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Grain Sorghum Harvest Aids and SCA

This tip was provided by: Ronnie Schnell, Cropping Systems – Statewide, College Station, ronschnell@tamu.edu Statewide Grain Sorghum Harvest Aids and SCA A common question in recent years is whether or not to use a harvest aid, such as glyphosate, if sugarcane aphids are present. Do not use a harvest aid or desiccant as a tool to manage sugarcane aphids. It …

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Recent High Plains Grain Sorghum Replanting

This tip was provided by: Calvin Trostle, Extension Agronomy, Lubbock, 806-746-6101,¬†ctrostle@ag.tamu.edu High Plains Recent High Plains Grain Sorghum Replanting Starting the last week of June there was widespread storm damage on cotton and grains in the Texas High Plains, and a lot of cotton was lost.¬† Numerous calls from producers noted the dilemma some felt about planting grain sorghum primarily …

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