Agronomist: Hold off on peanut planting; soil temperatures not stable | Business
Peanut planters are cautioned not to plant too early this year.
According to the UGA extension's blog, UGA Agronomist Dr. Scott Tubbs says growers should be careful due to "strong possibilities for a cold front to drop soil temperatures rapidly."
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Tubbs urges growers to exercise patience, despite the few days with temperatures in the 80s.