Jeffrey Stapper

Cotton stalk destruction key to BWEP
As cotton harvest continues, it is important to remember to destroy cotton stalks as soon as the crop has been
Remote sensing camera is wildlife management tool
Things are getting high tech when comes to watching those deer out at the deer blind or out in the fields. Digital
Fighting pesky mosquitoes
One of the side effects of excessive rainfall is that the standing waters provide the perfect opportunity for the
Sunflower produces good yields
The above normal rainfall we have seen this growing season has helped to contribute to some good sunflower
Purchase or produce hay?
Feeding supplemental hay is a common practice for South Texas cow-calf operations. Overstocking, as well as variations
Cotton workshop to focus on cutout to harvest
The rainfall events of the last two weeks have certainly hurt the mature grain sorghum crop, but cotton has been a
Alex rain welcomed and not
So, while you were celebrating the July 4th Holiday, I hope you reflected on some things we have to be thankful for,
Preparing sorghum for harvest
Corpus Christi, Texas--Our early planted, early maturing, grain sorghum hybrids have accumulated enough growing degree
Coastal Bend crops promising
Recent rains have been quite timely for most crops in the Texas Coastal Bend and accumulation of degree days for crops
Watch for sorghum midge
One of the most damaging insect pests of grain sorghum continues to be sorghum midge and this year’s early wet soil
Cotton workshop on first bloom, cutout
Some of our early planted cotton will be blooming very soon and into a growing stage of critical importance in the
Cotton at critical growth stage
Last week I hosted a Cotton Workshop that focused on the phase of cotton growth from first square to first bloom, the
Hay quality factors
The early wet spring has allowed some South Texas growers to make hay in the last few weeks, so now they should
"First square to first bloom"
Some of our early planted cotton soon will be producing the first square and thus enter a growing stage of critical
Fencing heights keep feral hogs from feed stations
A recent study by Texas AgriLife Extension Service confirmed that it’s possible to exclude feral hogs from wildlife
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