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  • Extension Economist Doesn’t Expect Hemp Acres to Increase in Southeast in 2021
    With hemp harvest beginning across the Southeast, predictions are already being made about what next year’s crop might look like. One Extension economist believes there will not be an acreage increase in 2021. Auburn University Assistant Professor and Extension economist Adam Rabinowitz does not expect acres in the Southeast to increase until the market shows […]
  • Clemson Extension Agents Provide Crop Updates
    Clemson Extension agents provided updates in The South Carolina Grower this week about the status of various crops being produced throughout the state. Weekly Field Update – 10/19/20 Posted on October 19, 2020 by Justin Ballew Coastal Rob Last reports, “As we approach the time where strawberry plants will be delivered, I would urge all growers […]
  • North Carolina Forestry Association, N.C. Forest Service Promote National Forest Products Week
    RALEIGH – National Forest Products Week is celebrated the third week in October every year, and in celebration, the North Carolina Forestry Association and the N.C Forest Service recognizes the $33.6 billion contribution of the forest products industry to our state’s economy. NCFA Executive Director John Hatcher says, “Forestry is a significant economic driver for […]
  • Cold Outbreak at End of October Could End Growing Season in Northern Alabama, Georgia
    According to Pam Knox, University of Georgia agricultural climatologist, in her UGA Extension blog, the forecasts are starting to show a strong cold front passing through the Southeast at the end of October. This will usher in a period of much colder air which could include frost across northern Alabama and Georgia as well as […]