13 Fall Ag Newsletter
Special Fall Planting Guides in this issue: 13 Florida Cool Season Annual Variety Planting Guide and the 13 Wheat Production Guide
Additional articles in this issue: September Weather Summary, FDACS Precision Ag Cost Share Fund Program, Upcoming Events, and Jokes from the “Bull Pen”
13 Summer Ag News
Articles in this issue: Saturated Soils from July Rains Causing Major Problems for Farmers & Ranchers, New 4-H and Agronomy IPM Extension Agents serving Jackson County, FDACS Best Management Practices Update, Electronic Weekly e-Newsletter, Upcoming Events,Blood Sample Pregnancy Testing for Cattle, SE Cattle Advisor provides Information for Cattle Producers, Bermudagrass Stem Maggot ID and Management, Cotton Leaf Spot Diseases, Peanut Fungicide Considerations, Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus in more Prevalent this Year, and Jokes from the “Bull Pen.”
12 Winter Ag News
Articles in this issue: management changes make small grains worth reconsidering, local market and weather summary, nominate Jackson School District for Monsanto Grant, upcoming educational program and events, bermudagrass stem maggot: a new pest in North Florida, UGA cotton variety test summary, UGA peanut variety test summary, and jokes from the Bull Pen.
11 Fall Ag News
Articles in this issue: what is a round bale of hay worth, Florida Market Maker Internet directory of farms, upcoming educational program and events, local market & weather summary, 2011 FSA acreage report for Jackson County, square shed in cotton, white mold the new #1 peanut disease, calcium on peanuts, peanut hay versus fertilizer value, the value of necropsies for cattle management, winter pasture planting decisions, smutgrass control in pastures, and jokes from the bull pen.
11 Spring Ag News
Articles in this issue: Dealing with drought, market summary, thrips in cotton, drought effects on cotton herbicides, non-irrigated or dryland peanut production, reducing deer damage to peanuts, Florida bull test nominations, what is a freemartin, protecting calves from respiratory diseases, perennial grass variety test summary, and jokes from the bull pen.