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To Plant or Not to Plant?

By: Rachel Vann and David Holshouser Now that the weather has turned hot and dry, and with limited rainfall in …

Thrips Update Peanut Notes No. 60 2019

Thrips Update: May 23, 2019 Rick Brandenburg Extension Entomology Specialist For the most part, growing conditions following peanut planting have been good. …

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