The recent rains and cool weather has many producers wanting to get in the fields. But according to a story from Tyron Spearman, a Peanut Agronomist is encouraging producers not to rush planting.
It’s peanut planting time for many growers across the Southeast, and Tyron Spearman looks at some of the recommendations being made by extension specialists for the 2020 crop.
With peanut planting already underway in some areas, Tyron Spearman provides a few tips concerning things growers need to keep in mind this time of the year.
USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey has an update on the cotton crop. And Rippey has a look at the peanut crops.
Due to the dry conditions, Tyron Spearman reports peanut planting in some areas of the Southeast has slowed, or put on hold for the time being. Rodney Dawson and his brothers John and Gary have a big job to do planting 1600 acres to peanuts this year. With the use of a 38 foot, 16 row planter and a bulk …
While dry conditions continue, peanut planting in Alabama, Florida and Georgia is running ahead of the average. Tyron Spearman has the latest numbers.
Planting progress continues across the Southeast, but as Tyron Spearman reports, dry conditions are hampering peanut planting in many areas of the Southeast.
Progress continues with both cotton and peanut planting across the region. Brad Rippey, U.S. Department of Agriculture meteorologist, has the latest progress reports, first for cotton: Rippey updates the progress report for peanut planting:
Tyron Spearman has an update on where peanut planting stands of as this past week.
U.S. Department of Agriculture meteorologist Brad Rippey says the nationwide numbers of cotton planting progress are mixed this week. But Rippey notes good peanut planting progress.