UGA Cotton & Peanut Research Field Day – September 6th, 2017

The Georgia Cotton Commission, Georgia Peanut Commission, and the University of Georgia Peanut and Cotton Teams, will co-sponsor the annual UGA Cotton and Peanut Research Field Day on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, in Tifton, Georgia.  

The field day will begin at the Lang-Rigdon Farm (230 Rigdon Altman Rd, Tifton GA) with trams departing at 8:15 a.m.  We will conclude with lunch at the Tifton Campus Conference Center.

There is no cost to attend the field day, but if you plan to attend please RSVP so that we can get an accurate head count for lunch (contact Mrs. Michela Rineair at (229) 386-3006 or msrineair@uga.edu).

A printable copy of the agenda can be downloaded in the following link:        

2017 UGA Cotton and Peanut Research Field Day (Schedule) FINAL

 

 

                        2016 UGA Cotton & Peanut Research Field Day
                                          September 6th, 2017

8:00 AM      Arrive at UGA Lang Farm South (230 Rigdon Aultman Rd., Tifton, GA)

8:10 AM      Welcome and Discussion of Logistics

8:15 AM      Load Trams

8:20 AM      Whiteflies in Cotton — Roberts & Toews

8:55 AM      Cotton Physiology & Breeding — Snider & Chee

9:15 AM      Peanut Physiology — Pilon & Tubbs

9:40 AM      Peanut Varieties & Diseases — Culbreath, Branch, Brenneman & Holbrook

10:20 AM    Leave for TCCC  Parking Lot (15 RDC Rd. Tifton, GA ) (Trams to RDC Pivot)

10:45 AM   Cotton & Peanut Pathology & Fertility Kemerait & Harris

11:05 AM    Peanut Agronomy & Entomology — Monfort & Abney

11:25 AM    Cotton Agronomy —  Whitaker & Freeman

11:45 AM    Precision Agriculture & Irrigation Technologies — Porter & Velidis

12:10 PM    Leave RDC to TCCC

12:30 PM    Economics — Smith, Rabinowitz & Shurley

1:00 PM      Lunch

1:30 PM      Comments from UGA Administration, Cotton Commission and  Peanut Commission

 

Please RSVP to Mrs. Michela Rineair at 229-386-3006 or msrineair@uga.edu by Wednesday August 30th, 2017 if you plan to attend so that we can have an accurate head count for the meal.

 

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