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Auxin Training & Recording Keeping

Field crop producers within North Carolina that wish to apply auxin herbicide products to auxin tolerant plants (cotton and …

Selecting Appropriate Soybean Varieties

Choosing appropriate soybean varieties to fit varied soil types, planting dates, disease complexes, nematode resistance, herbicide traits, desired maturity, …

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