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Weekly Update… 9/17/2021

Peanuts:  The topic this week has been late spot.  It has been a PERFECT year for leaf spot epidemics, according to Bob Kemerait.  A) we have had lots rain that enhances infection by leaf spot pathogens and spread of leaf spot diseases.   B) wet weather has led to extended…
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Peanut Harvest Equipment Considerations

Sep 10, 2021 | Written by Simerjeet Virk and Scott Monfort Over the next few weeks, peanut harvest will be in full swing across most of the state. Along with proper timing consideration for digging peanuts, proper setup and operation of peanut harvest equipment is also an important consideration to minimize harvest losses and to…
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Colquitt County Ag Update

In this Issue – September 10, 2021Late-Season Disease and Nematode Management (Bob Kemerait)Finalizing Cotton Irrigation and Cotton Irrigation Termination Decisions (David Hall and Wes Porter) Late-Season Disease and Nematode Management Considerations for Cotton Growers Bob Kemerait With the arrival of September, cotton growers in Georgia have long anticipated the start…
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Last Effective Bloom Date for Cotton

Below is great information about the last effective bloom date for cotton from the Jeff Davis Plot Points Extension blog. Every year I get asked about late planted cotton that is still active blooming come September. Will these blooms make a boll that is harvestable? Last year I was able…
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