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2013 and 2014 Double Crop Yields

Crop response to planting date at Lewiston-Woodville during 2013 and 2014 under irrigation. Wheat, corn, grain sorghum, and soybean …

V-C News

With this article I plan to make summary comments from our 2014 research project. We always provide a technical …

Distribution of pod maturity experienced in many fields during 2014.

JLA Report (November 19, 2014)

The 2014 crop in the Virginia-Carolina region has been dug and harvested and is currently being processed. The growing …

Peanut at various stages of harvest in the V-C region

JLA Report (October 17, 2014)

Approximately 95% of the crop in the Virginia-Carolina region has been dug with 70% harvested (Image 1). Weather conditions …

Fall Temperatures

Good reminder from Curtis. Sunday morning was cool. We often indicate that if you have 2 mornings in a …

Peanut digging in V-C region.

JLA Report (October 2, 2014)

Growers across the V-C region are digging peanut as quickly as possible to catch up from poor conditions during …

Peanuts Sprouting in the Field

Question: Peanuts just one or two sprouting in field? Answer: This does happen naturally. In most cases it is not often and …

Mature and Ready

Most of you have wrapped up your pod blasting clinics or will do so by the end of next …

recently dug peanut plant in field

Crop Report September 19, 2014

Digging (Figure 1) of peanut in the V-C region has begun in earnest with approximately 25% of the crop in …

Late Season Fungicide Selection

Comments from Barbara Shew on Late-Season Fungicide Selection… Most people are getting ready to make their final foliar fungicide application …

PVQE Pre-Harvest Field Tour

The Virginia-Carolina PVQE Pre-Harvest Field Tour is scheduled on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at Taylor Slade Farm, Williamston, NC. For …

peanut vines in field

Crop Summary September 4, 2014

Temperature has reached normal levels over the past 2 weeks and is forecasted to be normal over the coming …

Canopy view of Sclerotinia blight of peanut

Crop Summary - August 18, 2014

Temperatures have been cooler than normal during the past few weeks and in general for the month of August. …

Heat Units From 2009-2014

Average Heat Unit Accumulation per Day (DD56) from May 16 through November 1 at Lewiston-Woodville for Various Categories Average …

Application Variables With Omega

Question: What is the absolute best tip and volume and pressure for omega application..? I have a guy wanting to …

chemical burn on peanut leaves

Issues in the Peanut Canopy

Here are some images of leaf injury you might be seeing in peanut canopies right now. The first appears to …

peanut canopy in early August

JLA Report August 5, 2014

The peanut crop in the V-C region continues to progress nicely moving into August. In most cases rainfall has …

Peanut Field Day Lewiston Announcement

This announcement provides a detailed agenda for the 62nd Annual Peanut Field Day – September 4th, 2014. Article first appeared as North …

Late Season Herbicides

Depending on product labels, the 2,4-DB pre harvest interval is 45-60 days. We are quickly approaching that restriction and …

Peanut Science Article on 2,4-DB

The following article is available from Peanut Science Journal: Tolerance of Virginia-Type Peanut to Different Application Timings of 2,4-DB T. A. …

Provost Mixes

Question: Tank mix question: Can you tank mix Provost, Boron, Peanut Special, select and crop oil together? Answer: I would not put …

Journal of Crop Protection Articles

Faculty from North Carolina State University have published a three-part original research article in the Journal of Crop Protection. These …

NCSU Glyphosate on Peanut Early in Season

The article, Replanting Decisions Following Glyphosate Application to Peanut, is available online from the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Management …

Peanut Response to Dicamba

The research article, Peanut Yield Response to Dicamba, is available from Peanut Science. Article Citation: E. P. Prostko, T. L. Grey, …

Peanut Response to Liberty

The research article, Glufosinate Application Timing and Rate Affect Peanut Yield, is available from Peanut Science. Article Citation: Eric P. Prostko, …

UGA Publication Glyphosate on Peanut

This document, Circular 1007 from University of Georgia Cooperative Extension, discusses peanut response to glyphosate. Article first appeared as North …

peanut field with bare areas

Low pH Site at Whiteville

If you recall Peanut Notes from a few weeks ago, here are some follow-up images. There was great concern, …

Development of peanut planted May 22

Crop Update July 17, 2014

The peanut crop as a whole continues to progress well going into the third week of July. While much …

Peanut field with nearly closed canopy.

Apogee Timing

The following images were taken July 16 in Wilson county. In Image 1 the timing is appropriate for Apogee. …

Disease Management Update

This peanut disease management update was provided by Barbara Shew, Extension Plant Pathology Specialist. Article first appeared as North Carolina Peanut …

Insect Management Update

Dr. Ames Herbert recently posted an article on the Virginia AG Pest Advisory about “worms” in peanuts. I thought …

Sclerotinia in peanut

Sclerotinia Blight

Active Sclerotinia blight was found yesterday (July 10) on the Peanut Belt Research Station at Lewiston. According to the …

nitrogen deficient peanut field

Nitrogen Deficiency

Received this photo from Norman in a new ground field. We are trying to work through the issue and …

peanut field

JLA Report July 5, 2014

Peanuts in the majority of the V-C region continue to progress nicely moving into July. However, some areas with …

Thinking About Apogee

Many of the peanuts in the state will lap middles within the next 2 weeks. Some will lap the …

Gypsum and Heavy Rains

Question about gypsum and rain: I’m a bit concerned about a few growers that applied gypsum the 3rd week of …

peanut field

Update on Injured Peanuts

Just talked with this farmer and after sending in a soil sample he found out the pH was around …

peanut field treated with Admire Pro and Orthene

Admire Pro and Old Programs

“Old Programs” Test (plus Admire Pro). Peanuts planted May 21. Article first appeared as North Carolina Peanut Note …

peanut field treated with Fierce

Weed Control Images

I enjoyed seeing many of you yesterday (I mean I enjoyed seeing everyone present, it’s just that not all …

Flowering of peanut planted in early May under irrigation.

