Alabama Peanut Producers Association – Turning Resources Into Results since 1958

About Alabama peanut Producers

The Alabama Peanut Producers Association (APPA) has been Turning Resources Into Results since 1958. The Association is committed to representing the interests of growers through a variety of promotions, research and educational programs. Activities target state and national levels for the enhancement and unity of the entire peanut industry. The Association is voluntarily funded by peanut growers and its program is directed by a board of 15 growers. Directors are elected by grower delegates from each of the major peanut producing counties. The number of delegates from each county is determined by the number of acres in that particular county.



12jun8:00 am- 5:00 pmField Crops Scouting School

22jun - 26jun 221:00 amjun 26USA Peanut Congress

27jun5:30 pm- 8:00 pmWild Pig Management Seminar


9jul - 11All DayAmerican Peanut Research & Education Society Annual Meeting

16jul - 17All DaySouthern Cover Crop Conference

18jul - 20jul 181:00 amjul 20Southern Peanut Growers Conference


23aug8:00 am- 1:00 pmRow Crop Field Day - Wiregrass Research & Extension Center


24sep - 27All DayGA-FL-AL Tristate Peanut Disease Tour

peanut News

June 10, 2019
June 7, 2019 – ATLANTA, GA – Peanut producers voted overwhelmingly to continue the Peanut Promotion, Research, and Information Program,
May 22, 2019
Houston County farmer Fred Helms has been growing peanuts 43 years. He said nothing is more important than growing a
May 1, 2019
  Jacob Davis joined the Alabama Peanut Producers Association (APPA) as its executive director May 1. APPA serves over 900

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