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Row Crop Disease Pictures

More Pics/Texts to/from Dr. Bob Kemerait’s phone: Note the large, circular sunken lesion at the top of the boll; note the new, dark green water-soaked lesion starting at the bottom of the boll. The bacteria that cause this disease are EASILY spread by rain and irrigation splash. Excellent example of…
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UGA Ag Forecast 2022

Held in Tifton, GA last month – this event had its main sessions recorded – of which row crops, forestry, horticulture, and livestock/poultry can be found below. The ag forecast report document can be found here: https://agforecast.caes.uga.edu/ Also, the updated crop comparison tool as well as commodity budgets can be…
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Ag Forecast – In-person & Virtual

There is a $10 fee for online registration and the in-person fee is $20 (includes breakfast). Program Here: Agenda below: 2022 Agenda January 28th, 2022 7:30 am       Registration and light breakfast 8:30 am       2022 Georgia Ag Forecast begins Welcome — Mike Toews, Assistant Dean, UGA Tifton Campus UGA…
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Row Crop Update

From Doc Bob-K: “We are in the ‘thick of it’ as far as diseases go for corn, peanuts, cotton, and soybeans.  The weather, now the rising temperatures, and the development of the crop are near-perfect for disease development and rapid spread. 1.  Soybean rust confirmed (easily confirmed) in Sentinel Plots…
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POST-UPW Training Details & Paraquat Training

From the UGA Weed Science Blog: 2021 UPW Training For those who have attended UPW training, your attendance information will be posted at https://www.agr.georgia.gov/24c.aspx and available through the GREEN BUTTONS like in the picture below. Remember, it may take a few weeks after training competition before names will appear. If you or…
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