Last week the question was: What is wrong with these peanuts?
These peanuts and the pegs have been damaged by root knot nematodes (RKN). Peanuts are just one of the many crops that can be damaged by RKN. They tend to a bigger problem in sandy soil. RKN are not a common problem in peanuts, but can build up to damaging levels, especially with poor rotation practices. Take a look at page 21 in the Clemson Peanut Money Maker Guide for more info.
Here is this week’s question: What is this?