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  • How to get rid of powdery mildew on rose?

    By Darren Chan

    Published Sep 20, 2018 

    Rose,so romantic and lovely. It is really a pleasure to plant roses. Today when you come to your beloved rose bushes, you are surprised to find that your lovely roses are covered by a dusting of white powder on buds,stems and leaves... When the disease is mild,the growth of rose would be weakened, the young leaves are distorted and deformed,and the flower posture grows irregular, which affects the growth and loss of ornamental value. When the disease occurs severely, it causes early deciduous leaves of rose, deformity or incomplete opening of flower buds, and consecutive diseases make the branches of rose wither or the whole plant die, seriously affecting its quality and yield...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops

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    Eric Cute United States, Colorado, Burlington

    Interests: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, Beef, Marketing, Agribusiness

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    Times Are Tough but Don't Cut This One Input

    By Fertility And Soils

    Updated Apr 9 

    You hear the same advice all around during times like this: “The farmers who will survive and thrive during tough times are low-cost producers... Farmers are inundated with a number of questionable inputs and, during the toughest of times, it’s not hard to see areas where we can cut rates or cut out products completely... Don’t cut the rates and definitely don’t eliminate this... Times are tough and it’s tempting to cut some inputs to be a low-cost producer. However, I hope you’ll consider that, given the importance of lime, this should be among the last things you cut...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Corn, Cotton

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    Wildflowers as covercrop...work with me here people!

    By William Vourlas

    Published May 11, 2020 

    Hi. My name is Will Vourlas, and I live on hundred feet by hundred fifty feet, most of which is house. I use cover crops on my land, but mostly in the fall and winter, using a mix of bell beans, fava, vetch, oats, peas... So I was asking myself, shall I dig up an old photo or take one that is current?This is my mother's day flower bed. Wildflowers can be cover crop too!wcv...

    Categories: Cover Crops

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    Vegetable And Flower Seed Production

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    Discussions/Information for vegetable seed production. Includes regulatory information for the Pacific Northwest region
    Interest: Vegetables

    Philip Northcutt United States, NV, Pahrump

    Business Title: Sierra Gold Hemp
    Job Title: CEO
    About: Former United States Marine, and current hemp farmer. I am building a vertically integrated, conscious and tech savvy agriculture company capable of carrying hemp products into every home in America.
    Interests: Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness, Industrial Hemp, CBD

    Mark Gutierrez United States, MN, Saint Paul

    Business Title: Minnesota Soil Health Coalition
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, Executive Director
    Interests: Canola, Corn, Cotton, Organic Row Crops, Soybeans, Wheat, Beef, Grass-Fed Livestock, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, NRCS

    Donna Fuller United States, TX, Paige

    Business Title: Fuller Career Coaching
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, Ag Executive Coach/Career Coach/Academic Advisor
    About: I live on a farm and in a barn-dominium. I am a Certified Exec Coach, Career Coach, & Interviewing Specialist. Since 2018, 600+ of my clients have been hired!. I'll teach you everything from cover letter to offer letter. I was also an Academic Advisor for a Jr. College, so if your ag kiddos don't know what they want to be when they grow up, send them to me! Your career success is MY happiness
    Interests: Human Resources

  • Eric Cute United States, Colorado, Burlington

    Interests: Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, Beef, Marketing, Agribusiness

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    Philip Northcutt United States, NV, Pahrump

    Business Title: Sierra Gold Hemp
    Job Title: CEO
    About: Former United States Marine, and current hemp farmer. I am building a vertically integrated, conscious and tech savvy agriculture company capable of carrying hemp products into every home in America.
    Interests: Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Marketing, Agribusiness, Industrial Hemp, CBD

    Mark Gutierrez United States, MN, Saint Paul

    Business Title: Minnesota Soil Health Coalition
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, Executive Director
    Interests: Canola, Corn, Cotton, Organic Row Crops, Soybeans, Wheat, Beef, Grass-Fed Livestock, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, NRCS

