Posts Tagged ‘crops’

59th Peanut Field Day set for Sept. 8


The 2011 North Carolina Peanut Field Day takes place Sept. 8 at the Peanut Belt Research Station in Lewiston-Woodville. N.C. State University faculty members will be on hand to discuss the latest research in disease, insect and weed management as well as variety development.


Corn has emerged in recent years as one of North Carolina‚Äôs more important crops. Twenty years ago, North Carolina grew around half a million acres of corn each year; today that number is around a million acres. While the value of the crop obviously varies with the market, corn is typically worth well over $300 […]

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