How’s My Crop Fertility after Recent Heavy Rains?

How’s My Crop Fertility after Recent Heavy Rains?

Dr. Glen Harris, UGA-Tifton, Extension Agronomist for Soils & Fertilizer, Dr. Mike Mulvaney, WFREC Jay, Cropping Systems Specialist UF, and Ethan Carter Regional Crop IPM Agent – – With the 2021 crop season upon us, many people have already spread...
Friday Feature:  How do you turn corn into Cheetos?

Friday Feature: How do you turn corn into Cheetos?

This week’s featured video is not crop production related but highlights one of the popular and unique products made from field corn.  How do they make Cheetos Puffs or Crunchy Cheetos?  These snacks are primarily made from corn meal and flavored seasonings.  A...
Springtime Means Cutworms – Scout Corn and Soybean Fields

Springtime Means Cutworms – Scout Corn and Soybean Fields

Florida has several species of cutworms that can be problematic year to year in cropping systems, especially corn and soybeans. Larvae are capable of overwintering and surviving the winter here, which has become easier in recent years with fewer periods of freezing...
Panhandle Row Crop Update Video Presentations

Panhandle Row Crop Update Video Presentations

– Throughout the month of February, the Panhandle Ag Extension Team hosted a four-part virtual series geared towards cotton, peanut, corn, and soybean production, as well as precision agriculture. Extension specialists from Florida, Georgia, and Alabama provided...
New Nematode Management Products For Row Crops in 2021

New Nematode Management Products For Row Crops in 2021

There are relatively few products to manage nematodes in row crops, so new products or product changes are something agricultural professionals should be aware of. In 2021, new releases or product changes have been made for certain nematode-resistant cultivars and...