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Southeast Cotton Conference to highlight marketing, production

Join us Jan. 27 for the Southeast Cotton Conference in Rocky Mount, N.C., at the Nash Community College.

The annual conference sponsored by Southeast Farm Press is a forum for upper Southeast growers to discuss issues related to cotton marketing and production. The cost of the conference is $20 at the door, $10 in advance. Breakfast and lunch are included in the cost. Application is being made for Certified Crop Advisor CEUS and pesticide credits with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture.

Last year, the annual Southeast Farm Press-sponsored conference changed locations to the Rocky Mount, N.C., site to an enthusiastic response.

The spacious facilities of the Business and Industry Center on the campus of the Nash Community College in Rocky Mount, N.C. offer separate exhibitor and speaker areas to give growers ample opportunity to interact with speakers during the conference.

The conference is shaping up again to offer growers and others in the industry timely topics related to marketing, production and trends.

Speakers will discuss the current situation in the textile industry and what it means for cotton growers.

Experts with the Cooperative Extension Services at Virginia Tech, North Carolina State University and Clemson University will speak on cultural practices, varieties and insect and weed control.

Seed companies will be on hand to answer questions about new varieties for the 2004 growing season.

Narrow-row cotton will also be discussed. We're also working on a grower panel to share ideas.

The Carolinas Cotton Growers Cooperative will give away a bale of cotton by drawing during the conference. Traditionally, the cooperative has bought back the bale from the winner. Door prizes will also be given away during the conference.

For more information, contact Cecil Yancy at 910-938-3061.

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