Today's Cotton Newsline is 4 cuts. All cuts are Bill Robertson, Manager of Cotton Agronomy, Soils and Physiology at the National Cotton Council.
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It's time to finalize your plans to attend the 2013 Beltwide Cotton Conferences. The National Cotton Council urges cotton industry members, university and USDA researchers, Extension personnel, consultants, equipment and service providers – or anyone with a stake in a healthy US cotton production sector to attend.Bill Robertson, Manager of Cotton Agronomy, Soils and Physiology at the National Cotton Council, shares more details on registration and programming.
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Three Texas A&M University faculty members have been invited to address the general session according to Robertson.
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The Production Conference workshops will offer up an assortment of new topics for attendees this year.
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There will be a "Future Technology and Tools" workshop that will include industry updates on 2,4-D and dicamba technology and a session with Dr. Peter Dotray, a weed scientist from Lubbock, TX, who will discuss past, present, and future weed management systems.