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Texas producers delaying wheat planting due to grasshoppers

High Plains wheat producers who are normally ready to put seed in the ground might want to hold off this year, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialists in Amarillo. 355 more words


How to plan cover crops

In Delta Farm Press

by Trenton Roberts, University of Arkansas

If you are considering implementing winter cover crops into your crop rotation this fall, the single biggest piece of advice that I can give you is to plan, plan, plan. 238 more words


Drop arms improve spray coverage on field peppers

Reposted from http://sprayers101.com/drop-arms-improve-spray-coverage-on-field-peppers/

Victoria Radauskas, OMAFRA

A farm supplier contacted us in early July on behalf of a client with a history of disease control issues in his field pepper operation. 1,059 more words


August 25, 2015 Volume XI No. 7

Apple Summer Diseases

 Apple Maggot

All varieties of apple are vulnerable to attack by apple maggot, but my fruit evaluations over the years have pointed to a pattern where some varieties get more damage than others. 1,105 more words


What's Organic, Anyway?

Just because something is purchased at a farmers market, doesn’t mean it’s organic.

Just because something is not organic, doesn’t mean it was grown with pesticides. 328 more words

Directory of least-toxic pest products online

In the NC State IPM portal

The IPM Practitioner’s 2015 Directory of Least-Toxic Pest Control Products is now available online. This Directory lists more than 2,000 products such as baits, traps, pheromones, microbials, biocontrol agents, least toxic pesticides and other materials needed for IPM for insect, disease, weed and vertebrate control. 43 more words


Getting to know me!


So this is Pulkit Agarwal putting words into your eyes and senses. I am a student of the 5-year Integrated Programme in Management at… 141 more words