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Arkansas field day series kicks off July 30Arkansas field day series kicks off July 30

UA will offer in-person and online field days in late summer and October.

July 20, 2021

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The kick-off field day is the Cotton Sustainability Field Day at the Judd Hill Research Farm in Poinsett County.Brent Murphree

The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture will present a series of online and in-person field days this summer that will display key research and extension programs.

The series will kick off with a Cotton Sustainability Field Day in July. The field days offer an insight into ongoing crop science research by the University of Arkansas as well as an opportunity for growers to share information and gain knowledge from experts at the University. It also allows for discussion of research needs for crop production in Arkansas. This year's meetings will be held in both in person and online formats, depending on crops.

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Field Day Schedule

Planning is in progress for three in-person field days, including:

  • July 30 — Cotton sustainability field day near Truman

  • Aug. 6 — Rice field day at the Rice Research and Extension Center near Stuttgart

  • Aug. 12 — Rice College at the Pine Tree Research Station near Colt

Online field days presented during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020 proved popular, Slaton said, so the division will present three online field days this year:

  • Aug. 12 — Turfgrass field day

  • Oct. 7 — Rice and soybean field day

  • Oct. 28 — Corn and cotton field day

Source: University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, which is solely responsible for the information provided and is wholly owned by the source. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.


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