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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

🕔09:06, 26.Feb 2024

This map shows the latest 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’s Website. Click on

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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

🕔09:39, 19.Feb 2024

This map shows the latest 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’s Website. Click on

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2024 Mississippi Extension County Meeting Agendas

2024 Mississippi Extension County Meeting Agendas

🕔10:02, 2.Feb 2024

Agenda_Hinds Co Agro Producers Agenda_Leflore Co Agro Producers Agenda_Monroe Co Agro Producers Mt 26_021324   *start time 9:30 a.m.* Agenda_Union Co Agro Producers Agenda_Tunica Co Agro Producers Agenda_Grenada Co Agro Producers  

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2023 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Irrigated Locations

2023 MSU Corn Hybrid Trial Disease Evaluations – Irrigated Locations

🕔05:31, 17.Jan 2024

Irrigated locations containing the MSU official corn hybrid trials (OHT) were evaluated for foliar diseases during the 2023 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=5) are included in the current post.

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Illinois Bundleflower

Illinois Bundleflower

🕔10:27, 18.Dec 2023

Illinois Bundleflower Weed flora of Mississippi Prepared by Taghi Bararpour and Jason Bond   Family: Fabaceae (legume) Genus: Desmanthus                              Species: illinoensis   History: Illinois bundleflower is a native, warm-season, perennial, leguminous broadleaf plant adapted to the central and eastern regions

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Bog Yellowcress

Bog Yellowcress

🕔16:23, 14.Dec 2023

Bog Yellowcress Weed flora of Mississippi Prepared by Taghi Bararpour and Jason Bond Family: Brassicaceae Genus: Rorippa                              Species: palustris   History: Bog yellowcress is a species of flowering plant in the mustard (Brassicaceae) family. It is widespread and native to

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2024 Extension County Meetings Schedule

2024 Extension County Meetings Schedule

🕔08:05, 13.Dec 2023

Mississippi State University Extension will be hosting several county row crop meetings in February.  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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2024 Weed Management Suggestions for Mississippi Row Crops is here!

2024 Weed Management Suggestions for Mississippi Row Crops is here!

🕔08:22, 7.Dec 2023

It’s here! Get the latest in weed management for Mississippi Row Crops. Click below to download! 2024 MS Weed MGT

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Row Crop Short Course- Floral Design Workshop

Row Crop Short Course- Floral Design Workshop

🕔12:06, 19.Nov 2023

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Drought Conditions Continue In Mississippi as Areas of the State are Below the Normal Rainfall

Drought Conditions Continue In Mississippi as Areas of the State are Below the Normal Rainfall

🕔14:29, 16.Nov 2023

According to the National Weather Service in Jackson Mississippi,  Northern parts of the State are anywhere from 4-8 inches below the States Normal Rainfall. While Southern parts of the State are 12-16 inches below.  Normal rainfall for the State of

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Final Registration nears for the 2023 Row Crop Short Course

Final Registration nears for the 2023 Row Crop Short Course

🕔11:25, 16.Nov 2023

2023 Row Crop Short Course December 4-6th Cotton Mill Conference Center Starkville, MS   Meeting Registration: November 21st is the last day to register with no charge. After November 21st, including at the door, the fee will be $40 per

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Preliminary 2023 MSU On-Farm Cotton Variety Trials

Preliminary 2023 MSU On-Farm Cotton Variety Trials

🕔09:27, 15.Nov 2023

2023 On_Farm_Cotton Book

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Drought Conditions are Still an Issue Despite Welcomed Rainfall in State of Mississippi

Drought Conditions are Still an Issue Despite Welcomed Rainfall in State of Mississippi

🕔12:14, 10.Nov 2023

Any Rainfall at this time is welcomed as Drought Conditions continue to Intensify this past week. I have attached a link from the U.S. Drought Monitor to observe drought conditions in your area. https://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/CurrentMap/StateDroughtMonitor.aspx?MS I have also attached the link

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Drought Conditions Continue and Worsen Throughout the State of Mississippi

Drought Conditions Continue and Worsen Throughout the State of Mississippi

🕔15:03, 2.Nov 2023

Although some areas experienced some rainfall throughout the State of Mississippi, Drought Conditions still Continue to develop and worsen in the State of Mississippi.  I have attached a link from the U.S. Drought Monitor  to observe the conditions in your

