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19
Dec
2013
2013 Rice Research Verification Program Report
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

The 2013 Rice Research Verification Program report is now available by clicking the link or on the publications tab of the Arkansas Row Crops blog. The 2013 growing season was the thirty-first year for the Rice Research Verification Program (RRVP).  The RRVP is an interdisciplinary effort between growers, county extension agents, extension specialists, and researchers. […]

3
Aug
2013
Arkansas Rice Update 8-3-13
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

August 3, 2013                            No. 2013-19 Dr. Jarrod Hardke, Dr. Gus Lorenz, and Dr. Yeshi Wamishe Crop Progress While there have been a few reports of fields just going to flood in the last couple of weeks, the state is about 40% headed to date.  DD50 numbers indicate that nearly 80% of fields should be at […]

14
Jun
2013
Arkansas rice update – June 14, 2013
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

June 14, 2013                             No. 2013-12 Dr. Jarrod Hardke, Dr. Gus Lorenz, Dr. Trent Roberts, and Dr. Bob Scott Crop Progress “We’re having a heat wave, a tropical heat wave.”  Hot, but not quite that hot yet.  Warm, sunny, breezy days were just what much of the state needed this week.  The rice is starting to […]

7
Jun
2013
Arkansas Rice Update 6-7-13
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

June 7, 2013                               No. 2013-11 Dr. Jarrod Hardke, Dr. Gus Lorenz, Dr. Trent Roberts, and Dr. Bob Scott Crop Progress “When you shift the gear and that little needle on the tach goes into the red and reads 9000 RPM, that’s BAD.”  That’s how I feel about this season – we’re at 9000 RPM worth […]

22
Mar
2013
Lorenz on soybean seed treatments
Author: Mary Hightower, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture

Take a three-minute break with Extension entomologist Gus Lorenz, as he discusses the value of seed treatments for soybeans.