreys- 17 adults/100 sweeps Issaquena- 0/100 sweeps Kemper- 2 adults/100 sweeps

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Mississippi Soybean Planting Slows (Podcast)

Mississippi Soybean Planting Slows (Podcast)

🕔08:45, 19.Apr 2022

Trent calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss soybean planting in Mississippi.  Jason, Tom, and Trent cover original planting intentions, adjusted planting intentions, planting progress, and early-season weed management.

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Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 4.15.22

Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 4.15.22

🕔08:32, 18.Apr 2022

RBSB Ditch Bank Survey results from the week of April 12, 2022: Carrol- 0/100 sweeps Hinds- 6 adults/100 sweeps Madison- 6 adults/100 sweeps Montgomery- 0/100 sweeps Oktibbeha- 0/100 sweeps Rankin- 12 adults and 16 nymphs/100 sweeps Webster- 0/100 sweeps Here’s

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More on Ryegrass with Daniel Stephenson (Podcast)

More on Ryegrass with Daniel Stephenson (Podcast)

🕔07:54, 18.Apr 2022

Daniel Stephenson with the LSU AgCenter calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to once again discuss challenges with Italian ryegrass management facing growers in the Midsouth in 2022.  Italian ryegrass has been a hot topic this spring,

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When is the Cut-Off Date for Planting Corn?

When is the Cut-Off Date for Planting Corn?

🕔15:55, 14.Apr 2022

As rains delay corn planting progress across much of the state, you may be wondering how to proceed with crop planting intentions. This newsletter helps address that question by explaining how corn responds to late planting when grown in different production systems based upon research conducted by Mississippi State University.

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Broadleaf signalgrass

Broadleaf signalgrass

🕔08:05, 14.Apr 2022

Broadleaf signalgrass Weed Flora of Mississippi Prepared by Taghi Bararpour and Jason Bond   Family: Poaceae (grass family) Genus: Urochloa        Species: platyphylla History: is native to the southeastern and south-central United States. Life Cycle: Summer annual Special Characteristics: Flowering

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Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 4.8.22

Redbanded Stink Bug Survey 4.8.22

🕔09:48, 11.Apr 2022

RBSB Ditch Bank Survey results from the week of April 8, 2022: Oktibbeha- 0/100 sweeps Winston- 0/100 sweeps Attala- 0/100 sweeps Leake- 1 adult/100 sweeps. Here’s how you can help: When traveling the area you work, simply sweep patches of

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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

🕔09:00, 11.Apr 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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2022 Scout Schools

2022 Scout Schools

🕔09:09, 7.Apr 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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Commodity and Fertilizer Price Volatility (Podcast)

Commodity and Fertilizer Price Volatility (Podcast)

🕔09:08, 7.Apr 2022

Brian Mills and Corey Bryant visit the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about the fluid situation that is the current state of commodity and fertilizer pricing.  Topics covered include acreage projections, the influence of fertilizer prices on

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Wheat Diseases with Trey Price (Podcast)

Wheat Diseases with Trey Price (Podcast)

🕔09:07, 7.Apr 2022

Trey Price from the LSU AgCenter calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about late-season wheat diseases.  Trey, Tom, and Jason talk about stripe rust and scab and management strategies for those diseases in wheat in

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Economic and Agronomic Considerations for Nitrogen Application in Cotton

Economic and Agronomic Considerations for Nitrogen Application in Cotton

🕔15:29, 5.Apr 2022

Economic and Agronomic Considerations for N Applications in Cotton

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BRAKE Section 18 Label for Peanut

BRAKE Section 18 Label for Peanut

🕔10:11, 5.Apr 2022

The EPA has approved a BRAKE Section 18 label in Mississippi for the control of Palmer amaranth in peanuts. Here is a link for the Section 18 label: 2022 Mississippi Section 18 Label – Brake Herbicide – Peanuts Some important

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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

🕔10:09, 4.Apr 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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2022 Agronomic Crop Scout School

2022 Agronomic Crop Scout School

🕔09:01, 1.Apr 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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