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Nitrogen Fertilization on Cotton

I have been scouting around the county and received calls about fertilization on cotton. Most of the cotton I have been looking at is between first square and first bloom. Some is probably going to start blooming in the next two weeks for the earlier planted cotton, and nitrogen requirements…
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EPA Paraquat Training for Certified Applicators

This information is taken from the EPA website. As required by EPA’s Paraquat Dichloride Human Health Mitigation Decision and amended paraquat dichloride (a.k.a. paraquat) product labels, certified applicators must successfully complete an EPA-approved training program before mixing, loading, and/or applying paraquat. The training provides important information about paraquat’s toxicity, new label requirements…
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Profitability of ‘Lakota’ pecan

With the pecan prices down from their highs a few years ago, growers need to be looking for ways to cut production costs to increase profitability of their operations. Here is an article by Lenny Wells discussing a highly scab resistance pecan cultivar named Lakota. The top concern on growers’…
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2021 Production Meetings

As everyone is aware this past year has been quite different from any before it. COVID-19 has affected many aspects of everyday life that people have taken for granted. Social gatherings, eating inside restaurants, and even shaking hands have taken a hiatus for now. I have faith that soon enough…
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