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Stickers in your Lawn? Now is the time to treat.

Published on 01/17/23 Treat now for “stickers” in your lawn By Alicia Holloway Walking barefoot through soft grass is one of life’s greatest joys — the warmth of the ground, the tickling of the blades of grass on your feet, toes wriggling free from the confinement of shoes — it is…
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Tillage/Burial Depth Effects on Weed Emergence (Dr. Prostko)

Tillage/Burial Depth Effects on Weed Emergence (Prostko)     As Dr. Culpepper and I have begun our annual winter weed tour around most of Georgia, one of the many things you will here us discuss is starting weed-free (clean) at planting using a combination of practices such as tillage, cover crops,…
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Defoliation Update October 31st 2022

As we are nearing the finish line for the season, many are trying to decide, “When are we going to finish spraying cotton?” Great question, and the forecast has changed quite a bit since my last email and conversations with many of you. It looks like highs will remain in…
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Peanut Update for Week of OCT 17th- 21st Thursday Frost

By Dr. Monfort Good Day Everyone, How Late Season Temperatures affect peanut maturity and decisions on when to dig: There is a misconception that temperatures in the upper 40’s and lower 50’s shut down the plant. Those temperatures will slow the maturation down but it will not cause it to…
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Defoliation Update Week of Oct 17-21

By Dr. Camp Hand I talked with many of the agents last Thursday and Friday, because this week the state of Georgia is expecting a potential light frost in the Southern portion of the state, and potential freezing conditions in the Northern part of the state. In terms of what…
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Defoliation Update

by Dr. Camp Hand Looking at the weather this week, the number one question is what to do around the rain. Luckily to this point we haven’t had to think much about rain-free periods as it relates to these defoliants, but it will be a little more important this week…
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