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National Peanut Research Lab (NPRL) This is a part of the "Peanuts 101" section of the NPRL's website. This article offers basic peanut planting information. planting
Peanut Company of Australia (PCA) The University of Georgia concludes that twin-row planting of peanuts increases yield by 549 kg/ha and increases grade by an average 1% to 2%. planting, rows, grade, Australia
National Peanut Research Lab (NPRL) This is a part of the "Peanuts 101" section of the NPRL's website. This article offers basic peanut growth information. growth
UGA Peanuts This article gives guidelines for choosing a peanut cultivar to grow. Points of consideration include seed quality, harvesting efficiency, planting date, maturity and disease/nematode resistance. cultivar, harvest, planting, disease, Georgia
Alabama Peanut Producers Organization This document offers in-depth comparisons of peanut cultivars used in Alabama for the purpose of aiding farmers in the selection of suitable cultivars. cultivar, yield, grade, Alabama
Peanut Information Network System (PINS) This is a list of commonly-used peanut cultivars compiled by country. Information is given about each cultivar regarding growth conditions, harvest yields and disease vulnerability/resistance. cultivar, yield, disease, growth
UGA Peanuts This article provides basic soil fertilization information, with a particular focus on calcium and pH. soil, calcium, pH, Georgia
Peanut Company of Australia (PCA) This article focuses on the importance of pre-planting weed treatment. Additional information is provided on moisture control, temperature, nutrients and light. weeds, planting, temperature, moisture, light, Australia
Clemson This article offers information on controlling the pH of soil. This article is intended to be a general guide, and it is not specific to peanut. pH, South Carolina
Clemson This article focuses on how to properly obtain soil samples for pH, nutrient, and nitrogen testing. soil testing, pH, soil nutrients, nitrogen, South Carolina
Peanut Company of Australia (PCA) This article provides general information on peanut nutrient requirements. The article pays particular attention to calcium, nitrogen fixation and Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (VAM). soil nutrients, calcium, nitrogen, VAM, Australia
Farm Service Agency, USA This is an update of the prices of peanut by main variety. The list is updated every Tuesday. agronomics, variety
2001-2007 calendar year US peanut exports
American Peanut Council (APC) This is a summary of the net profit earned by country through peanut export from 2001-2007. agronomics

Advisory Index for Transitioning from Conventional to Reduced Tillage Peanut Production in North Carolina

North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension Service This document provides a few pointers and a checklist for transitioning from conventional to reduced tillage peanut farming. North Carolina, reduced tillage
Agricultural Systems Research Unit (Fort Collins, CO) iFEAT (iFARM Economic Analysis Tool) is a spreadsheet based tool developed to allow the user to assess current and potential management options for economic sustainability.  The user can evaluate lease arrangements, input costs, government programs, and insurance options to arrive at the best economic combination of these variables.   agroeconomics, software, spreadsheet

Soil Temperature and Moisture Model

Morris, Minnesota The STM2 model predicts the soil temperature and moisture conditions based on very limited user inputs. STM2, software, soil, moisture, soil temperature
Morris, Minnesota The purpose of Global TempSIM is to estimate daily maximum and minimum air temperatures for a yearly cycle at any location on the globe. Global TempSIM predicts the daily average air temperature based upon 30-yr (1961 – 1990) temperature records that were compiled and interpolated by Legates and Willmott (1990a and 1990b) with further improvements by Willmott and Matsuura (1995) Global TempSIM, air temperature, software
Study of high yielding peanut and mechanization of peanut Research Institute of Oil and Oil Plant In the irrigation area of Tay Ninh province in the Eastern region of South Viet Nam in winter-spring (from November to February), peanut variety L9803-8 (Spanish, pod yield 3700 kg/ha) and variety VD01-2 (Spanish, pod yield 3540 kg/ha) were harvested. For comparison a local control,LY, had a pod yield of 3210 kg/ha. The yield increase over control for L9803-8 was 15%, and the yield increase over control for VD01-2 was 10%. high yielding peanut, plant seeder, peanut combined harvester
How to make your peanuts grow   This site provides general information on growing peanuts that home gardeners will find useful. growth, garden

Peanut planting time in Georgia, new equipment and new methods

Georgia Peanut Commission Rodney Dawson and his brothers John and Gary have a big job to do planting 1600 acres to peanuts this year. With the use of a 38 foot, 16 row planter and a bulk seed tender, they are getting the job done faster and more efficiently. planting, video, seed, Georgia
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