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Florida: Field Corn Variety Tour Set July 8 in Jay

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A Field Corn Variety Tour is scheduled for Monday, July 8, from 10 a.m. to noon at the UF/IFAS West Florida Research and Education Center in Jay.

The UF/IFAS West Florida Research and Education Center along with UF/IFAS Extension and the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service will be hosting a tour featuring 17 varieties of field corn.


Dr. David Wright, the featured speaker, will discuss corn production, dry down, and crop options to plant behind corn.  Representatives from DynaGrow, Pioneer, DeKalb, and NKSeeds will also be on hand to discuss their varieties and what they are seeing in other part of their regions.

To assist in meal planning, please RSVP with Janice at the Jay, Santa Rosa County Office 850-675-3107 or Libbie 850-475-5230 at the Escambia County Office.

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