Category Archives: Weeds

2014 University of Tennessee XtendFlex™ Cotton Variety Trials

Author: Tyson Raper, Cotton & Small Grains Specialist No Comments

Tyson Raper and Larry Steckel

During the 2014 growing season, the University of Tennessee Cotton Variety Testing program was given an opportunity to evaluate several of the new Monsanto Bollgard II® XtendFlex™ cotton varieties. Given the recent de-regulation of this trait, many may find this data of interest. (De-regulation of dicamba applications to these varieties is still pending.) Continue reading

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Private Applicator Certification Deadline Approaching

Author: Scott Stewart, IPM Extension Specialist Comments Off

One of our County Agents, Walter Battle, had the good idea of asking me to post this information.

Producers as the 2014 harvest continues, be mindful that on October 21st, Tennessee Department of Agriculture Private Applicator Certifications will expire. With that in mind, many University of Tennessee Extension offices are providing re-certification trainings. Call or check with your Continue reading

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Cotton Yield Monitoring with the Case-IH and Deere Pickers

Author: Tyson Raper, Cotton & Small Grains Specialist 1 Comment

focus on cottonDr. Mike Buschermohle and Lori Duncan with the University of Tennessee have just released a new Focus On Cotton webinar covering the topic of cotton yield monitoring from the Deere platform.  This timely, very informative release was accompanied by another webinar by Dr. Pedro Andradé-Sanchez  with the University of Arizona covering cotton yield monitoring from the Case-IH platform (links below).  As we inch closer to this harvest season I would encourage you to visit the Focus on Cotton website and watch these videos.  Continue reading

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Aerial Sowing Cover Crops for Weed Control

Author: Larry Steckel, Extension Weed Specialist 2 Comments

Aerial sowing cover crop questions have been numerous this month.  Indeed the wet month of August does greatly increase the probability that aerial seeding will be successful as we enter September.  This was the case last year where aerial seeding cover crop into standing crops in September was quite successful for many.  Continue reading

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