Peanut farmers who don’t know the peanut burrower bug are fortunate. Growers who’ve battled the yield- and quality-reducing pest know something needs to be done to control it, and those growers can help find answers.
Nominees are being sought from eligible Mississippi Peanut Growers for member and alternate positions on the National Peanut Board. An election will be held Jan. 25 during the annual meeting of the Mississippi Peanut Growers Association.
The least expensive crops for Mississippi producers this year are dryland soybeans, grain sorghum, and wheat, with all three being produced at a specified operating and fixed expense below $400 per acre.
Agri-AFC, LLC, has added its name to the list of founding members of the Agricultural Data Coalition (ADC), becoming the 14th organization to join the group since its formation this spring.
ADC’s mission is to build a secure repository where f...