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Agronomic Field Day set for Delta July 16
STONEVILLE -- Mississippi State University researchers and Extension Service specialists will explain at a July 16 event in Stoneville current studies that could help farmers of agronomic crops.
MSU’s Delta Research and Extension Center will host the annual Agronomic Field Day. Registration begins at 8 a.m., and the program starts 30 minutes later.
Meetings will held in the Capps Center. Topics include rice production, rice herbicides, developments in rice breeding, rice seed treatments, cotton insect research, glyphosate resistant Italian ryegrass, soybean diseases, soybean insect research, corn insect control, irrigation and tillage, soybean rust updates, and precision nitrogen management.
“This annual field day lets scientists and Extension specialists provide the latest and most pertinent scientific studies and technology to area producers,” said Steve Martin, interim head of DREC.
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