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    January 18, 2013
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    Georgia Cotton Production Meeting Set For Atkinson And Coffee Counties

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    Guy Collins, University of Georgia Extension Cotton Specialist, will update Atkinson and Coffee County growers about 2013 variety choices and new information on production practices during a joint meeting on January 29 at the Coffee County Extension Office.

    The office is located at 709 East Ward Street in Douglas, and the meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. and includes dinner.

    Attendees will receive the 2012 Cotton Production Handbook and the Pigweed Herbicide Management Guide.

    Please call 912-384-1402 or 912-422-3277 if you plan to attend. That helps ensure enough food is on hand for dinner.

    Two hours of private and commercial pesticide pesticide application hours will be given.

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