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22
Jul
2016
Arkansas Rice Update 7-22-16
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

Arkansas Rice Update Dr. Jarrod Hardke & Dr. Yeshi Wamishe July 22, 2016  No. 2016-19                www.uaex.edu/rice Crop Progress Upon looking at oil dripping from underneath his racecar, Robert Duvall in Days of Thunder looked at the car and said, “This is not the kind of answer I’m looking […]

15
Jul
2016
Arkansas Rice Update 7-15-16
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

Arkansas Rice Update Dr. Jarrod Hardke July 15, 2016  No. 2016-18                www.uaex.edu/rice Crop Progress It’s always an exciting time of year as rice starts heading.  Sure we have rice stink bug issues to worry with right now, but the end is now in sight. By the end of […]

09
Jul
2016
Arkansas Rice Update 7-9-16
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

Arkansas Rice Update Dr. Jarrod Hardke & Dr. Yeshi Wamishe July 9, 2016  No. 2016-17                www.uaex.edu/rice Crop Progress Current conditions have the rice crop speeding along.  It’s not just your rice either, it’s everyone’s rice.  Daytime highs in the mid-90s and low temperatures staying above 70 have us […]

30
Jun
2016
Arkansas Rice Update 6-30-16
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

Arkansas Rice Update Dr. Jarrod Hardke & Dr. Gus Lorenz June 30, 2016  No. 2016-16                www.uaex.edu/rice Crop Progress Heading has begun on a limited basis and we’ll be picking up speed over the next couple of weeks.  There’s light at the end of the tunnel.  But every now […]

27
Jun
2016
Sheath blight rice disease showing up: Start scouting
Author: Yeshi Wamishe, Extension Rice Plant Pathologist

By Yeshi Wamishe, Extension Plant Pathologist, and Jarrod Hardke, Extension Rice Agronomist If your rice crop has reached or is past green ring (internode elongation) it’s time to start scouting for sheath blight.  Conditions that favor sheath blight are susceptible cultivars, high N rates, dense stands with thick canopies, and field history of sheath blight […]

24
Jun
2016
Arkansas Rice Update 6-24-16
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

Arkansas Rice Update Dr. Jarrod Hardke June 24, 2016  No. 2016-15                www.uaex.edu/rice Crop Progress Standing outside has felt like standing in front of either a hot blowdryer or a blowtorch depending on your perspective.  Hot, humid conditions have the rice crop progressing well, but all those out in […]

23
Jun
2016
Research lacking to back claims for foliar-applied fertilizers
Author: Arkansas Row Crops

By Nathan Slaton, Rick Norman, Trent Roberts, Jason Kelley, Jarrod Hardke, Bill Robertson, Jeremy Ross and Leo Espinoza; University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. Farmers must ask at least two fundamental questions about every product they are asked to purchase and apply to their crop: What is the frequency of crop response and what […]

21
Jun
2016
Rice blast active in Arkansas: Start scouting
Author: Yeshi Wamishe, Extension Rice Plant Pathologist

By Yeshi Wamishe, Extension Rice Pathologist, and Jarrod Hardke, Extension Rice Agronomist Most rice in Arkansas is near or well past internode elongation (joint movement).  Except for a few cases of seedling disease complexes and hydrogen sulfide toxicity, until now, blast and sheath blight rice diseases have been relatively quiet in Arkansas.  Today (June 20, […]

18
Jun
2016
Arkansas Rice Update 6-18-16
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

Arkansas Rice Update Dr. Jarrod Hardke, Scott Stiles, & Dr. Yeshi Wamishe June 18, 2016  No. 2016-14                www.uaex.edu/rice Crop Progress “It’s not so much the heat that’ll get you, but the humidity.”  It may get old hearing it said, but it doesn’t make it any less true.  On […]

10
Jun
2016
Arkansas Rice Update 6-10-16
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

Arkansas Rice Update Dr. Jarrod Hardke June 10, 2016  No. 2016-13                www.uaex.edu/rice Crop Progress This rice growing season has been all about time and patience, waiting for the crop to make a serious move.  The patience finally paid off in the form of warm temperatures and bright, sunny […]