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    April 7, 2012

    Arkansas Rice: DD50 Program Now Available For 2012 Season

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    From a press release

    The 2012 Rice DD50 program is now available here.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. There is also a link to the DD50 Users Guide which contains information about different program options.

    As a reminder, follow these steps for logging in to DD50:

    • Log-in names and passwords have been retained from 2011, but producer and field data has been deleted.
    • New individual producers and/or consultants should first enroll into the program by selecting the link for “New User? Enroll now.”
    • Enter your DD50 log-in name and password on the “University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service DD50 Log in” screen, and then select the link for “Producer Log-in.”
    • In the event that a password is forgotten, it will be sent to the participant’s e-mail address (which must be entered into the log-in box) by selecting the link for “Forgotten Password? Email my password to me.”

    Following these steps should allow you access into the DD50 program.

    If you have several producers entered and want to get directly to that producer, enter the producer’s last name in the search box of the “Enter/Edit Cards” screen and press “Find this Producer”. All producers with that name will be displayed on the screen, allowing you to select the one you need quickly.

    If you have any questions, please contact Chuck Wilson at cwilson@uaex.edu or Becky Bridges at bbridges@uaex.edu.





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