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Sep 15, 2016

Peanut forecast is too optimistic

Georgia’s peanut yield is estimated to be 4,600 pounds per acre, according to USDA’s most-recent report. A record-high yield would be nice, but it seems doubtful....More
Aug 16, 2016

Looking for a competitive high-oleic peanut to take hold in the market

They’ve been slow to penetrate the market en masse, but high-oleic peanuts continue to be hotly discussed in certain peanut circles....More
Jul 27, 2016

Scouting peanuts matters, especially right now in Georgia

Peanut insects are ‘all over the board’ in Georgia as July winds down. With some fields getting adequate rainfall to full-blown irrigation efforts to dryland worries, the situation is motley and each type of peanut insect known is someplace in Georgia right now....More
Jul 23, 2016

Peanut industry takes its environmental footprint straight to consumer

A major part of this year’s Southern Peanut Growers Conference was to champion the industry’s unified voice and planned full-court press to take its message of sustainability straight to consumers, where eager ears, particularly the better-tuned ears of the millennial generation, want to hear it....More
Jul 12, 2016

Dryland peanuts beat down by weather

Dryland peanuts in Georgia are in a critical stage, and growers need to avoid putting anything in the tank mix to injure plants further right now....More
Aug 29, 2012

On the Farm: Georgia's Glen Harris talks late-season cotton problems

In this installment of On the Farm, Glen Harris, University of Georgia Extension agronomist discusses Stemphylium and other late-season problems showing up in the state’s cotton crop....More
Aug 7, 2012

On the Farm: Georgia's Bob Kemerait talks target spot in cotton (Part 2)

The amount of disease at the Stripling Irrigation Park is amazing; two weeks ago very little but today up to 50% defoliation in some plots. Fungicides are working well…. I hope to have a field day at Stripling soon so that you all can see the difference a fungicide application can make....More
Aug 7, 2012

On the Farm: Georgia's Bob Kemerait talks target spot in cotton (Part 1)

Where cotton follows cotton in rotation, where the disease was a problem last year, where grower uses overhead irrigation, especially in reduced tillage systems, and in southwestern part of the state, BE AWARE that this disease can be a significant problem and that late fungicide applications are not much better than no fungicide....More
Jul 30, 2012

On the Farm: Georgia's John Beasley on peanut irrigation

John Beasley, University of Georgia Extension agronomist, says most of the 2012 peanut crop has reached the stage of maximum water use. If rainfall isn't adequate, it's time to irrigate....More
Jul 20, 2012

On the Farm: Corn prices hit record high, soybeans knocking on door

Keith Brown, a commodity broker in Moultrie, Georgia reports corn made a record high today and soybeans are near record prices. Listen to his comments on On The Farm....More
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