Vic Schoonover

Articles by Vic Schoonover
Aphids and thrips infestations
Thrips and aphids have been reported in new cotton in southwestern Oklahoma, according to Terry Pitts, Oklahoma State
Cotton seedling disease
Terry Pitts, Oklahoma State University Extension IPM specialist at Altus, cautions cotton farmers to watch for disease
Canola wheat rotation
Approximately 85,000 acres of winter canola is growing this spring in Oklahoma, North Texas and Kansas. A significant
Winter canola offers viable rotation option
The Treadwell family is paying close attention to 200 acres of winter canola. This is the first crop of winter canola
Cotton myths rebutted
Regrettably, production agriculture in the United States has to defend itself constantly against false pseudo-science
Planting day most important for cotton production
Oklahoma State University Extension state cotton specialist Dr. J.C. Banks recently recalled a presentation Danny
OK Oilseed Commission sets canola checkoff rates
Members of Oklahoma's new Oilseed Commission have set checkoff rates for winter canola and sunflower
Expansion offers opportunity for Plains cotton producers
Cotton industry observers from farmers to economists believe 2010 will bring increased cotton production in the Rolling
New verification procedure determines eligibility
Adjusted gross income (AGI) verification is the term for a new certification and compliance process by the USDA Farm
All Terrain Vehicles are modern beasts of burden
ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES (ATV) have become the modern beasts of burden on many farms and ranches throughout the United
Estimates differ for Kansas cotton acreage
Planting estimates for cotton production in 2010 differ, one plus, one minus, for one state in the Southwestern cotton
McKinley retires from Okla. boll weevil organization
Tillman County, Oklahoma, farmer Jerry McKinley retired this month after serving for 14 years as board chairman of the
SW increase cotton acreage
Members of the Oklahoma Cotton Council, who represent producers, ginners and warehousemen, are taking seriously
Cotton farmers close in on post-eradication phase for boll weevil
The post-eradication phase of the boll weevil eradication program in Oklahoma will not officially begin until the State
Ginning underway in southwest Oklahoma
Cotton ginning is well along in southwestern Oklahoma and just beginning farther north. At the Farmers Cooperative Gin
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