Wet, cool spring is creating many challenges for the landscape. Check out our publications page and give us a call if we can assist you with identifying problems you may be experiencing. It will be time to treat for mole crickets in the yard in June and we may have an exceptionally high number of them present.
The row crop planting is moving along quite well with all commodities ahead of normal planting percentages. Timing of post emergent herbicides will be critical to managing for pigweed with good growing conditions. Call us if you have questions on applications to cotton, peanuts, or soybeans.
The corn crop, both dry land and irrigated, is in excellent condition now. Warmer temperatures has accelerated root growth which is moving nutrients into the plants. Be vigilant on irrigation scheduling to insure that we do not over water the crop, especially under cloudy conditions.
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Bulloch County Extension
Bulloch County Center for Agriculture
151 Langston Chapel Road, Suite 600
Statesboro, GA 30458
(912) 871.6955 fax
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