Three Rivers Ag News

Reminder About Production Meetings

We have several production updates and other meetings coming up this winter and spring: January 29 Area Cotton Update (Macon County Extension, 12 pm) January 30 2018 Georgia/Florida Soybean & Small Grain Expo (Georgia National Fairgrounds) February 8 Area Corn & Soybean Update (Macon County Extension, 12 pm) February 14…
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Cotton Variety Selection

Choosing the right cotton variety for your farm is one of the most important decisions you will make in a growing season.  Our Cotton team and County Agents across south Georgia do a great job with on farm variety trials.  These trials give us the ability to look at multiple…
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‘Tis The Season

It is the holiday season and that means many things to all of us.  Hunting, Football, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Agricultural Production Updates.  You may not love sitting in meetings but if you have agricultural interests in middle Georgia these updates can help you improve on your current production practices and remain profitable.
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Caterpillars and Asian Soybean Rust

Asian Soybean Rust has officially been detected in Peach County, which means it could be anywhere and in any field. Once this rust appears, it can develop quickly with the help of a little rain and wind. This disease is of particular concern if your soybeans are between flowering and…
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Be on the Lookout for Soybean Rust

Hurricane Irma is going to make a mess and it will probably also spread soybean rust across our area.  As soon as the fields dry out we need to be looking for soybean rust in all of our group VII beans.  We are at the beginning of pod fill and…
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To Dig or Not to Dig

I hope that this is not even a question now that we have a better idea of where Irma is headed.  Even our earliest peanuts planted around April 17th would only be 145 days on the 15th of September.  Reports from  Agents in our area and south show the early…
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