Cropping systems and Agronomic Management Research for Peanut


Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia on behalf of the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service and University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc.

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Similar to 2017, an experiment testing replant methods and gaps in plant stand determined that replanting an initial plant stand with supplemental seed next to the original row can be beneficial, regardless of the length of the initial gap. Replanting segments of row only where the gap provided yield increase compared to not replanting when gaps were substantial (at least 24% of original row missing). Gap replanting would reduce input costs compared to full row replanting. However, yield and grade were both improved with full row replanting in this trial. The replanted rows were allowed to mature longer than the non-replanted or where only the gaps were replanted - a likely factor in yield and grade gains. If replanting is an option, it is recommended to allow the plants to grow beyond the initial plant stand's maturity in order for the replanted plants to achieve maximum maturity, as long as the vegetation is healthy. 

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