    Donna Fuller United States, TX, Paige

    Business Title: Fuller Career Coaching
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, Ag Executive Coach/Career Coach/Academic Advisor
    About: I live on a farm and in a barn-dominium. I am a Certified Exec Coach, Career Coach, & Interviewing Specialist. Since 2018, 600+ of my clients have been hired!. I'll teach you everything from cover letter to offer letter. I was also an Academic Advisor for a Jr. College, so if your ag kiddos don't know what they want to be when they grow up, send them to me! Your career success is MY happiness
    Interests: Human Resources

    Michelle Grainger United States, NC, Benson

    Business Title: NC SweetPotato Commission
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, Exec Dir Commodity Assoc
    Interests: Vegetables, Ag Policy, Marketing, Agribusiness, Organic Row Crops, Precision Agriculture, Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Tobacco, Industrial Hemp

    Dena Leibman United States, MD, Cockeysville

    Business Title: Future Harvest
    Job Title: Farmer, Other Ag Professional, Executive Director of sustainable ag nonprofit
    Interests: Organic Row Crops, Grass-Fed Livestock, Poultry, Specialty Livestock, Soil Health, Sustainable Agriculture, Marketing, Accounting and Bookkeeping, Ag Policy, Farm Management, Repair, Tools, Conservation Easements, Conservation Plans, Cover Crops, NRCS, Hemp, Orchard Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Tree Nuts, Vegetables, Homesteading, Timber

    Silvesta Lodit Ivory Coast, Lagunes, Abidjan

    Business Title: AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AND EXPORTATION
    Job Title: SENIOR EXECUTIVE
    Interests: Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Wheat, Vegetables, Rice, Canola, Sorghum, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture, Organic Row Crops, Irrigation, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness, COCOA

  • Vegetable And Flower Seed Production

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    Discussions/Information for vegetable seed production. Includes regulatory information for the Pacific Northwest region
    Interest: Vegetables

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    Interest: Canola, Cotton, Corn, Organic Row Crops, Peanuts, Rice, Sorghum, Soybeans, Wheat, Beef, Dairy, Feed, Grass-Fed Livestock, Poultry, Specialty Livestock, Swine, Hemp, Orchard Crops, Organic Specialty Crops, Tree Nuts, Vegetables, Fishing, Homesteading, Horses, Hunting, Timber, Tobacco

  • How to get rid of powdery mildew on rose?

    By Darren Chan

    Published Sep 20, 2018 

    Rose,so romantic and lovely. It is really a pleasure to plant roses. Today when you come to your beloved rose bushes, you are surprised to find that your lovely roses are covered by a dusting of white powder on buds,stems and leaves... When the disease is mild,the growth of rose would be weakened, the young leaves are distorted and deformed,and the flower posture grows irregular, which affects the growth and loss of ornamental value. When the disease occurs severely, it causes early deciduous leaves of rose, deformity or incomplete opening of flower buds, and consecutive diseases make the branches of rose wither or the whole plant die, seriously affecting its quality and yield...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops

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    Times Are Tough but Don't Cut This One Input

    By Fertility And Soils

    Updated Apr 9 

    You hear the same advice all around during times like this: “The farmers who will survive and thrive during tough times are low-cost producers... Farmers are inundated with a number of questionable inputs and, during the toughest of times, it’s not hard to see areas where we can cut rates or cut out products completely... Don’t cut the rates and definitely don’t eliminate this... Times are tough and it’s tempting to cut some inputs to be a low-cost producer. However, I hope you’ll consider that, given the importance of lime, this should be among the last things you cut...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Corn, Cotton

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    Wildflowers as covercrop...work with me here people!

    By William Vourlas

    Published May 11, 2020 

    Hi. My name is Will Vourlas, and I live on hundred feet by hundred fifty feet, most of which is house. I use cover crops on my land, but mostly in the fall and winter, using a mix of bell beans, fava, vetch, oats, peas... So I was asking myself, shall I dig up an old photo or take one that is current?This is my mother's day flower bed. Wildflowers can be cover crop too!wcv...

