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Hurricane Harvey – Considerations for Sorghum Fields Next Year

This tip was provided by: Ronnie Schnell, Cropping Systems – Statewide, College Station, ronschnell@tamu.edu Tony Provin, State Soil Chemist and Director – Soil Testing laboratory, College Station, t-provin@tamu.edu South and Central Texas Hurricane Harvey – Considerations for Sorghum Fields Next Year Many areas along the Texas Gulf coast were affected by devastating flooding and excessive rainfall during hurricane Harvey. Fields, …

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For Texas High Plains, Headworms are Here, Complicating Sugarcane Aphid Control

This tip was provided by: Calvin Trostle, Extension Agronomy, Lubbock, 806-746-6101, ctrostle@ag.tamu.edu High Plains For Texas High Plains, Headworms are Here, Complicating Sugarcane Aphid Control As much as I would like to talk about something else in this Sorghum Tip, last week I cautioned High Plains growers to guard against complacency regarding sugarcane aphid.  If you are a sorghum grower downstate, …

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