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Delays in Spraying After Mixing

Question: Good evening, was there or is there any data that is available that talks about how much a pesticide …

Delays in Spraying Cotton

Performance of Cotton Agrochemicals when Spray Solution Application is Delayed. Peter M. Eure, David L. Jordan*, Jack S. Bacheler, Alan …

Delays in Spraying Peanut

Evaluation of Peanut Agrochemical Efficacy in Situations where Spray Solution Application is Delayed. P.M. Eure, D.L. Jordan*, L.R. Fisher, and …

Delays in Spraying Weed Control

Efficacy of Herbicides When Spray Solution Application Is Delayed. Peter M. Eure, David L. Jordan, Loren R. Fisher, and Alan C. York Published in …

Disease Management Now

Important Note: No further applications of leaf spot fungicides will be needed for growers who plan to dig in the …

Confusing Terminology

Question: Why would you do a salvage spray? Also, is there anything that should/can be done for peanuts dug last …

Defoliation and Digging

I had a question on the phone about peanut defoliation and digging. Generally, it takes 30 to 40% defoliation …

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Drought Images

Question: What happened to this spot of peanuts? Looks like Zn toxicity but… It didn’t show up when we planted …

Managing Worms in Peanuts

Tommy Corbett: We sprayed one field yesterday with 2oz/acre of karate z. Today there are still many live worms hardly …

stem rot

Disease Note From Barbara Shew

Mid-Season Peanut Disease Control and Disease Advisories At least one fungicide application for leaf spot has been made to most …

Boron and Manganese Timing

Question: I wanted to get your input for recommendations to our growers on boron and manganese applications. Some growers will …

Flower in the peanut canopy on July 9.

JLA Report for v-C Region July 10

The peanut crop in the V-C region is variable in growth and development due primarily to rainfall distribution. It …

Using the Leaf Spot Advisory

Using the North Carolina leaf spot advisory Barbara Shew, Department of Plant Pathology, NC State University The North Carolina peanut leaf …

Few More Issues

Suggest not spraying any more acephate and not spraying any more paraquat at this point. For all herbicides, suggest …

Mixing Question

Question: …mixing Ultra Blazer, Basagran, and Poast for an at layby application? I’ve got a guy “set on it”… Answer: This is …

peanut plants recovering from early season thrips injury

JLA Report - 6-11-16

Planting of the peanut crop in the V-C region is complete and the vast majority of fields have adequate …

Extension Agent Session

Hi everyone. Thanks for coming to the session yesterday and for taking the weed recommendation portion seriously. We received …

Herbicide Rates

I have received several questions about rates of residual herbicides at planting and once peanuts emerge. There are a …

Valor injury

Valor SX Question

Question: I want to spray valor sx and dual magnum on peanuts this morning. Is there any problem with the …

Question About Quick Sol

Question: Quick question for you, do you have an opinion on Quick Sol? Roy Robertson is sending out these e-reports, …

Data on Salvage Spray Programs

Defoliation at digging (percent) Pod yield (pounds per acre) Year No salvage Salvage No salvage Salvage 2005 45 27* 2610 2390 2006 41 38* 3330 2880* 2008 37 44 4270 4380 2010 34 21* 2570 2660 2011 31 20 3880 5030* 2012 30 22 4440 4510 Salvage spray was Headline (6 oz/acre) plus chlorothalonil (16 oz/acre) …

Burndown Question

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

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Thrips Control

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

peanut profile

Peanut Maturity Under Irrigation

Mitch sent me the following image from peanuts in Pitt County (Bailey) under irrigation. These peanuts are only a …

Foliar Burn

There have been a number of questions about compatibility of Apogee with other agrochemicals. Over the years we have …

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Apogee Use in Peanut 2012

Apogee Quite a few people are expressing internet in applying Apogee. They will have difficulty getting product but if they …

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Peanut Planting

The V-C crop has gotten off to a relatively poor and slow start. Wet conditions in some areas have …

In-Furrow Products

I know you will get some questions about adding products to in-furrow sprays. Outside of liquid or granular inoculant, …

At Planting Insecticide Decisions

Early Season Insect Control in Peanut in 2012: Making Sense of Your At-Plant Insecticide Options R. L. Brandenburg, D. …

Orthene in-Furrow

Content for this item is only available as a PDF document. Click here to view. Article first appeared as North …

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Disease Management After Irene

Disease control following Hurricane Irene Barbara Shew, Extension Specialist Department of Plant Pathology, NCSU Aug. 31, 2011 Sclerotinia blight Heavy rain from Irene, wet …

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Crop Damage From Irene

I just made a quick trip from Rocky Mount to Lewiston through Aulander, Murfreesboro, Scotland Neck and back to …

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Crop Maturity

Most people will probably get enough rain with this storm to push the crop along. One question that has …

Diseases and Irene

Comments from Barbara on disease management with Irene possibly hitting North Carolina Most locations around the state have experienced very typical …

Insect Management

Worms and Mites Revisited D. Ames Herbert, Jr. and Rick L. Brandenburg The next two weeks should be key weeks if …

Maximizing Yield

There are some questions about maximizing peanut yields given the high peanut price. Hopefully everyone will have better than …

Disease Updates and Links to Photos

The photos Barbara has are excellent! From Barbara Shew Most growers should have applied the first leaf spot spray in early-mid …

It’s Spider Mite Time!

The heat and dry weather has certainly put us is a dangerous position regarding spider mites. This is always …

Agrochemical Compatibility

Lots of questions about mixing agrochemicals. I have been preparing a summary for the APRES meeting on a student’s …

Insecticide Updates

From Brandenburg: In recent weeks the number of plants showing symptoms of tomato spotted wilt virus has increased significantly. Remember …

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Foliar Disease Control Programs

Time for peanut disease control Barbara Shew Now is the time for peanut growers to begin foliar disease control programs. The …

Early Season Pest Management

Notes for early season issues you may be dealing with: We are getting some reports that peanuts treated with acephate …

Aldicarb EPA Notice (PNNC-2011-009)

This document, Docket Identification Number: EPA-HQ-OPP-2010-1021, is the Response to the EPA Federal Register Notice (FR Vol. 76, No. 61, Pg. …