Three Rivers Ag News

Caterpillars and Asian Soybean Rust

Asian Soybean Rust has officially been detected in Peach County, which means it could be anywhere and in any field. Once this rust appears, it can develop quickly with the help of a little rain and wind. This disease is of particular concern if your soybeans are between flowering and…
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Be on the Lookout for Soybean Rust

Hurricane Irma is going to make a mess and it will probably also spread soybean rust across our area.  As soon as the fields dry out we need to be looking for soybean rust in all of our group VII beans.  We are at the beginning of pod fill and…
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To Dig or Not to Dig

I hope that this is not even a question now that we have a better idea of where Irma is headed.  Even our earliest peanuts planted around April 17th would only be 145 days on the 15th of September.  Reports from  Agents in our area and south show the early…
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This is Your Reminder

We will be having our last row crop production update of the year on March 1st (that is Wednesday).  We get to hear from our newest Agronomist on what is new and exciting in Soybean production.  With many commodity prices being fairly low soybean contracts have been a small bright…
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