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How cold soils affect germination

Yesterday I wrote about the possibility of colder temperatures over the next few days, leading to problems with germination for recently planted seeds. But I did not really know how that worked. Today I read a related article in the Southeast Farm Press which provides more details about how the…
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Cotton planting underway in Alabama

With quieter and drier weather finally occurring in a lot of the Southeast last week, many farmers are trying to catch up on their planting. Southeast AgNet posted a story about how cotton planting season is underway in Alabama (and other parts of the Southeast) at http://southeastagnet.com/2020/04/28/cotton-planting-season-alabama/. Many other crops…
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Vidalia onions set to ship on April 16

Vidalia onions are one of Georgia’s signature crops, and every year the Vidalia Onion Committee and the Georgia Department of Agriculture set a release date based on the crop readiness, weather conditions, and other factors. This year they have set the date for the release of the onions as April…
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