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Posts related to 2014 Peanut Notes and Insecticide (13)

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 …

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 …

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 …

Paraquat and Valor SX

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

Peanut Grower Short Column

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

Early Season Weed Control

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

Insecticide Update

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

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 …