Cotton Incorporated Hosting Pathways to Progress Webinar
By Cotton Incorporated
Over the last 35 years, U.S. cotton producers, researchers, and industry organizations have been committed to implementing innovative farm-level technologies, management systems, and conservation practices. These improvements have led to increases in cotton fiber yield while bettering our natural resources. Now, the U.S. cotton industry is preparing for the future by setting goals on the path towards sustainable farming. To learn more, join Cotton Incorporated on Tuesday, May 11 at 2 p.m.
Cotton Incorporated’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Dr. Jesse Daystar and Vice President of Agriculture and Environmental Research, Dr. Kater Hake will discuss the goal-setting process by the U.S. cotton industry as well as the path producers, researchers, and stakeholders are on to achieve these goals.
This webinar will also focus on the sustainability goal to increase land-use efficiency and how this goal is heavily connected to the other five sustainability goals:
- Increase soil carbon
- Decrease greenhouse gas emissions
- Decrease soil loss per acre
- Decrease water use
- Decrease energy use
To register for this webinar visit: https://cottonworks.zoom.us/webinar/register/.
Final Auxin Certification Training Set for May 14th
By Peter Dotray
Several auxin certification trainings have already been conducted in 2021 and the final training session is set to take place next week, Friday, May 14.
These satisfy the US Environmental Protection Agency mandatory dicamba training and the Texas Department of Agriculture requirement for approved dicamba and 2, 4-D formulations.
The training session will be virtual by ZOOM ONLY and will start at 9 AM lasting 1 hour. One CEU will be provided in Laws and Regulations category and the cost to attend is $10.
Please use the following registration link if you want to participate in the final session of: https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/organizationListings/209. Attendees for the training will be sent an “invitation to join” by email about an hour before the training.
There will continue to be opportunities of “online” trainings. As well as there is both English and Spanish versions of the 2021 Auxin Specific Applicator Training Course that can be found at https://agrilifelearn.tamu.edu/product?catalog=AGCH-001. The online fee to access these courses is $25.
If you have questions, contact Peter Dotray at 806-834-3685 or by email at email@example.com.