Growers will focus on five peanut varieties

Hollis, Paul L.
February 2011
Southeast Farm Press;2/9/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the need for peanut growers to focus on five available cultivars in the U.S. Peanut specialist John Beasley of the University of Georgia Extension explains the five peanut cultivars available for growers in the Southeast part of the country in 2011 including Georgia-06G, Georgia Greener, and Tifguard. It encourages peanut growers to utilize Peanut Rx to examine a cultivar's level of disease resistance or tolerance particularly when comparing them with other species.


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