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Tag Archives: South Carolina
Last week the question was: What is the cause of this funny looking shadow? These crescent shaped shadows were made during the eclipse on 8/21/17. The path of totality passed right through the middle of SC and drew lots of … Continue reading
Hurricane Matthew is gone and the sun is out, but the smoke is yet to clear. Parts of Horry, Marion, and Dillon counties are still flooded and power is still out in spots all over the Pee Dee. The town … Continue reading
From Clemson Peanut Specialist Dan Anco. This year we’re having a 5000 pound club (not a big club sandwich…) for growers. SC growers that produce an average of at least 5000 lb/A (dry weight) over their entire acreage will have … Continue reading
FROM: John Mueller, Extension Soybean Pathologist, Edisto Research and Education Center IN SOUTH CAROLINA RUST HAS NOW BEEN FOUND ON SOYBEAN IN COLLETON AND BAMBERG COUNTIES. Joe Varn, Barnwell/Bamberg County Row Crop agent proved again that he has a knack … Continue reading
Any farmer struggling after the horrific 2015 growing season should take a look at the Conservation Stewardship Program with the NRCS. This program is designed to give farmers financial assistance to carry out conservation practices in their farming operations. In … Continue reading