Join Clemson Extension Horticulture Agents for a weekly chat about what is going on in the fruit and vegetable fields around the state of South Carolina. Agents will discuss crops, weather, insects, diseases, weeds, and anything related to fruit and vegetable production. These timely updates will keep growers abreast and ahead of the game.
The SC Grower Exchange: June 20, 2022
The mid-June field updates are in, and agents from around the state discuss diseases currently being found in summer fruit and vegetable crops, the impacts of recent weather, herbicide carryover issues in soil, and more.
The SC Grower Exchange: June 6, 2022
Agents give field updates from around the state for the beginning of June, discussing wilt in tomatoes, staying vigilant on field checks with variable weather, and much more.
The SC Grower Exchange: May 23, 2022
Agents from around the state give field updates on late May fruit and vegetable crops. Agents also discuss how the warm and dry weather has impacted crops, pest and disease spread, and the potential for more rain this week.
The SC Grower Exchange: April 25, 2022
This week, Sarah and Rob give updates on the current peach, strawberry, and blueberry crops. Dr. Matt Cutulle also joins to discuss spring weed control.
The SC Grower Exchange: April 11, 2022
Agents from around the state discuss the effects of the inconsistent spring weather and the soon-to-be-planted summer crops. Guinn Wallover also joins the call this week to discuss her role as a Water Resources Extension Agent for the coastal district, and how she helps growers, communities, and municipalities with water resource management.
The SC Grower Exchange: March 28, 2022
This week, agents discuss the extent of cold-weather damage from earlier this month on the peach, strawberry, and vegetable crops around the state.
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