Replanting Peanuts Peanut Notes No. 88 2022

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I’ve had several calls about peanut fields with stands around 2 plants per foot of row or lower. We are still within the planting window for good peanut yields. It’s important to try to figure out what might be going on with the operation that did not result in a good stand. But if nothing seems apparent, then for a replant one needs to plant 5 seed per foot of row and apply inoculant and systemic insecticide for thrips control. These products will not be available in an accurate manner from the initial planting operation. Replanting is an expensive operation but to get adequate yields you need 4 plants per foot of row. Of course, if you are gun shy on replanting peanuts, soybeans are a good option in these fields. If you are on a good rotation for peanuts and plan to keep it that way in the future, soybeans are better than peanuts in a peanut rotation.