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It has been almost a full year since the blog and podcast launched, and I am continually amazed by the work of all the young... [Read More]
The Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) at the NC State University Libraries is excited to offer the second annual Tom Regan Visiting Research Fellowship. The... [Read More]
Results in Table 12 show yield of Georgia 06G in the V-C region relative to other breeding lines and the Virginia market type check variety... [Read More]
image by Kathleen Moore We can enhance natural features in our yards to create wildlife-friendly habitats. Such habitats should include the four major resources that... [Read More]
Maintaining pH between 5.8 and 6.2 across fields is important. This minimizes aluminum toxicity on coastal plain soils in North Carolina. Soil pH in this... [Read More]
Paraquat is an important herbicide for weed control in peanut as a preplant burndown and application prior to peanut emergence and during the first 28... [Read More]
Runner market types can be grown successfully in North Carolina. Depending on the buyer, high oleic varieties or varieties with "normal" fatty acid profiles are... [Read More]
The following presentation was made at the recent South Carolina state peanut meeting in January. Peanut Grower Meeting 2020 South Carolina 1-9 Peanut Grower Meeting... [Read More]
I made the following 30 minutes presentation in CS 462 (Soil-Crop Management Systems) as an example of how to discuss the essential elements of producing... [Read More]
Please contact your local NC Extension agent if you produced over 5,000 pounds per acre on all of your production and would be interested in... [Read More]
As we move toward plantings in 2020, remembering some of the basics is important. With farmers having more acres to manage, taking care of details... [Read More]
Research Technician Jonathan Moore weighing hemp in Johnston County NC. North Carolina Hemp Strain Testing Results are finally here! Hemp strains were tested in four... [Read More]
Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteers in Wilson County Show Us How The patio features the Fibonacci spiral. Extension Master Gardener volunteers at the Wilson Botanical Gardens have... [Read More]
Dr. Mike Walden, William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor and Extension Economist, North Carolina State University, suggests that 2020 will be a year of continued growth,... [Read More]
Register now for "Art United: In These Bodies," a generative zine-making workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. in the Hill Library Fishbowl Forum.... [Read More]
February 13th, 2020- Greetings, and welcome to the first 2020 edition of From the Field – Agronomy Notes! This newsletter is being released at the... [Read More]
Dear all, it is not much of a surprise anymore, but this season is very early. While Sir Walter Wally predicted several more weeks of winter,... [Read More]
Late season ginseng plant growing in the woods. The long awaited Pisgah-Nantahala Forest Plan Revision proposal is available for your review. I know this is... [Read More]
Fun, 6-Week, Online, Asynchronous, Non-credit Courses for Gardeners. Learn to describe and identify plants widely used throughout the world. NC State University, Department of Horticultural... [Read More]
This article was contributed by Deborah Johnson from a 2018 event at the Sampson County Cooperative Extension office. Deborah rolled off the State Advisory Council,... [Read More]
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