Pod Maturity From Halifax County Brandon Pike Peanut Notes No. 214 2021

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A summary of pod maturity samples:

From Brandon Pike, Extension Agent, Agriculture (Tuesday, September 14, 2021, at 4:56 p.m.

“A Peanut Maturity workshop was held at Halifax Farm Service on Monday, September 13. We had 35 samples submitted. Predominantly Bailey II, with a couple Sullivans, and three Wynns. Maturity averaged 7-10 days across variety. The few Sullivans sampled were a day or two ahead of the Bailey IIs. The Wynns sampled were all at 7 days out. The Bailey IIs ranged from plows currently in the field to close to three weeks out on some dry land. All samples were predominantly from the western half through the middle of Halifax County.”