JLA Update June 21

The majority of peanut fields in the V-C region have adequate stands with peanuts experiencing minimal stress. Although some …

injury from thrips and Cobra application

Injury From Thrips and Cobra

Images showing thrips feeding (no insecticide at planting or foliar) compounded by application of Cobra to control Palmer amaranth. …

possible herbicide injury

Possible PPO Injury in Peanut

These images were provided by a farmer. The injury appears to be from a PPO herbicide. Based on spray …

peanut plants showing yellow flash

Injury Images

Here are a couple of images from this past week. 1. This is most likely the “yellow flash” often observed …

Inoculant Questions

Phone Question about Inoculants: A grower planted on twin rows and applied half of the rate of inoculant under each …

peanuts with minor injury from thrips

Paraquat and Thrips Damage

If you see the relatively minor injury noted below from thrips (Image 1), the cumulative impact of thrips injury …

Image 1. Peanut planted May 2

JLK Report

Planting the V-C peanut crop is now complete. Rainfall in the region has been sporadic over the past two …

Weed Control Questions

Weed Control Question: Looking for 2 herbicide suggestions. 1. I have some weeds in peanuts 2-4″ where dirt covered up …

Paraquat and Valor SX

Question: Just wanted to double check. Is it okay to mix 8 oz gramoxone + 0.5 pt basagran + 0.5 …

Power of the Peanut

Here is a link to a promotional YouTube video about peanuts from Planters Peanuts. Post first appeared as North Carolina …

Cadre and Cotton

E-mail string about Cadre in peanut and impact on Cotton the next year Question: Trying to control Purple Nutsedge. Want to …

Regarding Thrips and Herbicide Injury

E-Mail string concerning thrips control and herbicide Injury. You may experience something similar over the next week or so. Question: I …

Herbicide damage following heavy rains and splashing of soil and herbicide on emerging plants

JLA Report May 22, 2014

The V-C crop will be approximately 85% planted through May 22. Rainfall around May 16 was relatively widespread across …

wilted recently emerged peanut plants

Valor SX Injury

Question or Comment: David…Bailey…admire, valor plus dual…a starter in furrow from coastal that he has used frequently…planted 5/8…4 inches on …

Peanut Grower Short Column

Short Column Provided for June Issue of Peanut Grower Magazine: Peanut stands are established now and in many cases growers …

Crop Science Summer Class

Drs. Fisher and Edmisten and I are offering the Cotton, Peanut, and Tobacco Production course this summer. At present …

Herbicide Mixtures

We have looked at paraquat with Warrant and Basagran and have seen no issues. We have not looked at …

Potash Gypsum Question

Question or Comment: On a farm where we’re planting about 25 acres of peanuts I’m not sure where to go …

Weed Control Question

Question or Comment: You must be psychic. Well, I reckon you did have a clue. Yes Valor was the question. …

bag of certified seed

JLA Report May 8, 2014

Establishment of the V-C crop is under way with approximately 15% planted through the week of May 8. Rain …

Jordan v-C News Article

This article is written for V-C Peanut News that will come out in a few weeks. I’m sending it …

5000 Pound Club Certificates

These certificates were presented to growers in North Carolina producing 5000 Pounds or more of peanuts per acre on their …

Early Season Weed Control

Peanut Grower Magazine short update, sent April 14, 2014 Weed management is one of the most important tasks during the …

Preplant Boron

Question: One this morning about applying all of your boron in the fertilizer preplant and using no foliar applications. He …

Links to CS 415 IPM Lectures

The following links have videos related to IPM principles used in peanut. Some questions on Exam 2 will be …

Burndown Question

Question: Are there any restrictions on 2-4D application for burndown on peanut land. Was planning to spray Rup + 2-4D before …

Insecticide Update

While the first peanut is yet to go in the ground, we do have a new product added to …

Agent Session on February 26

Hi everyone. I enjoyed the discussion yesterday and we will plan to have those periodically this summer in the …

Palmer Amaranth Distribution in NC

A research article, Distribution of Glyphosate- and Thifensulfuron-Resistant Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) in North Carolina, is available for download from the …

Peanut Breeding Program Summary

The document, Variety Situation in North Carolina for 2014, is available as a pdf. The document was developed by: T.G. Isleib …

peanut mowing trial

Results From a Curiosity Trial

Impact of Time of Vine Mowing and Digging Date on Peanut Yield How will peanuts respond to mowing prior to …

Peanut Information 2014

The North Carolina 2014 Peanut Information publication is available here. Article first appeared as North Carolina Peanut Note …

Pod Maturity in Video Clips

If by chance you look at some of the video clips, when I go through determining maturity and decided when …

Cover photo for Thrips Control

Thrips Control

I’ll send you things periodically as I think about them. I know it is early to think about thrips …

Follow Up on Twin Rows

I had a question this week from a farmer considering twin rows and purchasing a planter and this explains …

twin row planting

Comments on Twin Rows

Seeding Rates and Twin Rows Table 3-28 provides the conversion of seed per foot of row to pounds per acre …

Butyrac 200 Label

Butyrac 200 Label Article first appeared as North Carolina Peanut Note …