Mississippi Crop Situation
The Mississippi Crop Situation podcast is provided by Mississippi State University Extension Service specialists responsible for agricultural row crops.
Our goal is to provide Mississippi agricultural producers, consultants, and industry with up-to-date, timely, science-based information you can use to help maintain profitability.
Bobby and Jason sit down with Jeff to discuss insect management in rice and what to look for moving forward into the year
Bobby and Jason sit down with Jeff and Angus to discuss how this year’s consistent wet weather influences Herbicide and insecticide efficacy.
Bobby sits down with the entomology team (Angus, Jeff, Don, and Whitney)to discuss the impending bollworm flight, what to look for and how to move forward.
Join us on the Mississippi Crop Situation Podcast, as Drs. Bobby Golden, Jason Bond, and Tom Allen broach the subject of late-season corn diseases.
Dr. Erick Larson and Corn Verification Program assistant Mr. Nolan Stapleton discuss corn development through the mid-reproductive stages and give management and scouting recommendations for Mississippi’s corn crop.
Dr. Erick Larson and Corn Verification Program assistant Mr. Nolan Stapleton discuss why the tassel stage is important, management tips, and give an overview of Mississippi’s 2020 corn crop.
Bobby and Jason introduce Drew Gholson Extension Irrigation Specialist to the Podcast and get his thoughts on irrigation techniques and soil moisture sensors.
Join us on the Mississippi Crop Situation Podcast, as Drs. Bobby Golden, Jason Bond, and Ben Lawrence discuss weed control options for rice following a flood.
Bobby Golden, Ben Lawrence, and Jason Bond discuss postemergence weed control in soybean and cotton.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted multiple aspects of agriculture and created challenges for producers. This special edition of the Mississippi Crop Situation podcast is in response to USDA's recent announcement of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program. Extension Economists Dr. Josh Maples, Dr. Will Maples, and Dr. Rachael Carter, who will be discussing the CFAP program, what commodities it will provide with assistance, and how producers can apply for the program.