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2022 Mississippi Cotton Official Small Plot Variety Trials

2022 Mississippi Cotton Official Small Plot Variety Trials

🕔09:54, 1.Dec 2022

22 COTTON OVT BOOK

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2022 Mississippi On-Farm Cotton Variety Trials

2022 Mississippi On-Farm Cotton Variety Trials

🕔11:04, 30.Nov 2022

2022_County Trial Extension Publication

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2022 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Non-irrigated Locations

2022 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Non-irrigated Locations

🕔18:09, 11.Nov 2022

Non-irrigated locations containing the MSU official corn hybrid trials (OHT) were evaluated for foliar diseases during the 2022 season. Curvularia leaf spot was the most prevalent foliar disease observed. Data are presented as the severity of each disease from each irrigated location on a 0-9 scale for each of the hybrids included in the irrigated location evaluations. Presently, the evaluations from the mpm-irrigated locations (n=4) are included in the current post.

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2022 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Irrigated Locations

2022 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Irrigated Locations

🕔16:50, 7.Nov 2022

Irrigated locations containing the MSU official corn hybrid trials (OHT) were evaluated for foliar diseases during the 2022 season. Curvularia leaf spot was the most prevalent foliar disease observed. A limited amount of southern rust was observed at two locations. Data are presented as the severity of each disease from each irrigated location on a 0-9 scale for each of the hybrids included in the irrigated location evaluations. Presently, the evaluations from the irrigated locations (n=6) are included in the current post.

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Corn Disease Update: Week Ending July 16, 2022

Corn Disease Update: Week Ending July 16, 2022

🕔10:16, 16.Jul 2022

Up until the past week the disease situation in the MS corn crop has been rather quiet. As the crop matures, additional diseases will likely be observed. Aside from Curvularia leaf spot being the most noticeable disease throughout the state, I have received numerous calls regarding corn smut as well as Physoderma brown spot.

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County Meeting Schedule – January 2022

County Meeting Schedule – January 2022

🕔11:11, 6.Jan 2022

Mississippi State University Extension will be hosting several county row crop meetings this month. Each meeting will cover issues specific to the region including management topics on agronomics, insects, weeds, diseases, and economics. A meal will be provided at each

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2021: Response of Cotton Varieties to Inoculation with Xanthomonas citri pv. malvacearum, the Causal Organism of Bacterial Blight

2021: Response of Cotton Varieties to Inoculation with Xanthomonas citri pv. malvacearum, the Causal Organism of Bacterial Blight

🕔16:15, 27.Dec 2021

Response of the cotton varieties contained within the 2021 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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2021 Soybean Stem Canker Inoculated Variety Trial Evaluations

2021 Soybean Stem Canker Inoculated Variety Trial Evaluations

🕔19:09, 17.Dec 2021

The cultivars contained in the Mississippi State University Official Variety Trial (OVT), as well as several additional cultivars, were field-evaluated for their susceptibility/resistance to stem canker. Trials were conducted in Stoneville with toothpick-inoculated plants during the 2021 season. Tables contain the average of the field observations (on a 0-9 scale) as well as an assessment of resistance to stem canker (R, MR, MS, S) based on the evaluations conducted.

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2021 Cotton County Trial Publication

2021 Cotton County Trial Publication

🕔16:23, 15.Dec 2021

2021 County Trial Extension Publication

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2021 Mississippi Official Small Plot Variety Trials

2021 Mississippi Official Small Plot Variety Trials

🕔16:20, 15.Dec 2021

2021 COTTON OVT

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Travis Faske on Nematode Sampling (Podcast)

Travis Faske on Nematode Sampling (Podcast)

🕔07:36, 14.Dec 2021

Travis Faske with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk all things nematodes.  Travis, Tom, and Jason discuss important nematode species, sampling methods, sampling timing, and where to

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New Sweet Potato Specialist- Lorin Harvey (Podcast)

New Sweet Potato Specialist- Lorin Harvey (Podcast)

🕔11:15, 9.Dec 2021

New Mississippi State Extension Sweet Potato Specialist Lorin Harvey calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss his new position.  Dr. Harvey is housed at the Pontotoc Ridge-Flatwoods Branch Experiment Station in Pontotoc, MS.  Lorin, Jason, and

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Mississippi State Extension Row Crop Planning Budgets (Podcast)

Mississippi State Extension Row Crop Planning Budgets (Podcast)

🕔08:16, 2.Dec 2021

In an episode recorded last summer, Brian Mills and Will Maples visit the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio to discuss the planning budgets for different crops in Mississippi.  Brian, Will, Tom, and Jason talk about how the budgets are generated, different

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2021 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Irrigated Locations

2021 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Irrigated Locations

🕔17:01, 21.Nov 2021

Irrigated locations containing the MSU official corn hybrid trials (OHT) were evaluated for foliar diseases during the 2021 season. Curvularia leaf spot and southern rust were the two most commonly observed diseases. Little if any northern corn leaf blight (NCLB) was observed; however, where observed the evaluations were captured and are contained in the associated tables from each location. Presently, the evaluations from the irrigated locations (n=5) are included in the current post.

