Tag Archives: flowering

Cotton Blooming

Our older cotton is blooming now and everything is looking good so far this year.  Its been hot this week, though we’ve had fairly regular rainfall, so our fields are growing well.  Some folks are putting out pix to slow … Continue reading

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Question of the Week: Daffodil

Last week the question was:  What kind of flower is this? Daffodils are among the first flowers to bloom as the weather warms up indicating the beginning of spring.  Daffodils are perennial plants that grow from bulbs each year and … Continue reading

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Rapeseed Starting to Bolt

We’ve had a solid week now of slightly above average temperatures and its feeling like an early spring.  The pine pollen is really falling and turning everything yellow and the rapeseed fields will also be turning yellow shortly. Its hard to … Continue reading

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Wheat Pushing Out Heads

Wheat heads are emerging all over the Pee Dee.  Here’s a little update of whats going on in the fields. Powdery mildew is still showing up in some areas on susceptible varieties.  The weather conditions have been perfect for it. … Continue reading

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