Rotation takes spot No. 2 in Top 10 Keys to Peanut Profitability

Hollis, Paul
June 2012
Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight;6/19/2012, p1
The article discusses a list of successful production practices included in a "Top 10 Keys to Peanut Profitability" presented by organizers of the Farm Press Peanut Profitability Award. The organizers listed rotation as the top 2 on the list. They recognize rotation because it reduces the severity of peanut disease. The Cooperative Extension Service in Georgia suggests to manage diseases at least two years between peanut crops.


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