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Three River Blog
Wheat Considerations Posted by Jeff Cook on Oct 26, 2020 Since wheat prices have gotten out of the basement you may be considering planting more acreage than normal. If you are, I think there are two major issues you need to consider. First, you need to pick a variety that is adapted to our weather and has been evaluated in...
Protecting Stored Grain Posted by Jeff Cook on Aug 12, 2020

August grain protectant

Cheap Insurance for Soybeans Posted by Jeff Cook on Aug 12, 2020

I am not trying to promote some new policy to cover losses in soybean production. I am just trying to make life easier for you later in the season.

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Peach Blog
New Peach Fungicides for Use in 2021 Posted by Phil Brannen on Oct 16, 2020 There are a few new fungicides that either just came out or that came out last year. We need to make sure that we incorporate these materials in a way that will allow for optimum efficacy and resistance management. We will be discussing these products in meetings, but as an...
Insect Pests – QUESTIONNAIRE 2020 REMINDER Posted by Blaauw on Oct 2, 2020 Hello everyone, Thank you to everyone who has already completed the questionnaire. Before I close it down, I just wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to fill it out. I don’t want to take up too much of your time, but with this crazy season starting to slow...
Insect Pests – QUESTIONNAIRE 2020 Posted by Blaauw on Sep 1, 2020 Hello everyone, I don’t want to take up too much of your time, but with this crazy season starting to slow down, I wanted to get your input on insect pests from this season (particularly San Jose scale). Below is a link to a short questionnaire about insect pest management....
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Pecan Blog
What’s going on with the pecan market? Posted by Lenny Wells on Oct 15, 2020 Harvest season has arrived for pecans in Georgia. We have an excellent crop of pecans this year from the perspective of both volume and quality. However, the pecan market is quite disturbing to most growers at the moment. Prices so far in the early part of the harvest season are...
Shuck Decline Posted by Andrew Sawyer on Sep 23, 2020 Growers are starting to see symptoms of shuck decline in the orchard. Symptoms range from shucks turning all the way black to the tips green shucks turning black and peeling back at the suture. In some cases, kernels are black and in other cases, there is no kernel. The degree...
Pecan Growers Eligible for CFAP 2 payments Posted by Lenny Wells on Sep 21, 2020 USDA is implementing Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2 for agricultural producers who continue to face market disruptions and associated costs because of COVID-19. Pecans are included in this round. Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2, or CFAP 2, will provide producers with financial assistance that gives them the ability to absorb...
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Strawberry Blog
Neopestalotiopsis Fruit Rot Warning Posted by Phil Brannen on Sep 17, 2020 There is a new disease that has been reported on strawberries, and it is causing substantial issues for the strawberry industry in Florida.  It is possible that our environment in Georgia is not conducive to the disease, but we should be diligent and on the lookout without regard.  Fungal Neopestalotiopsis...
Opportunity for Beginner or Interested Growers Posted by Jeff Cook on Aug 31, 2020 Clemson Extension is hosting a Strawberry 101 webinar. Click Here for more information and to get registered. Topics will include economics, timeline, fertility, and plant selection.
Link to Strawberry Meeting Recording and Other Updates Posted by Jeff Cook on Aug 21, 2020

If you missed the Georgia South Carolina Strawberry Update you will have to read a little more to get all the valuable information that was shared.

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