    Categories: Cover Crops

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    Top 4 ways to stimulate root growth

    By Darren Chan

    Published Sep 3, 2019 

    Importance of healthy rootsFirst, they anchor the plant in place, resisting the forces of wind and running water or mudflow. Secondly, the root system takes in oxygen, water and nutrients from the soil, to move them up through the plant to the stems, leaves, and blooms. where they can interact with sunlight to produce sugars and energy for the plant... And promotes root growth, flowering, and fruit set... They also widely used in stimulating root germination in cutting propagation...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Dairy, Organic Row Crops

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    Best way to control powdery mildew on grape plant

    By Darren Chan

    Published Oct 22, 2018 

    If you grow grapes,you may reaching to see a white powdery substance on the grape leaves. It’s the grape powdery mildew... Prune grapevines once hard frosts are over, cutting away all canes except one or two young, unfruited canes eight to ten buds long on either side of the grape trunk... More info… ApplicationFungicide applications to manage powdery mildew ought to begin before flowering and continue while conditions for infection are favorable. Spray a protectant when flower buds are full and close to burst, wetting all plant surfaces however not saturating them, which causes the antifungal agent to drip off...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Canola, Organic Row Crops

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    Weed Control in Organic Soybean Farms

    By Vijayalaxmi Kinhal

    Updated Oct 24, 2020 

    Experts all agree that there is no silver bullet to control weeds in the organic cultivation of soybeans... For example, common lambsquarters (Chenopodium album), sunflower (Helianthus annuus), and yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus) can reduce the germination of soybeans by 40-90%... Cultivars that emerge quickly, and have a fast-early development, will achieve canopy closure sooner and minimize weed establishment by cutting light penetration... After the cover crops are cut, the mulch continues weed control while soybean is growing... Care should be taken to cut or suppress them before seed-set, to prevent them from becoming weeds...

    Categories: Crop Protection, Soybeans, Organic Row Crops

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    4 Steps to Building Soil Organic Matter in the South

    By Laura Barrera

    Published Jul 18, 2018 

    As we learn more about what goes on in the world beneath our feet, increased attention has been placed on soil organic matter. And for good reason. While it only makes up a small percentage of most soils, the Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE) says it’s the “very foundation for healthy and productive soils” — and the more organic matter there is, the better the results... In November 2013, he began working with five farmers (on five fields, 13 management units, making up around 50 acres in three counties) on the coastal plain of South Carolina, to increase their soil organic nitrogen with cover crops in order to cut back on their nitrogen fertilizer needs... He knows one farmer who decided to grow a mix of sorghum sudangrass, sunn hemp, daikon radish, sunflower and cowpeas right after his corn crop, before planting winter wheat...

    Categories: Cover Crops

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    7 Common Plant Diseases: How to Identify & Treat Them

    By Darren Chan

    Published Apr 21, 2020 

    For home gardeners, nothing is more frustrating than seeing their work destroyed by pests and diseases... It often harms the flowers and trees of the leaves, stems and flower stalks and other parts, the surface of a layer of white powder, serious disease when the leaf wilt... In the actual disease control process, it is difficult to take effective measures to completely cut off the source of infection; In the case of pathogen invasion, it is difficult to completely eliminate the pathogen, such as drug spraying, it is difficult to solve the air and dew pathogens, And alone fume shed, cannot focus on the disease leaves, disease fruit and other diseases on the body or internal pathogens... Want to avoid the page to spray water additionally, cut off disease leaf in time, when large area suffers, can use streptomycin to undertake prevention and cure... Prevention is mainly to improve the environment, ventilation, transparent, cooling, and timely cut off, burned disease leaves, prevention, and cure the infection...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Dairy

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    Pencil Out Fungicide Profitability

    By Amanda Allworth

    Published Jun 20, 2018 

    Will it pay to apply a fungicide? That’s the million-dollar question for farmers looking to boost production on a limited budget. The honest answer is, it depends. At a time when every input dollar matters, here are some tips to help maximize your profitability on fungicide applications... For soybeans, waiting until the beginning of flower to the beginning of pod formation (R1 to R3) will give you the best return on investment based on university and seed company data... But, just throwing any fungicide in the tank and spraying it on a field won’t cut it...

