January 6, 2010
[video: id=streamhoster-http://web18.streamhoster.com/pentonmedia/penton/tbiggerstaff/d32b18d8-e560-4cc9-adde-8cb07d9d8659.flv, thumb=http://web18.streamhoster.com/pentonmedia/penton/tbiggerstaff/633983621794441631.gif]
For many years, J.R. Bradley was one of the leading cotton entomologists in the country. Bradley, who recently retired from North Carolina State University, spoke at the Consultants Conference that preceded this year’s Beltwide Cotton Conference in New Orleans. Here are Bradley’s thoughts about the role of consultants in a rapidly changing cotton industry.
You May Also Like
Current Conditions for
Enter a zip code to see the weather conditions for a different location.
Strong sales lift corn pricesJan 18, 2023
Lawmakers target black vulturesNov 30, 2023
Export Report: A bullish round of resultsNov 30, 2023
USDA exports – China buys soybeans, November 30, 2023Jan 19, 2023