West Texas Ag Chemicals Institute Conference Webcasts Now Live on PMN
Webcasts from the 65th Annual West Texas Ag Chemicals Institute Conference, held in Lubbock, Texas, are now available Open Access on PMN, thanks to the support of Cotton Incorporated.
The webcasts cover a range of topics: “Texas IPM Program Update,” “Smart Machines for Weed Control and Beyond,” “Flag the Technology Update,” “Chemical Drift and Your Potential Liability,” “Laws and Regulations Update,” “Cover Crop Use in Semi-Arid Regions,” “Management Strategies for Bacterial Blight in Cotton,” and a panel discussion, “2017 Experiences ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.’”View these webcasts and more in PMN’s Focus on Cotton resource.
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