    Categories: Agribusiness, Corn

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    Is Your Farm a Hobby or a Business for IRS Tax Purposes?

    By Tyler Davis

    Updated May 13, 2020 

    Many taxpayers are surprised to find out that the IRS taxes hobby income. We all have hobbies. Yours might be painting, making unique juices, or growing flowers. Hobbies are an activity, or “side hustle” that is done mostly for pleasure rather than to profit... Unfortunately for taxpayers, deductions for hobby expenses are disallowed as part of the changes in the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017...

    Categories: Ag Policy, Agribusiness

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  • Posted By Vegetable Production
    May 28, 2018 

    http://www.canr.msu.edu/news/production-of-cut-flowers-and-vegetables-in-high-tunnels

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    Posted By Pee Dee Crop Producer Reports
    Dec 31, 2016 

    "This is cutleaf evening primrose. This is a low growing weed that we see a lot in our winter crops. Later in the spring it can start growing upright as it begins to flower. . . . "
    https://peedeeagnews.wordpress.com/2016/12/19/question-of-the-week-primrose/
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    Posted By Paul Butenhoff
    May 5 

    May 5, 2021
    Minnesota can be a model for other states in the fight against invasives weeds. That's the message of a newly published article highlighting the successful work against Palmer amaranth in Minnesota. The article "Timeline of Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) invasion and eradication in Minnesota" is being included in Weed Technology, a publication of the Weed Science Society of America.
    Palmer amaranth is listed as a noxious weed in Minnesota and was first discovered in the state in 2016.
    Left uncontrolled, a single female Palmer amaranth plant typically produces 100,000 to 500,000 seeds. It is resistant to multiple herbicides, can cause substantial yield losses, and greatly increase weed management costs in soybeans and corn.
    The article highlights the work of the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, University of Minnesota Extension, farmers, and other partners to identify the weed in fields, determine how it got to Minnesota, and implement strategies to eliminate infestations. To date, Palmer amaranth has been found in nine counties around the state; however, most of the sites have been successfully eradicated and the remaining are being closely monitored. Details of previous finds can be found on the MDA website.
    "Although our work with Palmer amaranth is far from completed, what we have accomplished has been critical to protecting Minnesota's ag economy from this serious threat," said Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Thom Petersen. "We believe this collaborative effort to fighting invasives can work in many settings."
    "Education has played a key role in limiting the spread of this weed. We're committed to research and continuing our work with farmers and other partners across the state to protect crops from the threat of invasive species," said Extension Dean Bev Durgan, who is also a weed scientist.
    There are several keys to successful eradication of the invasive weed according to the article. First, a robust state noxious weed program, like the MDA's, is critical, and it needs appropriate funding and an independent advisory committee. Second, support is needed from the legislative and executive branches and commodity groups and farmers. Finally, continued success is more likely if surrounding states are collaborating on eradication.
    Along with its designation as a noxious weed, which requires all above and below ground parts of the Palmer amaranth plant destroyed and not moved, it is also listed as a prohibited weed seed in the state. This means seeds of the weed are not allowed in any seed offered for sale in Minnesota.
    Find photos and more information on Palmer amaranth here.
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    Media Contacts
    Margaret Hart, Minnesota Department of Agriculture
    651-201-6131 or 651-592-6908
    Margaret.Hart@state.mn.us
    Allison Sandve, University of Minnesota Extension
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    Posted By Ramu Thampalayagowder
    Apr 13, 2020 

    Flowering phenology ( Reproductive physiology ) of Drumstick

    FLOWERING IN MORINGA OLEIFERA

    Interaction between many factors like genetic , environment , physiological , nutritional , hormonal and cultural practices determine earliness and abundance of flowers & yield of pods in Moringa oleifera

    1.Genetic - ODC cultivar originated in Tamil Nadu acquired genes responsible for earliness of flowers in about 6-8 months from sowing seeds .

