To leverage advancements in peanut research, the Peanut Improvement Working Group, a small group, was formed in 1957. Things evolved from there.
Any person who tells you that they know exactly what will happen with a specific tank-mixture on any given day is full of poultry litter.
House Agriculture Committee Chairman Mike Conaway debuted the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018 April 12, and cotton and peanut farm groups liked what they saw.
“Last year was a real good weather year for us. We need about five of those in a row,” says the Columbus County, N.C. , cotton producer.
Growers who take the time to make necessary changes to their planter from field to field will benefit this planting season.
Vigilance in the fields can lead to better management of diseases and nematodes, as well as greater profits for the growers.
The always anticipated USDA Prospective Planting report hit fields March 29.
The five-part series is called 'The Society of Peanut' and will appear in Southeast Farm Press over the next few months.
North Carolina peanut farmers need to be prepared for leaf spot this year. The disease was an issue in 2016 and 2017.