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  • Cotton Newsletter – May 2023

    Articles in this month’s issue include: Nutrient Requirements in Cotton (Henry Sintim and Glen Harris): Adequate and balanced supply of nutrients is necessary to optimize the productivity of cotton, just as any other crop. Without the right balance and amount of nutrients, plant growth would be impaired, significantly reducing yield and quality, or even leading […]

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  • 2023 UPW Trainings

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  • 2022 Georgia Agricultural Labor Forum

    Nov. 9-10 Tifton, GA This year, the Georgia Ag Labor Relations Forum will be in person at ABAC’s Georgia Museum of Agriculture in Tifton, Georgia November 9-10. Hear advice from industry experts to help you comply with labor regulations and get updates about OSHA and DOL in this new COVID world.  This event is suited […]

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  • 2022 Appling County Corn Trial

    To see results click “read more”.

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  • September 2022 UGA Cotton Team Newsletter

    Articles in this month’s issue include: High Abandonment Acres for U.S. Cotton Projected Due to Drought (Yangxuan Liu) Importance of End of Season Irrigation Termination and Disease Control in Cotton (BobKemerait, Wesley Porter, David Hall, Jason Mallard) Weather and Climate outlook for September 2022 and Beyond (Pam Knox) Late Season Management Considerations for Diseases and […]

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  • September 2022 Peanut Pointers

    Water Requirement vs Water Supplied (a different perspective)R. Scott Tubbs & Wesley M. Porter, UGA When considering monthly rainfall averages, looks can be deceiving. For example, let’s look at therainfall received during the current 2022 growing season at Midville, GA according to the University ofGeorgia Weather Network (georgiaweather.net). In Table 1, the section labeled A […]

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  • July 2022 UGA Cotton Newsletter

    Articles in this month’s issue include: What is Behind the Recent Cotton Futures Market Plunge? (Yangxuan Liu) Calibration Considerations for Liquid Fertilizer Applications (Simer Virk) Abiotic Stress in Cotton (John Snider, Ved Parkash, Gurpreet Virk, Camp Hand) July Weather and Climate Outlook (Pam Knox) July Mid-Season Cotton Irrigation Considerations (Jason Mallard, David Hall, Wesley Porter) […]

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  • It’s hot and dry, which means lesser cornstalk borers (LCB) will most likely be an issue in peanuts in 2022. Lesser cornstalk borers thrive in hot, dry conditions, and they generally do very poorly in fields that receive adequate moisture, but irrigated fields are not immune from attack. We do sometimes see LCB at damaging […]

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  • Peanut Pointers June 2022

    Early to Mid-Season Irrigation for PeanutsWesley Porter, Extension Precision Ag and Irrigation Specialist, UGADavid Hall, Extension Water Educator, UGAJason Mallard, Extension Water Agent, UGA Similar to May of 2021 which was very hot and dry, we had some very hot and dry weather during Mayof 2022, dry enough that we have needed to apply some […]

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  • June 2022 Cotton Newsletter

    Articles in this month’s issue include: June Mid-Season Irrigation Update (David Hall, Jason Mallard, Wesley Porter) June 2022 Weather and Climate Outlook (Pam Knox) Sprayer Considerations (Simer Virk, Eric Prostko, Wesley Porter) Crop Monitoring and Management (John Snider, Ved Parkash, Gurpreet Virk, Camp Hand) Agronomic Update (Camp Hand) Tarnished Plant Bug Management (Phillip Roberts) Deceptively […]

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