Monthly Archives: July 2017

Consultant Commentary – Up-to-Date Information from Mississippi’s Crop Professionals

Reporting from East Mississippi, Mitch LeFlore, Eupora 7/27/2017 – Most cotton received rain last week but still a few dry spots. Overall crop looks good; do not know what the heat has affected or done to the crop. Still fighting plant bugs in spots and boll worms are just starting this past week. All PhytoGen […]

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Consultant Commentary – Up-to-Date Information from Mississippi’s Crop Professionals

Reporting from the South Delta, Billy Bryant, Greenwood 7/24/2017 – Soybeans – Most acreage, 5.2 or greener, being treated for bollworm infestation with Intrepid Edge or Prevathon. Both products giving exceptional control. Stink bugs infesting older 5.9 beans and being taken out with Bifenthrin + Acephate. About 30 percent of these are RBSB. Cotton – […]

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Consultant Commentary – Up-to-Date Information from Mississippi’s Crop Professionals

Reporting from the South Delta, Andy Tonos, Greenville 7/20/2017 – Corn is mostly done but irrigating some of the later corn. Soybean weed control is complete except with a few late planted fields. My focus now is on insects and irrigation. Bollworms are in the majority of all young beans and also Redbanded stink bugs […]

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Consultant Commentary – Up-to-Date Information from Mississippi’s Crop Professionals

Reporting from the North Delta, Joe Townsend, Coahoma 7/5/2017 – Cotton – The crop ranges from 8th node (replant) to 15 nodes. We are in our third week of treating for plant bugs. The insecticides are working but there is still migration in. Most all the cotton needed a thrips treatment. Aphids flared in just […]

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Consultant Commentary – Up-to-Date Information from Mississippi’s Crop Professionals

Reporting from the North Delta, Bob Stonestreet, Clarksdale 6/29/2017 – Cotton: crop ranges from 8th node to second week of bloom (only 500 acres of this); plant bugs have been light overall; a few fields bordering grain that have received 2-3 treatments; aphids beginning to build in a few fields; crop looks ok considering all […]

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