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Louisiana Rice Notes #3

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A new Louisiana Rice Notes newsletter is now available. This edition covers the recent heavy rainfall and pending storms, nitrogen fertilizer questions, conventional rice following Provisia, Louisiana variety and hybrid trends over the last 18 years.

Louisiana Rice Notes #5

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This edition covers early harvest returns, hot weather, N fertilization timing and sources for the ratoon crop, and how to join the text message group. This edition and older editions can be found on the LSU AgCenter’s Rice website here:

http://www.lsuagcenter.com/topics/crops/rice/field_notes

 

Louisiana Rice Notes #4

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This edition covers upcoming field days, crop update, disease management, rice drying and rice irrigation survey results, a new channeled apple snail survey, and how to join the text message group. This edition and older editions can be found on the LSU AgCenter’s Rice website here: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/topics/crops/rice/field_notes

Louisiana Rice Notes #3

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The third edition of  Louisiana Rice Field Notes for 2018 is now available. This edition covers planting progress, DD50 heat units, stunted rice, rice seed and seedling diseases, channeled apple snail damage, Loyant herbicide use, and a consultant quiz. Older editions can be found on the LSU AgCenter’s Rice website here: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/topics/crops/rice/field_notes

Louisiana Rice Notes #2

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The newest edition of  Louisiana Rice Field Notes for 2018 is now available. This edition covers planting progress and the potential effects of cold weather and wind on rice germination and seedling development. Older editions can be found on the LSU AgCenter’s Rice website here: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/topics/crops/rice/field_notes

 

Louisiana Rice Notes #1

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The first edition of  Louisiana Rice Field Notes for 2018 is now available. This edition covers the start of rice planting, weather, AV-1011 rebate, progress on headed rice bird repellent, herbicide plant back restrictions, Rice Varieties and Management Tips publication, and furrow-irrigated rice research. Older editions can be found on the LSU AgCenter’s Rice website here: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/topics/crops/rice/field_notes

Louisiana Rice Notes #8

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This edition covers the current rice market outlook, crop progress, a potential tropical depression, mid-season fertilization, GA use for ratoon crop, and drain timing.

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Louisiana Rice Notes #7

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This edition covers current crop issues including the rise in sheath blight in south Louisiana, effect of midday rain on flowering rice, leaf miners, the black rice bug.

The LSU AgCenter Projected 2017 Rice Farm Cash Flow Model is now available.

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The Projected 2017 Rice Farm Cash Flow Model (Click Here) and Instructions (Click Here) are now available.

The Projected Rice Farm Cash Flow Model was developed to assist producers in planning for the 2017 crop year.  The model is an Excel spreadsheet which allows rice producers to enter projected acreage, yield, market price and production cost data for 2017 to estimate net returns above variable production costs and to easily evaluate the impact of changing percent of base planted on net returns.