What’s ahead for insects in 2018? Dec 05, 2017 Entomologists offer insight into what growers may be facing, which pests may dominate and suggestions on handling them in 2018. Joe Jenkins: Helping farmers be stewards of soil Mar 16, 2017 Jenkins Precision Ag Service has provided fertility services, including soil sampling, tissue analysis, and fertilizer recommendations, for 30 years. Cotton ginners help keep Mississippi River strong Mar 15, 2017 R.D. James, A.C. Riley Cotton Company, New Madrid, Mo., and Sam Angel, Epstein Gin Company, Lake Village, Ark., are long-time members of the Mississippi River Commission. 2017 MACA scholarships awarded Mar 10, 2017 Mississippi Agricultural Consultants Association awarded its 2017 scholarships to Mississippi State University students Whitney Crow and Shane Carver. New cotton varieties, new fertility levels? Feb 06, 2017 Should cotton farmers increase fertility to help newer varieties achieve their yield potential? Clamp down on nematodes in cotton Dec 31, 2016 Root-knot and reniform nematodes are causing more problems in Mid-South cotton. Several university plant pathologists explain how growers can minimize yield loss from these parasitic pests. The 2017 Corn Insect Outlook Dec 13, 2016 Here are key preplant decisions to help determine grower success with their corn crop. Soybean insects that may be problems for you in 2017 Dec 13, 2016 Here is a glimpse of the insects growers are likely to deal with along with recommendations for dealing with those pests in 2017.