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Extreme Heat and Sorghum Flowering

This tip was provided by: Ronnie Schnell, Cropping Systems – Statewide, College Station, ronschnell@tamu.edu Statewide Extreme Heat and Sorghum Flowering High temperatures have affected many portions of Texas in recent weeks and again during the current week. In some regions of Texas, grain sorghum was in critical growth stages that could be affected by high temperatures. Sorghum is known to …

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Ensuring Later-Planted Sorghum Growers have Sugarcane Aphid Resources

This tip was provided by: Calvin Trostle, Extension Agronomy, Lubbock, 806-746-6101,¬†ctrostle@ag.tamu.edu Statewide Ensuring Later-Planted Sorghum Growers have Sugarcane Aphid Resources For grain sorghum planted since mid-April in the Concho Valley, North Texas, and the High Plains, the good news is that it appears the downstate reports of sugarcane aphid are still well distant.¬† The longer this remains the better.¬† For …

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