Crop Report for February 26, 2021

— Written By Gary Cross
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We had some nice days and some rainy days this past week and tobacco farmers are seeding greenhouses and getting ready for the upcoming year. Let’s hope we do not have many seedling diseases this year like pythium. Again, be aware of who is going in and out of the greenhouse, always test your float bed water, and be as clean as possible to get the best results. You also get insects in the greenhouse such as mites which can possibly transmit disease. If you are having issues in the greenhouse, do not hesitate to call it – may be disease, water hardness, fertility, or insects. With more acres going in for 2021, more space will be utilized and if you need plants, give the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Person County office a call to hook you up with someone who may have extra plants or are growing plants just to sell. Let’s get off to a good start having healthy plants for transplant and create uniform growth in the greenhouse and in the field.