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Key issues to be addressed at Beltwide Cotton Conferences
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Sep '11
Early room reservations for the 2012 Beltwide Cotton Conferences now can be made through October 31 -- as a special benefit to National Cotton Council and Cotton Foundation members only. The forum is set for January 3-6 at the Orlando World Center Marriott.

Conference information, including instructions for early housing and registration, is available at website. In addition, all previous Beltwide Cotton Conferences attendees will be mailed a printed informational brochure.

Key agronomic, pest management, economic and policy reports are being planned for the Beltwide Cotton Production Conference. Among key issues to be addressed is herbicide resistance prevention/management, various insect pest concerns ranging from plant bug pressure to secondary insect pest problems, and managing cotton with the changing arsenal of crop protection products.

Interaction and information sharing will be encouraged between producer speakers, panelists and attendees on these and other topics in the Cotton Production Conference workshops. Attendees will be able to discuss management strategies with producers and university experts from across the Cotton Belt. They also will be able to hear updates on new chemistries, plant varieties, equipment and emerging technologies from industry representatives.

National Cotton Council of America


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