Crop Report for Week of July 8, 2021

— Written By Gary Cross
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July 21, from 9 a.m. till noon the Annual Tobacco Tour will be held at the Oxford Research Station. To register please call the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Granville or Person County offices. Insect trap counts are up for budworm. Horn worms are out and doing damage. Stinkbug levels in the corn and soybean fields are increasing. Keep scouting fields for potential problems. The rain we are getting at the end of the week is helping us get through some of the heat and dry spell. Soybeans seem to be stunted due to a lack of moisture. Corn crop is tasseling and setting an ear, soybeans are blooming and starting to set small pods. Tobacco topping has started and we’ve pulled some lower leaves. I am looking at having field tours on popcorn and native corn later in the fall so keep an eye on the website!