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Cotton Defoliation

Defoliating cotton is an art. Each year presents different challenges. Once the field reaches 75% open bolls or 4 or less nodes above the upper cracked boll it is time to pull the trigger. Cotton Defoliants each have a different job. Most farmers have a general “recipe” that they use…
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Cotton Irrigation Termination

Cotton Irrigation Termination Decisions David Hall, Extension Water Educator, Cale Cloud, Extension Water Agent, and Wesley Porter, Extension Precision Ag and Irrigation Specialist: As we approach the end of the growing season we are around 12 to 16 weeks after planting at the beginning of September based on a May…
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Agriculture Stress Survey from GA Dept. of Ag Emergency Management

This survey on Agriculture Stress has been sent by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. To participate scan the QR Code in this post or visit the link.

If you have questions about it you can contact: Madison Cahill at Madison.Cahill@agr.georgia.gov, Coralis Rodriguez Morales at Coralis.Rodriguez-Morales@agr.georgia.gov, or Venessa Sims at Venessa.Sims@agr.georgia.gov.

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Aspergillus Crown Rot in Peanut

Peanut seed saved from last year went through a lot of hot and dry weather. This can lead to a build up of pathogens in and on the seed. Good seed treatment and in-furrow fungicide applications can and do help, but sometimes that is not enough.

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Retaining your Calf Crop Past Weaning

UGA Cattle Specialist Offer Options for Cattle Producers: Current situation, producers are looking at ways to maintain economic livelihood.  One of the ways they can achieve this is through retaining ownership of the calves past weaning.  This can take on different meanings, depending on the length ownership, and the goal.

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