April 18, 2014 No. 2014-6 Dr. Jarrod Hardke, Dr. Gus Lorenz, Dr. Bob Scott, and Scott Stiles Planting Progress
Rain, rain, go away. I think we’re all getting a little tired of it these days. As sure as we complain about it now, we’ll be wishing for it again in a month. Never more than
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This is an interesting time in Arkansas agriculture as new technologies are on the horizon in many crops and resistant weeds are becoming more prevalent in all crops and across multiple modes of action. We have screened multiple samples of barnyardgrass that contain 3-way resistance to Propanil, Facet, and Newpath (ALS) chemistry. Also annual and
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March 20, 2014 No. 2014-2 Dr. Jarrod Hardke and Dr. Gus Lorenz Planting Progress
A number of fields now have rice in the ground after (somewhat) favorable conditions this week. Conditions were right to get a lot of ground prepared for the season and where people felt like they could also get some planted they
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The 2014 Arkansas Rice Quick Facts are now available by clicking the link or on the Publications tab of the Arkansas Row Crops blog. The Quick Facts are a one-page (front and back) quick reference guide for University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture recommendations for Rice production. Laminated copies will be available at county Extension
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The 2013 Corn and Grain Sorghum Research Verification Program report is now available by clicking the link or by clicking the publications tab of the Arkansas Row Crops Blog.
The 2013 growing season was the fourteenth year for the Corn and Grain Sorghum Research Verification Program (CGSRVP). The CGSRVP is an interdisciplinary effort between growers, County Extension
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The 2014 Corn Quick Facts and 2014 Grain Sorghum Quick Facts are now available by clicking the respective links and also on the Publications tab of the Arkansas Row Crop Blog. The Quick Facts are a one page (front and back) quick reference guide for University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Corn and Grain Sorghum
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In the last few years we have been seeing the need for foliar thrips applications in cotton, even though seed was treated with an Insecticide Seed Treatment (IST). Growers and consultants have been frustrated with the need for foliar applications to protect cotton from thrips after spending $15 per acre for a seed treatment and
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We have been receiving numerous phone calls about Dectes stem borer in soybean this year. We began seeing large numbers of adults in soybean fields as early as mid-June this year and populations appeared to peak in early- to mid-July. Now we are beginning to receive reports of severe infestations in maturing Group IV and
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Several soilborne soybean diseases occur in Arkansas that may look somewhat similar upon casual observation. It is important, however, to accurately distinguish which is which because yield loss potential, as well as disease management and prevention may be radically different. The following is a comparison of symptoms associated with southern soybean stem canker (SC), sudden
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September 12, 2013 No. 2013-25 Dr. Jarrod Hardke, Dr. Gus Lorenz, and Dr. Yeshi Wamishe Crop Progress
Many growers are continuing to make quick work of harvest these days. The majority of yield numbers coming in are 180+ bu/acre with most numbers in the 200+ range. Difficult to be unhappy with those kinds of yields.
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