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.
MSU entomologists Angus Catchot, Don Cook, and Jeff Gore sit down with Bobby Golden to discuss the latest insect updates in cotton and soybeans.
Jason Bond and Tom Allen visit with Ben Lawrence about his new role as Cropping Systems Agronomist at DREC in Stoneville.
Mid-season diseases of corn and soybean are discussed by Tom Allen, Extension and research plant pathologist. Special reference to southern rust of corn.
Angus Catchot, Jeff Gore, Don Cook, and Whitney Crow share updates on cotton insect pests issues in Mississippi.
In the wake of Hurricane Barry, Dr. Erick Larson, MSU Extension – State Corn Specialist and Mr. Nolan Stapleton, MSU Extension Associate – Corn Verification Program give a late season corn update and discuss scouting priorities.
In this episode, spider mite management and rainfastness of insecticides are discussed.
Bobby Golden and Tom Allen disucuss disease identification and fungicide use in MS rice.
Angus Catchot, Jeff Gore, Don Cook discuss current situation with early-mid season insect pests issues in Mississippi row crops.
Extension sweet potato specialist Stephen Meyers discusses considerations for layby fertilizer, weed control, and insect control.
MSU Sweet potato Extension specialist, Dr. Stephen Meyers reflects on the career of Jeff Main, research associate at the MSU-Pontotoc Branch Experiment Station, after more than two decades of service.