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    • 2009 dry land evaluation of seven peanut varieties in Irwin county, Georgia 

      Edwards, R. P.; Beasley, John P.; Brenneman, Tim B.; Carlson, D. S.; Culbreath, Albert K.; Kemerait, Bob; Paulk, J. E. (University of Georgia, 2009-11-02)
      Research was conducted to evaluate seven planted peanut varieties. Farmers continue to look for successful peanut varieties comparable to Gcontinue Georgia Green as well as the best value. A large portion of peanut acreage ...
    • Evaluation of GA green, GAO3L and AT3085RO peanut varieties 

      Edwards, R. P.; Beasley, John P.; Carlson, D. S. (University of Georgia, 2008-01-20)
      Research was conducted to evaluate three peanut varieties. The field selected was planted utilizing conservation tillage methods and was non-irrigated. There was much interest in GAO3L and AT 3085RO prior to peanut planting, ...
    • Peanut educational efforts in Irwin and Ben Hill county, Georgia 

      Edwards, R. P.; Carlson, D. S.; Troutman, S. A. (University of Georgia, 2010-11-02)
      Peanuts are an important agronomic crop to Irwin and Ben Hill County with nearly 20,000 acres grown in Irwin County and 5,000 in Ben Hill County annually. Maintaining peanut profitability and quality is a major concern for ...
    • Profitability of mechanical fruit thinning of 'cape fear' and 'sumner' pecans 

      Carlson, D. S.; Edwards, R. P.; Wells, M. L. (University of Georgia, 2010-01-06)
      A research demonstration on mechanical fruit thinning was conducted on August 1, 2007, in a commercial orchard of ‘Cape Fear’ and ‘Sumner’ pecan trees. Treatments were replicated five times in a randomized-complete block ...