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2011 Beltwide Cotton Conferences
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Sep '10
Beltwide Cotton Conferences will take place in from January 4-7 in 2011 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. Housing reservations are open to the general public beginning on November. 3.

General Session
The forum's objective is speeding the transfer of cutting edge and emerging technology to U.S. cotton producers and other industry members, with overall goals of strengthening U.S. cotton's competitive position in domestic and world markets and increasing industry members' profitability.

Topics include:

• Washington and Trade Policy
• Emerging Technology's Value to Cotton Production
• Pest Management
• Grower Panel

Workshops & Seminars
An opportunity to obtain in-depth information in a more personalized setting is available to attendees through participation in workshops and seminars. Feedback from attendees in these settings is beneficial to researchers and can often aid in fine-tuning research to better address needs across the Cotton Belt.

Topics include:

• New Developments from Industry
• Agronomic Issues
• Cotton Insect Management
• Cotton Economics
• Cotton Disease Identification and Problems
• Nematodes on Cotton

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National Cotton Council of America


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