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Together Again

Photos by Michaela Parker and Kevin Hudson

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Following its 2020 cancellation, the Mississippi State University Extension Service’s Row Crop Short Course hosted 675 people from Mississippi and neighboring states.
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QUICK CATCH-UP—Lowndes County producer Lamarcus (Billybob) Phillips, right, chatted with Extension soybean specialist Dr. Trent Irby, center, and Attala County Extension agent Beau Varner about crops.
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LOVING LEARNING—Marius Williams was one of many attendees learning the latest in agriculture at the 3-day short course, from producing row crops to selling the harvest.
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IRRIGATION INFO—Dr. Drew Gholson, Extension irrigation specialist, discussed modern practices, including the advantages of soil-moisture sensors, at the short course.

 

 

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