September 1, 2018
South Texas sunflowers
For the 30th year, National Cotton Council, through its Producer Information Exchange or P.I.E. program, brought cotton producers together from various regions of the U.S. to share ideas and learn from one another. Eleven growers from Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama and Tennessee traveled to Texas, visiting four different regions of the state, seeing various commodities from cotton to cucumbers to sugarcane and grapes to sunflowers and sesame. Take a look at Texas production featured throughout the Texas tour.
See Photo Gallery, Mid-South growers tour Texas farms, gins and ag industry
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