Field crops — tobacco, soybeans, corn, cotton, peanuts, sweet potatoes, forages and small grains — pervade North Carolina’s rural landscape. North Carolina Cooperative Extension helps growers maintain profitability by providing the latest research-based information and recommendations on the best varieties and production practices for the state’s conditions. Extension also helps growers comply with changing regulations, investigate new higher-value opportunities, develop solid business plans and explore marketing options.
Below are results of two trials comparing Xtendflex cotton varieties to several commercial standards conducted by Dr. Alan York. All of these varieties may not be commercially available. From what I understand at MORE »– from Cotton
Experimental varieties have been omitted from these tables to make them easier for producers to concentrate on currently available varieties. 5. Variety Selection _Final Text all data no MORE »– from Cotton
This link (Soybean 2015) provides a recorded presentation intended for agent training or broadcast in grower meetings. Please report broadcast usage to Dominic Reisig (email@example.com) for his records. This link (Soybean 2015) provides MORE »– from Soybeans
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Guy Collins has been hired as the new Cotton Extension Associate Professor. This position is the result of a cooperative effort between the North Carolina Cotton MORE »– from Cotton
Fifteen GAP recertification meetings will be held in North Carolina during January and February of 2015. You can find meeting dates and details for these as well as meetings in GA, SC, VA, MORE »– from Tobacco Growers Information
Two new factsheets are available now: 1. NC Grain for Malting, Brewing, and Distilling: FAQ; 2. Evaluating Starter Fertilizer in Organic No-till Corn You can find each from the following MORE »– from Organic Grains
NCC Conducting STAX/Farm Bill Workshops October 6, 2014 Contact: T. Cotton Nelson or Marjory Walker (901) 274-9030 MEMPHIS — The National Cotton Council (NCC) has scheduled 25 educational meetings across the Cotton Belt MORE »– from Cotton