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2023 Virginia Peanut Production Guide



Authors as Published

Maria Balota, Extension Crop Physiologist, Virginia Tech; David L. Jordan, Extension Weed Scientist, North Carolina State University; David Langston, Extension Plant Pathologist, Virginia Tech; Julie Shortridge, Biological Systems Engineer, Virginia Tech; and Sally Taylor, Extension Entomologist, Virginia Tech

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This guide describes peanut production practices including cultivars, planting, management, and harvest. Under management, information is provided on the optimum time for nutrient and irrigation applications; describes rotations effect on yield; soil preparation, etc. It also identifies major pests for the region including weeds, insects and disease, and how those to be controlled.

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Publication Date

January 3, 2023