Scientists from N.C. State University will discuss some of the hottest topics in cotton production during the annual N.C. Cotton Field Day on Sept. 23. Hosted by Flatland Farms and Associates in Pantego, this field day marks the first time since 1995 that the event has been held off the Upper Coastal Plain Research Station. Follow this link to a PDF for more information.
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