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Soybean Varietal Sensitivity Seen Following Saflufenacil Applications

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Soybean varieties have different levels of tolerance or sensitivity to saflufenacil. For several years, research has monitored the responses of different Soybean varieties to saflufenacil. Extension specialists hop…

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Farmers and Drivers: Safety During Harvest Season

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – For farmers in Alabama, fall is one of the busiest times of the year. They are working around the clock to harvest and transport the crops they worked hard to grow. During this time, farmers use many different pi…

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Alabama Producers Harvest Crops Despite Widespread Drought

…), 96 percent of the corn planted in Alabama has been harvested. Harvest of other crops—including cotton, peanuts and soybeans—is still underway.
Cotton
Alabama Extension cotton agronomist, Steve Brown, said though the weather is prov…

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Alabama Extension Focused on Quality and Value

… a few samples of Return on Investment for specific Extension programs.

Farmers involved in season-long cotton and soybean insect IPM efforts reported an average economic benefit of $19.74 per acre across a total of 145,111 acres resul…

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Market Facilitation Program Registration Now Open

…stard seed
oats
peanuts
rapeseed
rye
safflower
sesame seed
small and large chickpeas
sorghum
soybeans
sunflower seed
temperate japonica rice
triticale
upland cotton
wheat

MFP assistance for those…

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Alabama Prospective Planting Numbers Released

…estimated at 170,000 acres. Winter wheat planted is estimated at 170,000 acres, up six percent from last year. Intended soybean acreage is down to 280,000—a large 19 percent decrease from 2018.

Runge said the biggest surprise in the re…

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Crop and Pastureland Recovery After a Flood

…pulations may be significantly reduced under flooding conditions, so it is important to inoculate legume crops, such as soybean, following a prolonged flood event. Cover crops can be used to prevent further erosion if cash crops are not goi…

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Hurricane Deals Heavy Blow to Alabama Agriculture

…00 cotton acres reaches almost $108 million. Peanut losses are more than $11 million, while combined losses to corn and soybeans total more than $1.7 million.

While farmers did not suffer high livestock deaths, their operations sustained…

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Crop Insurance Not a Guaranteed Payout for Farmers

…ing weeks.

“USDA NASS’s October crop production report estimated Alabama should have statewide records for corn, soybean and cotton crops in 2018,” he said. “Cotton producers were looking for a great year with an estimated yield …

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Burndown Herbicides Affected by Low Temperatures

…cers during burndown.

During March and April, producers normally apply burndown herbicides to prepare to plant corn, soybeans and cotton.

Dr. Joyce Tredaway, an Alabama Extension weed specialist, said this is not new for Alabama produ…

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