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

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Jul 30, 2012

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.


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