Category Archives: Other Crops

REMINDER: Cotton Focus THIS THURSDAY, Feb 8th @ First United Methodist Church in Downtown Jackson

Author: Tyson Raper, Cotton & Small Grains Specialist Comments Off on REMINDER: Cotton Focus THIS THURSDAY, Feb 8th @ First United Methodist Church in Downtown Jackson

The 2018 Cotton Focus will be held at the First United Methodist Church (200 S. Church St, Jackson, TN 38301) this Thursday, Feb. 8th beginning at 8 AM and concluding with lunch. Pesticide recertification points and CCA/CEUs will be offered.  A dicamba training will be offered after lunch.  Parking information and detailed agenda information is included below: Continue reading

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TAPA (Tennessee Agricultural Production Association), Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018

Author: Scott Stewart, IPM Extension Specialist Comments Off on TAPA (Tennessee Agricultural Production Association), Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018

The Tennessee Agricultural Production Association is having its Winter Agronomic Workshop on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at the Doubletree Hotel in Jackson, Tennessee. Registration will open at 7:00 a.m., with presentations kicking off at 8:00 a.m. Lunch will be provided. To review the day’s agenda, please click here: Meeting Agenda

The last day to pre-register is January 31. If you prefer, you can register at the door Continue reading

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UT Extension County Meeting Schedule, January/February

Author: Tyson Raper, Cotton & Small Grains Specialist Comments Off on UT Extension County Meeting Schedule, January/February

In addition to the East, Middle and West TN Grain Conferences and the Cotton Focus event, UT Extension is hosting a series of meetings to be held throughout the state to prepare growers for the upcoming season. These meetings will focus on variety selection, insect and plant disease management, weed management, and other current crop production topics.

Below is a list of the production meetings to be held in January and February. Please contact your local UT Extension office for more details on time and location. Continue reading

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2017 MidSouth Cotton Defoliation Guide

Author: Tyson Raper, Cotton & Small Grains Specialist Comments Off on 2017 MidSouth Cotton Defoliation Guide

The Mid-South’s cotton crop is rapidly maturing and many of our acres will receive a harvest aid application soon after Hurricane Irma moves through the area.  There are many factors to consider in determining timing, products and rates.   In an effort to outline these decisions and provide harvest aid recommendations for the Mid-South, the 2017 Mid-South Cotton Defoliation Guide has just been updated by the MidSouth Cotton Specialists’ Working Group and is now available online.   To access the guide, click the image above or the included link.  Please keep in mind that this was compiled as a regional guide and should be used in conjunction with your previous experiences.

 

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2017 Middle TN Grain Conference

Author: Scott Stewart, IPM Extension Specialist Comments Off on 2017 Middle TN Grain Conference

The twelfth annual Middle Tennessee Grain Conference set for Thursday, January 26 at Coffee County’s Fairgrounds in Manchester offers farmers insight to a number of emerging corn, soybean, and wheat production concerns. The conference is scheduled to get underway with registration beginning at 7:30 am. Registration is $20 at the door or $10 if participants pre-registering by Noon, Monday, January 23 through their local UT Extension office. Registration fees include the program and materials, refreshments, lunch, a copy of the conference proceedings, and a grain conference cap.   View Program

 

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Fall Seeding Info for Canola

Author: Angela McClure, Extension Corn and Soybean Specialist Comments Off on Fall Seeding Info for Canola

With the arrival of September, preparations are being made to plant cover crops and winter canola. The success of obtaining a stand in a fall planted crop will depend on timely planting as well as receiving adequate rain for emergence. Continue reading

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