Bulloch County Ag News

2018 Winter Enlist Meetings

 Please refer to below flyer for dates of Enlist Meetings. The meeting in Bulloch County will be held on February 15 at 5:00 pm at the Bulloch County Center for Agriculture. Topics to be covered include:  the latest PhytoGen varieties for 2018, new Enlist herbicide offerings in 2018 and what growers…
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One-On-One Training – February 14

The first two One-On-One Trainings for applicators (individual spraying dicamba) to get their certificate to apply dicamba in 2018 will be held this upcoming Wednesday, February 14 at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm. All One-On-One meetings being held are listed below: Date                                                   Time February 14                          9:00 am (or) 2:00 pm February 22                         …
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2018 Auxin Training Requirements

There have been numerous changes made for applicators applying dicamba to cotton/soybeans in 2018. Please refer to the enclosed Auxin Training Requirements – Georgia 2018 handout below. In order to remain compliant, the actual applicator (individual spraying dicamba) can attend one of the One-On-One Using Pesticides Wisely Trainings that I…
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2017 Bulloch County Extension On-Farm Peanut Research Results

Some of the 2017 Bulloch County Extension on-farm peanut research results can be viewed on the UGA Extension – Bulloch County website under Bulloch County Research Trials by clicking here. Thanks to all the farm cooperators and companies that supplied product and/or support for all the research trials. This effort would not be possible…
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Hunters for the Hungry Program

Crop depredation by deer continues to be a problem in Bulloch County. The Georgia Wildlife Federation will be offering support of the Hunters for the Hungry program in Bulloch County again this year. This will be the third year that Bulloch County has participated in the program. Under this program, hunters…
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Asian Soybean Rust Identified in Bulloch County

Asian soybean was found on soybean leaves from the soybean rust sentinel plot in Bulloch County yesterday.  Currently, growers across the Coastal Plain of Georgia can expect soybean rust to be present.  It was slow to develop, but more than likely hurricane Irma has spread it more profusely.   Any soybeans that have reached…
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