In Louisiana, soybean planting practices vary across the state, due in large part to varying environments and cropping systems.
With the abnormally warm winter and spring, cotton planting in Louisiana has gotten off to an early start. In Louisiana, and across most of cotton states, thrip
An in-furrow starter is commonly called a “pop-up” fertilizer, and is applied in the seed furrow (in-furrow).
For some relief, this fact sheet provides information and background on the SoilWeb phone application.
Established to foster cooperation among bee keepers, pesticide applicators and agricultural producers.
As much of the state is just gearing up for harvest of corn, soybeans and grain sorghum, it is time to start preparing for the state’s wheat crop.
Rootless corn has appeared in many fields during the early part of the 2016 growing season in Louisiana. Most are all of the nodal roots are missing in corn th
Cover crops can provide producers a variety of benefits from nutrient cycling and soil cover to nitrogen fixation and pollinator food sources.
As the flood waters recede, many producers have questions about the best way to replenish the lost fertilizer N quickly to avoid yield losses.
The rainfall events that occurred last week have caused tremendous damage to northeast Louisiana farm land due to flooding.
During the past week, corn fields have received in excess of 10-12 inches in the northern corn growing areas of Louisiana.
Selection of the proper inhibitor is potentially the most critical aspect and can be challenging because of the numerous options available.
This spring has brought us cool weather, wet/dry spells, and now potassium deficiencies. We have mainly been hearing about corn and soybean potassium...