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How to Enhance Your Strategy Regarding Tassel Applications

How to Enhance Your Strategy Regarding Tassel Applications

🕔11:28, 29.May 2021

As the Mississippi corn crop approaches tassel, crop health and weather may greatly affect crop response to various management inputs, including nitrogen fertilizer or other products. This article will discuss factors that may affect your strategy and improve your response.

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Mississippi Soybean Rust Foliar Disease Update: September 5, 2020

Mississippi Soybean Rust Foliar Disease Update: September 5, 2020

🕔15:11, 5.Sep 2020

Soybean rust has been observed to be much more widespread throughout the MS soybean production area this year. Normally, soybean rust is a late-season disease that goes unnoticed and ends up being observed at growth stages when the disease does not likely reduce yield (R6.5+). Soybean rust has been observed for the last three weeks across MS in soybean fields that range from R5.5 to R7. In some specific parts of the state management options have already been suggested due to the rust pressure in adjacent fields.

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Late Season, Early Leaf Spot Movement

Late Season, Early Leaf Spot Movement

🕔12:32, 1.Oct 2019

    Early leaf spot (https://www.mississippi-crops.com/2013/08/12/early-leaf-spot-of-peanut/) can seriously defoliate peanuts, leading to yield losses and perhaps inversion problems that inhibit pod drying. Leaf spots generally require some hours of free water (dew, guttation, irrigation) on the leaf for the fungal

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Soybean Disease Update: September 7, 2019

Soybean Disease Update: September 7, 2019

🕔11:51, 7.Sep 2019

Even though we are late in the season, some of the disease situations observed across MS continue to change.

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Corn Disease Update: July 22, 2019

Corn Disease Update: July 22, 2019

🕔13:27, 22.Jul 2019

Since June, and most recently over the past few weeks, the corn disease questions have continued to include diseases from the lower canopy, in addition to Curvularia leaf spot. Southern rust was first detected in the MS corn crop on July 5. Since that time a limited number of counties have also observed the disease. However, at present, the amount of southern rust observed has been rather low.

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2019 Mississippi Rice Field Day – This Thursday August 8

2019 Mississippi Rice Field Day – This Thursday August 8

🕔16:05, 1.Jul 2019

The 2019 MSU-DREC Rice Producer Field Day will be held on August 8, at the Delta Research and Extension Center at 3:30 p.m.  The program will begin at the Capps center with a brief welcome prior to departing for the field

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Preventative Fungicide Spray Warning for Peanut Growers in: Mississippi, Louisiana, North Alabama and the Boot Hills of Missouri

🕔14:23, 4.Jun 2019

The projected wind maps and storm track maps for Invest 91L have started to stabilize. See http://trackthetropics.com/invest91/ It is possible that this storm has picked up fungal spores from peanuts grown around the base of the Yucatan peninsula. If so,

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The Importance of Tassel Stage and Management Timing

The Importance of Tassel Stage and Management Timing

🕔11:45, 1.Jun 2019

As the Mississippi corn crop approaches tassel stage, weather has fluctuated from wet to dry conditions during recent weeks. Thus, this may affect your strategy regarding application of various management inputs, including nitrogen fertilizer or other products. This article will discuss factors that will improve your response.

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Pesticide Calibration Made Easy

Pesticide Calibration Made Easy Updated

🕔08:00, 24.Apr 2019

Proper calibration of agricultural pesticide application equipment can mean the difference in control or failure of a pesticide against the targeted pest and potentially thousands of dollars of savings to the grower. Many growers are now using rate controllers; however,

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2018 Row Crop Short Course Presentations Available

2018 Row Crop Short Course Presentations Available

🕔09:18, 18.Apr 2019

The 2018 Mississippi State University (MSU) Row Crop Short Course, held in December, showcased presentations by growers, industry experts, and row crop specialists on topics such as nematode management, weed control, off-target movement of herbicides, and the 2019 economic outlook.

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2018 Soybean Official Variety Trial Phytotoxicity Evaluations

2018 Soybean Official Variety Trial Phytotoxicity Evaluations

🕔15:05, 28.Feb 2019

Evaluations of the entries contained in the MSU Official Variety Trial were screened for their response to a fungicide that produces phytotoxicity. Even though differences exist within the commercially available fungicides regarding the amount of phytotoxicity observed over the past few season, the associated evaluations should provide guidance as to the specific response of commercial variety offerings. As has been stated in the past, no yield losses have been observed to occur as a result of the phytotoxicity associated with the commercially labeled fungicides for application to soybean.

