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Hurricane Michael, Rainy-Season & Forages Did Not Mix Well in Northwest Florida this Year

Hurricane Michael, Rainy-Season & Forages Did Not Mix Well in Northwest Florida this Year

Forage and livestock related issues stemming from our recent bout with Hurricane Michael has impacted our livestock in ways that are still being felt. For starters, a rainy Spring-Summer-Fall did not help with the forage quality of our pastures, hay production or ...

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Changes to the Dicamba Product Registration for the Upcoming Crop Season

Changes to the Dicamba Product Registration for the Upcoming Crop Season

Pratap Devkota, UF/IFAS Crop Weed Specialist The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved extension of the registration for dicamba products Engenia, Fexapan, and Xtendimax for use in dicamba-tolerant cotton and soybean until December 20, 2020....

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Jackson County Certified Pile Burner Course – February 15

Jackson County Certified Pile Burner Course – February 15

In response to the large amount of storm debris from Hurricane Michael, the Florida Forest Service and the University of Florida Jackson County Extension Service will be offering a Certified Pile Burner Course in Marianna, Florida. Normally this course includes a $50...

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Using Dicamba-tolerant Crops? New Rules for the 2019 Season Require Mandatory Training – March 20

Using Dicamba-tolerant Crops? New Rules for the 2019 Season Require Mandatory Training – March 20

  Mark Mauldin, Washington County Extension, & Ethan Carter, Regional Crop IPM Agent Attention producers planning to use XtendiMax, Engenia, or FeXapan on the associated dicamba-tolerant crops during the 2019 growing season – there have been major regulatory changes...

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