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by Clint Thompson, University of Georgia
The most destructive adversary to impact cotton production since the boll weevil is costing cotton farmers potential yields and profit.
Farmers have to work diligently to keep up with the herbicide-resistant weed, technically known as Palmer amaranth.
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We have reached that time of year. The graduation gowns are being bought. Bucket lists are being reviewed. Seniors begin to cherish the “this may be the last time…” moments. Much too soon, “selfies” from bored students waiting in ceremonies will be flooding your Facebook newsfeed.
Here in the Brock Center, two of our own will be walking the stage on June 16th and entering through the gateway to the real world. While we are sad to be losing two seniors, we are excited to see where their path in the agriculture industry will lead them. We are also thrilled to welcome two new additions to the the team – Alex Beeler and Jordan Dunn!
Team Brock has exciting plans following the end of this school year and we want to share their plans with you!
After graduation, Ray will intern at Filament Marketing in Madison, Wis., for the summer. Filament…
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