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2018 Row Crop Short Course Podcast

2018 Row Crop Short Course Podcast

🕔08:35, 1.Dec 2018

Darrin Dodds and Angus Catchot discuss the Row Crop Short Course and how it got to where it is today.   Click Mississippi Crop Situation Podcast Logo to Play

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2018 Row Crop Short Course

2018 Row Crop Short Course

🕔14:00, 26.Oct 2018

The program for the 2018 Mississippi State University Row Crop Short Course has been finalized and over 350 people have already pre-registered for the event.  The 2018 Row Crop Short Course will be held at the Cotton Mill Conference Center

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Considering an R3/R4 Automatic Fungicide Application in Soybean?

Considering an R3/R4 Automatic Fungicide Application in Soybean?

🕔09:33, 19.Jun 2018

Numerous questions over the past several weeks regarding automatic foliar fungicides applications in soybean have been made. The current blog post should help guide decision-making regarding the R3/R4 automatic fungicide timing.

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Could Weather Limit Effectiveness of your “Tassel Shot” Application?

Could Weather Limit Effectiveness of your “Tassel Shot” Application?

🕔14:36, 25.May 2018

As the Mississippi corn crop approaches tassel stage, weather has fluctuated from dry to rainy conditions during recent weeks. Thus, how may this affect how the corn will respond to mid-season application of various management inputs, including nitrogen fertilizer or other products? This article will discuss factors that could dramatically affect corn response.

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Reminder: 2018 Agronomic Scout School Dates

Reminder: 2018 Agronomic Scout School Dates Updated

🕔12:00, 18.May 2018

Mississippi State University will be hosting 2 scout schools this year. We have transitioned over the years to make these trainings much more diverse than insect pest alone. This year we will be including insects, disease, fertility, and herbicide symptomology.

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2018 County Extension Meeting Schedule

2018 County Extension Meeting Schedule

🕔08:55, 21.Dec 2017

The Mississippi State University Extension Service will be hosting a number of county row crop extension meetings in the spring of 2018. Each meeting will cover issues specific to the area and will provide information on weeds, insects, disease, economics,

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Protecting Soybean Seed Quality

Protecting Soybean Seed Quality

🕔11:01, 19.Aug 2017

Information contained in this blog post to aid in the numerous questions regarding seed quality. Seed quality is a moving target and one that is primarily dictated by environment.

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Foliar Soybean Disease Update: August 19, 2017

Foliar Soybean Disease Update: August 19, 2017

🕔10:50, 19.Aug 2017

The disease situation in MS soybean fields has certainly increased over the past 7-14 days. Active aerial web blight, Cercospora blight, soybean rust, and target spot remain the most commonly observed diseases over much of the production area.

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Soybean Rust Update: August 5, 2017

Soybean Rust Update: August 5, 2017

🕔08:34, 5.Aug 2017

Yesterday, light soybean rust infection was observed in Noxubee County, MS in soybean plants beyond the R5.5 growth stage. The specific information in this blog post should serve as an update to the soybean rust disease situation as well as including some general guidelines with regards to potential disease management scenarios.

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Soybean Disease Update: July 22, 2017 (UPDATED 7/23/2017)

Soybean Disease Update: July 22, 2017 (UPDATED 7/23/2017)

🕔06:38, 22.Jul 2017

Several foliar diseases have increased in incidence throughout MS over the past several weeks. Root diseases, such as sudden death syndrome, taproot decline and one field of stem canker continue to be observed in the production system. The current foliar disease situation is outlined in this particular post.

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Soybean Disease Update: July 1, 2017

Soybean Disease Update: July 1, 2017

🕔11:13, 1.Jul 2017

The soybean disease situation continues to change throughout MS depending on growth stage situations in each field. Over the past week root diseases have been commonly observed. The first soybean rust of the season was observed in southwestern MS on kudzu.

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Corn Disease Update: June 24, 2017

Corn Disease Update: June 24, 2017

🕔15:32, 24.Jun 2017

Increased reports of disease in the corn crop in MS have been made over the past week. Normally, as corn matures, the incidence and severity of corn diseases observed with increase. Presently, common rust, Diplodia leaf streak, northern corn leaf blight, and southern rust can all be observed in our corn production system; however, southern rust has only been observed on an extremely limited number of acres to this point in the season.

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Navigating Fungicide Active Ingredients

Navigating Fungicide Active Ingredients

🕔07:17, 23.Jun 2017

Over the past several years, fungicide pre-mix products have dominated the marketplace. Keeping up with the specific chemical classes within each product can present a challenge. Included in this blog post are some information to aid in making fungicide decisions.

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Keys to Field Identification of Common Versus Southern Rust in Field Corn

Keys to Field Identification of Common Versus Southern Rust in Field Corn

🕔17:38, 21.Jun 2017

Diagnosing common and southern rust in the field can oftentimes be difficult. Subtle differences between the two diseases can occur at different parts of the growing season as well as sections of the crop canopy.

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