The new Arkansas Rice Production Handbook is now available under the Publications tab (located near the top of the Arkansas Row Crops home page).
You can also visit http://www.uaex.edu/Other_Areas/publications/MP-192.asp to view/download the complete publication or individual chapters.
Printed copies of the handbook should be available after the first of the year.
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Continue reading New Arkansas Rice Production Handbook Now Available
Fall-seeded wheat generally does not require N fertilizer for establishment. Fall-applied N or preplant N can aid in the establishment of wheat under specific planting conditions and crop rotations, but should be managed on a case-by-case basis. Previous research has suggested the need for fall-applied N to help compensate for the large amount of
Continue reading Fall Nitrogen Recommendations for Winter Wheat
August 30, 2013 No. 2013-23 Dr. Jarrod Hardke, Dr. Gus Lorenz, and Dr. Yeshi Wamishe Crop Progress
Harvest is starting to get going in the central part of the state. For the most part it’s isolated to early-planted fields. Yield reports continue to be very positive – almost all have been over 200 bu/acre
Continue reading Arkansas Rice Update 8-30-13
Soybean rust was found yesterday, August 7, for the first time in Arkansas this year. U of A Program Technician Amanda Greer made the discovery in a commercial soybean field at growth stage R5 near Halley in Desha Co in Southeast Arkansas. This is the same county in which SBR was first detected in
Continue reading Soybean rust discovered in Arkansas; Aerial blight showing up
Arkansas just received a Section 24(c) Special Local Need label for aerial application of Capreno and Halex GT herbicides in corn. This will hopefully help those producers who have been unable to get into the field with ground rigs due to frequent rainfall. Keep in mind the corn growth restrictions. Any tank mixtures with
Continue reading Corn weed control: Capreno and Halex GT receive aerial labels
Stripe rust is still increasing on susceptible varieties at locations where it blew in during the spring. The most susceptible varieties are Arcadia, Progeny 117, Progeny 185, and USG 3993. Except for a few fields, stripe rust does not appear to be having a significant impact on yield because of adult-plant resistance and one
Continue reading Wheat disease update – May 3, 2013
There have been numerous reports of wheat stripe rust from eastern Arkansas, and the levels are much higher that at this time last year. Varieties most frequently reported to have stripe rust include Ricochet and Beretta that account for a significant portion of the wheat acres. In past years, these varieties were susceptible early
Continue reading Wheat Stripe rust update, April 11, 2013
Judging by the number of calls I have received this morning, it looks like we will be re-planting a good bit of the March planted corn. I realize that the calendar date has everyone concerned, but there is no need to panic, we haven’t missed a crop yet, and bad decisions now will lead
Continue reading Killing Existing Corn For Re-Plants
It sure seems that the weather pattern is stuck in winter instead of spring over the last couple weeks. Much of the corn that has been planted in Southeast and Southwest Arkansas has not emerged, even though some has been planted 3+weeks. The cold weather this week will also slow emergence and growth even
Continue reading Cold Start for 2013 Corn Crop
A new Cotton Quick Facts Sheet is now available from the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture’s Cotton Program. Subjects on the quick facts sheet include: new cotton varieties, fertility recommendations as well as insect thresholds, termination intervals and many more subjects. The purpose of the fact sheet is to give producers, consultants and
Continue reading 2013 Arkansas Cotton Quick Facts Sheet Now Available