    2.Environment - warm temperature between 28 -40 degree Celsius

    3.Physiological - The photosynthate produced in leaves are translocated in sufficient quantity to sink where flower bud is formed ( Axil ) .Pruning allows more branches and more photosynthesis .

    4.Nutrient - Nitrogen is needed in early stage of growth to produce a good canopy spread .Potassium nitrate is found to induce flowering in Moringa .

    5.Hormones - Indole Acetic acid ( IAA) produced naturally in plants and cytokinin like substances vis a vis inhibition of Gibberellin hormone in plant causes hormonal imbalance that is responsible of flower induction

    6.Cultural - Weed free cultivation , use of black mulching sheet ( reduce nitrogen loss and increase soil temperature by 1-2 degree Celsius ) , pre flowering stress for 15 days , spray of panchagavya rich in amino acids , hormones @3 % conc./ Spray of uniconozole .

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    Posted By Ramu Thampalayagowder
    Apr 10, 2020 

    FLOWERING IN MORINGA OLEIFERA

    Interaction between many factors like genetic , environment , physiological , nutritional , hormonal and cultural practices determine earliness and abundance of flowers & yield of pods in Moringa oleifera 
    1.Genetic - ODC cultivar originated in Tamil Nadu  acquired genes responsible for earliness of flowers in about 6-8 months from sowing seeds .
    2.Environment - warm temperature between 28 -40 degree Celsius 
    3.Physiological - The photosynthate produced in leaves are translocated in sufficient quantity to sink where flower bud is formed ( Axil ) .Pruning allows more branches and more photosynthesis  .
    4.Nutrient - Nitrogen is needed in early stage of growth to produce a good canopy spread .Potassium nitrate is found to induce flowering in Moringa .
    5.Hormones -  Indole Acetic acid ( IAA) produced naturally in plants and cytokinin like substances vis a vis inhibition of Gibberellin hormone in plant causes hormonal imbalance that is responsible of flower induction 
    6.Cultural - Weed free cultivation , use of black mulching sheet ( reduce nitrogen loss and increase soil temperature by 1-2  degree Celsius ) , pre flowering stress for 15 days , spray of panchagavya rich in amino acids , hormones @3 % conc./ Spray of uniconozole .
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    Bioenergy from boreal forests: Swedish approach to sustainable wood use

    As this report highlights, wood energy potential could be further enhanced by collecting a larger share of logging residues. Just over half of Swedish forest fellings come in the form of roundwood from tree trunks, which are harvested for lumber, other wood products, pulp and paper. While processing residues are already converted to bioenergy, felling residues – such as tree stumps and “slash” from branches and small trees – could also provide a sustainable bioenergy source.

    Illustration Photo: Cutting woods from the Swedish forests (credits: Mr Thinktank / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0))

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    Posted By Fertility And Soils
    Updated Apr 9 

    https://agfuse.com/article/times-are-tough-but-don-039-t-cut-this-one-input
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    Posted By Michelle Grainger
    Aug 12, 2020 

    I have begun a new chapter and could not be more honored to have been selected as the next Executive Director for the NC SweetPotato Commission. Here's to all things #SweetPotatoes and #Agriculture! #FarmerStrong

    https://bit.ly/31LNMRC

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    Posted By Fertility And Soils
    Jun 22, 2020 

    Upcoming Zoom meeting with @Monica Pape : "On June 27th, 7 pm-8:15 est, I'll be sharing some key insights on how to maximize flower production using a simple but effective strategy for the use of amendments and fertilizers. I'll also touch on some valuable insights specific to dahlia production." 

    https://www.facebook.com/theaccidentalagronomist/photos/a.999090713486081/3158369840891480/
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    Posted By Hydro Hose
    Apr 13 

    I am growing most of these in my home garden....Using one of our heavy duty garden hoses that I know will last season after season.

    https://cnaonlinenews.com/20-cut-and-come-again-vegetables-to-give-you-free-food/2/

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