Terry McAuliffe on Twitter “Fantastic tour of the Tidewater Agricultural Research Center. These folks are doing great work to develop new technologies and move Virginia's agricultural industry forward. Sorry to Georgia and Texas, but Virginia peanuts are the BEST in the country! No question about it. https://t.co/k1kA5Gu2al...
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Peanut Variety Quality Evaluation is the official “pipeline” for Virginia-type peanut cultivar d
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With Elsa approaching parts of Virginia, make sure you're prepared. ⛈
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Virginia small grain field day in-person May 20 The day will feature the latest from the Virginia Tech small grain breeding team and the new Center for Advanced Innovation in Agriculture.
~~ 2021 PEANUT AND COTTON PRODUCTION MEETINGS ARE GOING VIRTUAL ~~
Link for Extension Research Presentations: https://www.arec.vaes.vt.edu/arec/tidewater/arec-updates/2021-virginia-cotton---peanut-production-meetings.html (this link will be available after 2/15/2021)
Virginia Cotton Producers Meeting Link (Please pre-register): https://files.constantcontact.com/9ab850e0601/bc298723-6309-45e0-b428-0fae7921a006.pdf
If you need private pesticide credits, please contact Scott Reiter ([email protected] or 804-733-2686)
or Livvy Preisser ([email protected] or 757-365-6261).
You will be enrolled in CANVAS and will have to complete the videos and a few short quizzes.
Happy Retirement to Carl Griffey, W.G. Wysor professor and small grains breeder, for 31 years of service! Carl plans to return home to Tennessee where he's building his retirement home to be closer to family. Congratulations Carl! Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Please consider joining us tomorrow morning (December 3) at 9 AM for another weekly session of VCE Ag Today. This week we will hear presentations from Dr. Sally Taylor, Row Crop Entomologist, and Dr. David Langston, Extension Plant Pathologist, both with Virginia Tech and Virginia Cooperative Extension. Dr. Taylor will be providing updates on insect pests of row crops, and Dr. Langston will be providing an update on diseases. These presentation topics are part of our usual Crops Conferences that we hold every year in January, but due to COVID-19 these conferences will not be held in 2021, and presentations will be available through VCE Ag Today sessions and recorded Zoom webinars as a series for a virtual Crops Conference.
Please see the attached flyer for more information on tomorrow morning’s webinar. Please join us and bring any questions you may have regarding these topics. If you are not able to join us for this update, but have questions, please feel free to contact us and share your questions and we will ask them anonymously during the presentation to get answers. The webinar will be recorded for later viewing and can be accessed at https://Bit.ly/vceagtodayvideos , along with the recordings of all previous sessions of VCE Ag Today, such as the most recent partnering agency update (November 19) from USDA-FSA, USDA-NRCS, and SWCD and DCR. Also, audio only “podcast style” recordings can be located at: https://westmoreland.ext.vt.edu/programs/agtoday.html .
Please use the link, or phone number and meeting ID below to access the webinar and join us tomorrow morning.
Meeting Link: https://virginiatech.zoom.us/j/344371334 or https://bit.ly/vceagtodaylive (Either Link will work)
Join by Phone: Dial 1 (929) 436-2866 and enter Meeting ID : 344 371 334 when prompted
After the session tomorrow morning, or if you have joined us for a past session, please fill out this evaluation to help improve VCE AG Today (it will take less than 5 minutes): https://bit.ly/vceagtodayeval
We hope you will be able to join us and as always, please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you for all that you do!
Are you attending the 2020 Virtual ? Check out our presentation "The Use of Aerial Imagery to Determine Nitrogen Timing in Winter Wheat". https://events1.social27.com/asa-cssa-sssa/agenda/player/88714 American Society of Agronomy
~~~ 2020 VA Peanut and Pork Tour~~~
Since 2018, TAREC revived the peanut research “showcase” for growers, shellers, and peanut goods producers in Southeastern Virginia in the form of an annual field tour in mid-August. The tour, usually counting around 100 attendees, includes presentations from resident faculties at TAREC but also invited speakers from other universities. Talks include peanut entomology, pathology, w**d science, and varieties in pipeline for release from the Peanut Variety and Quality Evaluation multi-state project. Graduate students are also presenting their avantgarde research. Each year a “surprise” talk unrelated to peanut is also available. This year, understandably, the tour will be virtual and lived on Aug 14 at 2:00 pm
Remember our Virtual Live Field Tour at 2pm.
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