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Breaking Down the September Crop Progress Report (Podcast)

Breaking Down the September Crop Progress Report (Podcast)

🕔07:40, 27.Sep 2022

Brian Mills visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about the USDA-NASS September crop report.  Brian, Jason, and Tom discuss national and state yield projections for the major crops, how the drought in the West and Midwest

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2022 Row Crop Short Course

2022 Row Crop Short Course

🕔13:36, 26.Sep 2022

2022 Row Crop Short Course December 5-7th Cotton Mill Conference Center Starkville, MS   Meeting Registration: November 18th is the last day to register with no charge. After November 18th, including at the door, the fee will be $40 per

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‘22 Recap and Look Ahead to ‘23 (Podcast)

‘22 Recap and Look Ahead to ‘23 (Podcast)

🕔10:06, 23.Sep 2022

Drew, Don, Jason, and Tom get together in the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to swap stories about their experiences from the 2022 crop year, highlights from this year’s research, and a few things they might expect heading to

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2022 Row Crop Short Course: 12.5.22-12.7.22

2022 Row Crop Short Course: 12.5.22-12.7.22

🕔09:49, 22.Sep 2022

2022 Row Crop Short Course December 5-7th Cotton Mill Conference Center Starkville, MS   Meeting Registration: November 18th is the last day to register with no charge. After November 18th, including at the door, the fee will be $40 per

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Soil Sampling and Testing with Brian Arnall (Podcast)

Soil Sampling and Testing with Brian Arnall (Podcast)

🕔09:03, 22.Sep 2022

Precision Nutrient Management Extension Specialist Brian Arnall with Oklahoma State University calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville talk about fall soil sampling and testing.  Brian, Jason, and Tom discuss the specter of nutrient regulation, concepts related to

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U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol with Don Parker (Podcast)

U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol with Don Parker (Podcast)

🕔07:43, 14.Sep 2022

Don Parker is the Vice President for Technical Services with the National Cotton Council.  Don visited the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to visit with Jason and Tom about the organization and function of the National Cotton Council. He

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Cotton Defoliation Recommendations (Podcast)

Cotton Defoliation Recommendations (Podcast)

🕔07:22, 6.Sep 2022

Brian visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk cotton defoliation.  Brian, Jason, and Tom discusses expectations for different products, product selection under different weather scenarios, and keys to trigger defoliation.  More information can be found in the

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To Desiccate Or Not To Desiccate (Podcast)

To Desiccate Or Not To Desiccate (Podcast)

🕔08:39, 1.Sep 2022

Trent, Hunter, Jason, and Tom sit down in the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss harvest aids when the weather forecast is uncertain.  We covered a lot of territory including late-season weather effects on soybean and rice, harvest

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BobWhites By the Bushel

BobWhites By the Bushel

🕔08:34, 1.Sep 2022

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Unthinkable Choice: Farmer Cuts Off Own Arm to Survive (Podcast)

Unthinkable Choice: Farmer Cuts Off Own Arm to Survive (Podcast)

🕔09:49, 30.Aug 2022

Chris Bennett from Farm Journal visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to relate two stories about farm safety.  Chris talks with Jason and Tom about what, in his opinion, are two categories of farm accidents.  Chris is a

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Redbanded Stink Bug Management and Inclement Weather

Redbanded Stink Bug Management and Inclement Weather

🕔14:47, 24.Aug 2022

Redbanded stink bug (RBSB) has been increasing across the South Delta and many fields have received multiple insecticide applications. Control options for RBSB are relatively limited. Management is typically reliant on acephate plus bifenthrin or one of these actives tank

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Cotton and Soybean Insecticide Termination

Cotton and Soybean Insecticide Termination

🕔09:18, 23.Aug 2022

Cotton: Tarnished plant bugs and bollworms: NAWF 5 + 350 Heat Units Spider Mites: NAWF 5 + 350 Heat Units Soybean looper: NAWF 5 + 350-400 Heat Units Stinkbugs: NAWF 5 + 450 Heat Units Fall Armyworms: NAWF 5 +

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Pesticide Resistance…What It Is, Where It Comes From (Podcast)

