Southwest Alabama crop tour is Aug. 9

June 2005
Southeast Farm Press;6/1/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 15, p20
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The article focuses on a crops tour which will provide southwest Alabam's farmers with a comprehensive view of production issues and emerging technology. The tour will be held on August 9. The tour is sponsored by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station in partnership with the Alabama Farmers Federation and the U.S. department of agriculture's Agriculture Research Service. Some of the topics that will be covered during the tour will include precision agriculture, conservation-tillage, crop disease detection and management and the new Conservation Security Program.


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