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Severe Drought Conditions Continue to Expand Throughout the State of Mississippi

Severe Drought Conditions Continue to Expand Throughout the State of Mississippi

🕔10:00, 27.Oct 2023

According to the National Weather Service in Jackson Mississippi: Severe to exceptional drought continues to expand across our region. Over the last 90 days, some areas in central and south Mississippi are running anywhere from 8″-12″ below average rainfall. Please

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Drought Conditions Continue to Increase in the State of Mississippi

Drought Conditions Continue to Increase in the State of Mississippi

🕔14:12, 20.Oct 2023

Drought Conditions Continue to Increase in the State of Mississippi. Please click on the link to observe the current drought conditions in your area. https://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/CurrentMap/StateDroughtMonitor.aspx?MS I have also attached the link to the Delta Agricultural Weather Center. Please click on

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Row Crop Short Course 2023

Row Crop Short Course 2023

🕔07:28, 18.Oct 2023

2023 Row Crop Short Course December 4-6th Cotton Mill Conference Center Starkville, MS   Meeting Registration: November 17th 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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Drought Conditions Continue for the State of Mississippi

Drought Conditions Continue for the State of Mississippi

🕔09:34, 13.Oct 2023

Drought Conditions Continue to Plague the State of Mississippi. Please click on the link to observe the current drought conditions in your area. https://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/CurrentMap/StateDroughtMonitor.aspx?MS I have also attached the link to the Delta Agricultural Weather Center. Please click on the

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Timing Fall Herbicide Treatments for Italian Ryegrass (Podcast)

Timing Fall Herbicide Treatments for Italian Ryegrass (Podcast)

🕔15:21, 10.Oct 2023

From the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville, Tom and Jason unpack the details of timing fall herbicide treatments targeting Italian ryegrass.  This episode overlaps somewhat with the one from September 28, but the information here is more focused on

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Drought Conditions Continue to be an Issue For The State of Mississippi

Drought Conditions Continue to be an Issue For The State of Mississippi

🕔09:04, 6.Oct 2023

Drought conditions continue to plague the State of Mississippi although some areas have received some rainfall. Please click on the link to observe the current drought conditions in your area. https://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/CurrentMap/StateDroughtMonitor.aspx?MS I have also attached the link to the Delta

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Drought Monitor Map For the State of Mississippi

Drought Monitor Map For the State of Mississippi

🕔13:40, 28.Sep 2023

We are all aware of the continuing drought conditions in Mississippi.  I have attached a link to a map from the U.S. Drought Monitor. Please click on the link below to observe drought conditions across the state of Mississippi. I

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New Master Irrigator Program- Registration Now Open

New Master Irrigator Program- Registration Now Open

🕔07:48, 22.Sep 2023

The National Center for Alluvial Aquifer Research (NCAAR) is launching its Master Irrigator program (https://www.ncaar.msstate.edu/outreach/master/index.php). It is designed to provide advanced training on topics including: Irrigation water management practices Soil health Agronomics Irrigation systems and equipment maintenance Policy and management

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Rice Harvest and the Rice Festival (Podcast)

Rice Harvest and the Rice Festival (Podcast)

🕔08:06, 13.Sep 2023

September is National Rice Month.  MSU Extension Rice Specialist Dr. Hunter Bowman visited the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk with MSU Extension specialists Drs. Jason Bond and Tom Allen about late-season observations, harvest progress, and outlook for

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Advanced Planting Work at MSU (Podcast)

Advanced Planting Work at MSU (Podcast)

🕔08:35, 8.Sep 2023

Dr. Wes Lowe is a repeat guest and an assistant professor from the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at MSU.  He and first-time guest Dr. Mike Mulvaney, an agronomist in Plant and Soil Sciences, visited the Crop Doctors’ Podcast

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Defoliation arrives early in Mississippi (Podcast)

Defoliation arrives early in Mississippi (Podcast)

🕔08:32, 8.Sep 2023

Brian visited the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to offer a late-season status report on the cotton crop across Mississippi.  Extreme dry weather in south Mississippi has led to the crop in that part of the state being classified

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