This year’s annual meeting of the American Peanut Research and Education drew a crowd of nearly 400 peanut scientists and others in the peanut industry to the Hilton Clearwater Beach in sunny Clearwater, Fla. July 12-14 for a comprehensive forum on the latest peanut research.
Estimated 80 percent to 90 percent of Florida is either infected or is going to be infected by citrus greening, and some in the industry say 100 percent of the state’s citrus crop could well be infected....More
It may not be the most exciting thing to hear, but Clemson University Peanut Specialist Dan Anco says the best thing that can happen for South Carolina peanut growers this year is cooperative weather from now until harvest....More
Bollworm populations have been heavy this year in corn, and they are breaking through a lot of Bt corn. What that means for cotton growers is they need to be prepared to spray overtop of some Bt cotton....More