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2021 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Non-irrigated Locations

2021 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Non-irrigated Locations

🕔17:00, 21.Nov 2021

Non-irrigated locations containing the MSU official corn hybrid trials (OHT) were evaluated for foliar diseases during the 2021 season. Curvularia leaf spot and southern rust were the two most commonly observed diseases. Little if any northern corn leaf blight (NCLB) was observed; however, where observed the evaluations were captured and are contained in the associated tables from each location. Presently, the evaluations from the non-irrigated locations (n=5) are included in the current post.

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Sifting Through Soybean Variety Trial Information

Sifting Through Soybean Variety Trial Information

🕔08:06, 10.Nov 2021

Trent Irby calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about things to think about when making soybean variety selection decisions.  Trent, Jason, and Tom discuss the different types of variety trial information (small-plot and on-farm), data

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What to Look at in a Corn Hybrid Evaluation? (Podcast)

What to Look at in a Corn Hybrid Evaluation? (Podcast)

🕔09:31, 4.Nov 2021

Erick Larson calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about selecting corn hybrids for 2022.  Erick, Tom, and Jason talk about similarities and differences between small- and large-plot hybrid performance trials, important parameters to use to

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Budgeting Hurdles of the 2022 Crop (Podcast)

Budgeting Hurdles of the 2022 Crop (Podcast)

🕔10:35, 27.Oct 2021

Brian Mills and Will Maples visit the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio to talk economics for 2022.  As input prices continue to increase, budgeting becomes uncertain.  Will and Brian discuss marketing plans with tight margins and make suggestions over how to

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2021 Delta Area Rice Meeting Scheduled for November 17, 2021

2021 Delta Area Rice Meeting Scheduled for November 17, 2021

🕔18:17, 21.Oct 2021

The 2021 Delta Area Rice Meeting will be held at the Bolivar Co. Extension office on Wednesday, November 17th, 2021.

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New DREC Agronomist Corey Bryant (Podcast)

New DREC Agronomist Corey Bryant (Podcast)

🕔13:46, 20.Oct 2021

Corey Bryant visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about his new position at DREC.  Corey is a Mississippi State graduate and recently started a new job working in agronomy and soil fertility in Stoneville.  Corey talks

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Burndown During Pricing and Supply Challenges

Burndown During Pricing and Supply Challenges

🕔06:52, 12.Oct 2021

Daniel Stephenson with the LSU AgCenter is back as a call-in guest to the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville. Daniel, Jason, and Tom discuss some of the histories of fall-applied burndown treatments and then tackle the issue of designing

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Checkoff Dollars…..What They Are, How They’re Used (Podcast)

Checkoff Dollars…..What They Are, How They’re Used (Podcast)

🕔11:48, 5.Oct 2021

Bubba Simmons makes a return visit to the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville, this time representing the Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board.  Bubba, Jason, and Tom discuss the mechanisms for the collection and utilization of money collected through the checkoff

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September Means Fall Fertility

September Means Fall Fertility

🕔09:18, 21.Sep 2021

Justin McCoy calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to share his ideas on fall fertilization. Justin, Jason, and Tom discuss soil sampling, fertilizer sources and application timings, importance of maintaining a good soil pH, and much more.

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Delta Council; Advocating for the Delta and for Mississippi (Podcast)

Delta Council; Advocating for the Delta and for Mississippi (Podcast)

🕔08:47, 7.Sep 2021

Frank Howell from the Delta Council and Bubba Simmons, a local farmer involved in Delta Council leadership, visit the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk with Jason and Tom about the Delta Council and its role in Mississippi. 

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Larry Steckel on Post Harvest Weed Control and Auxin-resistant Pigweeds (Podcast)

Larry Steckel on Post Harvest Weed Control and Auxin-resistant Pigweeds (Podcast)

🕔12:40, 31.Aug 2021

Larry Steckel from the University of Tennessee calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville.  He, Jason, and Tom start out discussing management of weeds in the window between harvest and first frost to prevent seed production.  They finish

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