Pesticide Resistance…What It Is, Where It Comes From (Podcast)

🕔08:34, 23.Aug 2022

From the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville, Jeff, Hunter, Tom, and Jason do a deep dive into the basic concepts of pesticide resistance.  Topics include defining what resistance actually is, what it is not, resistance vs. tolerance, species shifts

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Why Ag? Episode 7; Darrin Dodds; Starkville, MS (Podcast)

Why Ag? Episode 7; Darrin Dodds; Starkville, MS (Podcast)

🕔09:58, 19.Aug 2022

Darrin Dodds, Department Head for Mississippi State University’s Plant and Soil Sciences Department visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville for an episode in the Why Ag series.  Darrin describes his route from rural western Illinois to many years

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Precision Ag Tools for MS Growers (Podcast)

Precision Ag Tools for MS Growers (Podcast)

🕔09:56, 19.Aug 2022

Agricultural engineer Wes Lowe visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss the precision agriculture tools Mississippi State University is involved in developing for growers in the state and region.  Wes, Tom, and Jason discuss a range of

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How is the Mississippi Cotton Crop? (Podcast)

How is the Mississippi Cotton Crop? (Podcast)

🕔15:56, 2.Aug 2022

Brian visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to visit with Tom and Jason on the current state of the cotton crop in Mississippi.  Topics include the environmental influence on where the crop is currently, variety types, PGR management,

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Insect Pests in Cotton (Podcast)

Insect Pests in Cotton (Podcast)

🕔15:54, 2.Aug 2022

  From the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville, Brian, Whitney, Tom, and Jason discuss the current status of cotton insect management.  Topics include plant bugs, spider mites, cotton growth stages for insecticide termination, and concerns with insecticide product supply.

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8.15.22 Seed and Agricultural Technology Short Course

8.15.22 Seed and Agricultural Technology Short Course

🕔15:53, 2.Aug 2022

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Rice Weed Control with Connor Webster

Rice Weed Control with Connor Webster

🕔14:29, 26.Jul 2022

Connor Webster from the LSU AgCenter calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about this year’s weed control in rice. Connor is a recent graduate of LSU and began his job as the rice weed scientist

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Jay Mahaffey with More on Cotton PGRs (Podcast)

Jay Mahaffey with More on Cotton PGRs (Podcast)

🕔14:28, 26.Jul 2022

Jay Mahaffey, manager of The Learning Center with Bayer in Scott, MS, visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville for another deep dive on managing plant growth regulators in cotton.  Jay, Don, Tom, and Jason talk about the differences

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The Relationship Between Soil Fertility and Plant Diseases – Crossover Episode with The Dirt Podcast

The Relationship Between Soil Fertility and Plant Diseases – Crossover Episode with The Dirt Podcast

🕔16:42, 13.Jul 2022

Tom did a recent episode of The Dirt Podcast with Mike Howell from Nutrien. Tom and Mike discuss the interaction between plant nutrition and disease susceptibility.

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Why Ag? Episode 6; Bruce Bond; Portland, AR

Why Ag? Episode 6; Bruce Bond; Portland, AR

🕔11:09, 12.Jul 2022

Jason’s father, Bruce Bond, visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville for an episode in the Why Ag series.  Mr. Bond describes his route from working as a forester to a career as a farmer in the Delta in

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2022 Seed and Agricultural Technology Short Course

2022 Seed and Agricultural Technology Short Course

🕔10:49, 11.Jul 2022

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Spider Mite Recommendations

Spider Mite Recommendations

🕔10:28, 11.Jul 2022

Over the last several weeks, the weather has been hot and dry and in some areas of the state spider mites have reached treatable thresholds. Rarely do spider mites have even distribution across the field. Generally, they tend to show

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Farm Stress and Opioid Misuse in Agriculture (Podcast)

Farm Stress and Opioid Misuse in Agriculture (Podcast)

🕔07:36, 11.Jul 2022

Repeat guest Mary Nelson Robertson visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss her efforts with the PROMISE Initiative with Mississippi State Extension (http://extension.msstate.edu/the-promise-initiative).  In addition to the PROMISE Initiative, which is an acronym for Preventing Opioid Misuse

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