2011 Southeast USA Peanut Production
Dr. John P. Beasley, Jr.
Professor and Extension Peanut Agronomist
University of Georgia
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Peanut production involves numerous processes from agronomic and pest management to marketing and budget management. We call it the “package approach”. The purpose of this presentation is to guide producers through some of the agronomic factors that affect peanut production in the Southeastern U.S. Primary attention is given to the five cultivars that producers in the Southeast will plant and how to manage those cultivars in planting date, seeding rate, row pattern, and tillage decisions. The presentation will also focus on how to incorporate these cultivars in both irrigated and non-irrigated production systems.
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