Cotton Incorporated, PMN Launch Webcast on Cotton Production in Short Season, Dryland Environments
November 5, 2013
Short season production is often the only viable option in many parts of the Cotton Belt. Understanding the best production practices is vital to maximizing yield in these areas.
Through the latest ‘Focus on Cotton’ webcast, titled "Producing Cotton in Short-Season Dryland Environments," Dr. Keith Edmisten, Cotton Extension Specialist at North Carolina State University, helps consultants, growers and other practitioners in the southeastern U.S. get the most out of their acres in these environments.
Dr. Edmisten discusses four key items in his talk:
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