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29
Aug
2014
Soybean sudden death syndrome may indicate nematode problem
Author: Terry Kirkpatrick, Professor - Plant Pathology

The Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) in your soybean field may be trying to tell you something!  The increased incidence in SDS statewide this year is due to a lot of factors, including the cool, wet summer we have had.  However, keep in mind that although SDS is caused by the soil borne fungal pathogen Fusarium […]

29
Aug
2014
Soybean research verification program update for August 29, 2014
Author: Chris Grimes, Program Associate - Soybean/Wheat Verification Coordinator

Desha County field has been harvested and we have a couple more either ready or real close. Irrigation continues to be top priority at this point in the program. We have a few fields approaching irrigation termination, but we have several still that are R5 and have a ways to go. Overall insect and disease […]

25
Aug
2014
Rice research verification program update for August 25, 2014
Author: Ralph Mazzanti, Rice Research Verification Coordinator

The heat units have added up this past week and grain maturity is moving fast. There are nine out of fifteen fields now draining in the verification program. Those fields include Arkansas, Chicot, Desha, Lee, Lincoln, Lonoke, St. Francis, Lawrence, and Prairie County. Two fields are at 100% headed and four fields are at 100% […]

22
Aug
2014
Soybean research verification program update for August 22, 2014
Author: Chris Grimes, Program Associate - Soybean/Wheat Verification Coordinator

Rainfall was more abundant across the southern SRVP fields this week. Irrigation continues to be top priority at this point in the program and we have terminated irrigation a few fields. Desha & Lafayette have reached R7, harvest should be soon. Overall, insect and disease pressure was light in the verification fields this week. County […]

22
Aug
2014
Arkansas Rice Update 8-22-14
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

August 22, 2014                         No. 2014-24 Dr. Jarrod Hardke, Dr. Gus Lorenz, and Dr. Yeshi Wamishe Crop Progress The heat is finally here.  And so is the humidity.  Fields that have been drained and are waiting on harvest are having a hard time dropping in moisture.  A few fields are actively being harvested, but it’s slow […]

18
Aug
2014
Rice research verification program update for August 16, 2014
Author: Ralph Mazzanti, Rice Research Verification Coordinator

Some verification fields seem to be 7 days behind the DD-50’s. With that said there are three fields that are now draining which include Arkansas, Chicot and Prairie Counties that average 4.6 days ahead of the DD-50 drain date.  Five fields are at 100% headed, three fields at 100% heading and three fields at 50% […]

15
Aug
2014
Arkansas Rice Update 8-15-14
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

August 15, 2014                         No. 2014-23 Dr. Jarrod Hardke, Dr. Gus Lorenz, and Dr. Yeshi Wamishe Crop Progress Harvest!  Actually received word of some rice in the state being cut this week.  Many more fields are being actively drained, and all signs point to the pace picking up.  Rain this weekend and early into next week […]

15
Aug
2014
Soybean research verification program update for August 15, 2014
Author: Chris Grimes, Program Associate - Soybean/Wheat Verification Coordinator

Rainfall was more abundant across the southern SRVP fields this week. Irrigation continues to be top priority at this point in the program and we have terminated irrigation a few fields. Overall, insect and disease pressure was light in the verification fields this week; however we did reach treatment level for frogeye in the Prairie […]

15
Aug
2014
Peanut disease update: Scout fields for southern blight and sclerotinia blight
Author: Travis Faske, Extension Plant Pathologist

Southern blight is now beginning to show up in some peanut fields, which is later than normal as southern blight activity typically begins in early July. Unseasonably cooler summer weather contributed to this delay with slower vine growth and less-than-favorable weather conditions for southern blight. Alternately, Sclerotinia blight was observed last week, which is two […]

13
Aug
2014
Soybean nematode survey opportunity: Check for the hidden enemy of soybean
Author: Terry Kirkpatrick, Professor - Plant Pathology

Nematodes have been called the “hidden enemy” of soybean because these soilborne, microscopic root pathogens can go unnoticed in a field until yield losses become severe. The number of soybean fields showing visible damage due to nematodes has increased dramatically during the last few years statewide, and most of the time the root-knot nematode is […]