Implementation of the PeanutFARM Website to Deliver Irrigation Scheduling, Improved Methods of Peanut Maturity Determination and Disease Prediction to Peanut Growers

Institution:

University of Florida

Budget ID:

1257

Project ID:

394

Report BID:

1257

State:

Georgia

Region:

Southeast (GA, FL, AL)

State Group:

GA-157

Project Fiscal Year:

2013

Category:

Production/Agronomics

Report Type:

Final Report

Report Received Date:

09-Jul-2015

Investigator:

Tubbs

Project NPB Budget:

$15,000

The data indicate that for the predominant cultivar, Georgia-06G, the adjusted growing degree days target of 2500 is right on target for maximizing yield. The April planting date seemed to trigger a continual increase in yield even after reaching 2500 aGDD's. When planting as late as May 20, the aGDD accumulation wanes at 2600 level indicating it was getting too cool to mature the crop when planting that late. 

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