Tattnall County Extension

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Cutworms in Georgia Peanut Fields

Here is an interesting article written by UGA’s Peanut Entomologist Dr. Mark Abney: It is always something…this week in the world of peanut entomology that something is cutworms. We see cutworm injury to peanut foliage every year in the month of June, and in most cases these infestations are nothing…
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2018 UGA Peanut Guide

This year, the UGA Peanut Team has given us this quick reference guide to help with commonly asked questions for the coming season.  In it, you will find questions about variety selection, seed size, disease management, fertility, weed management, and insect control. Take a look below. 
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Peanut Irrigation Scheduling

Many acres of peanuts have recently been planted in our area during the past several weeks.  Peanuts can be somewhat drought tolerant, but good irrigation management can result in substantial yield increases.  Below is a peanut irrigation schedule from the University of Georgia.  The 1.5 inches per week irrigation schedule is…
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