UGA’s 10 Recommendations for Successful Wheat Production

UGA’s 10 Recommendations for Successful Wheat Production

  Rome Ethredge, Interim UGA Grains and Soybean Agronomist, and Dewey Lee, Professor-retired, University of Georgia   Wheat can be an excellent off-season crop to supplement income for row crop farms.  It can also provide the numerous conservation benefits...
Late Maturing Soybean Update

Late Maturing Soybean Update

Rome Ethredge, Interim UGA Grains and Soybean Agronomist Most soybeans either have been or are currently being harvested. Soybeans left in the field now were planted later, mostly after small grain or corn harvest (ultra-late).  If you have soybeans still in the...
Plan Your Visit to the Sunbelt Ag Expo – October 19-21

Plan Your Visit to the Sunbelt Ag Expo – October 19-21

There is so much to see and experience at the Sunbelt Ag Expo.  You can see equipment operated in the field, talk with thousands of industry experts about innovative new products and services, visit numerous exhibit barns, and attend a wide range of educational...
10/8/21 Peanut Update & aGDD Tracker

10/8/21 Peanut Update & aGDD Tracker

Mark Mauldin, Ag & Natural Resources Agent Washington County, Dr. Barry Tillman, Peanut Breeder UF/IFAS NFREC, Ethan Carter, Regional Row Crop IPM Agent, and Camila Ichazo   As we move into October leafspot, especially late leaf spot, continues to be the...
Grain Sorghum (aka Milo) Update

Grain Sorghum (aka Milo) Update

Rome Ethredge, Interim UGA Grains and Soybean Agronomist Anthracnose levels have been increasing and documented in later planted Grain Sorghum this week. If you have any planted acres, now is the time to scout for disease if you have not already. This disease is often...
Defoliating Cotton to Create Florida’s Snowy Fields

Defoliating Cotton to Create Florida’s Snowy Fields

  Ethan Carter, Regional Crop IPM Agent, David Wright, UF/IFAS Agronomist, & Mark Mauldin, Washington County Extension Ag Agent   It’s that time of year again, cotton defoliation is hot on the heels of peanut harvest. Many farmers are in the middle of...