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Last spring, many Mid-South peanut farmers were ready to throw in the towel. Then the sun came out, temperatures began to warm and the crop started making up for last time. Comment?
Al Rankins says that unless you're involved in the day-to-day operations of the Delta Council, you might never know all the roles the organization plays in improving the lives of residents of the region. Rankins says it wasn't until he became chairman of the Council's Development Department and of its Flood Control Committee that he began to see its full impact. Comment?
Reversing the continuing decline of the Mississippi River Delta aquifer will require growers to adapt tools and techniques to use water more efficiently, and for many it will necessitate a different way of thinking, says Chip Morgan, executive vice president of the Delta Council. BILL LONG, DuPont Company, Greenwood, Miss.; Chip Morgan, Delta Council, Stoneville, Miss.; and Winston Earnheart, Earnhart Ag Consulting, Tunica, Miss., discuss Delta water issues. Comment?
BILL LONG, left, DuPont Company, Greenwood, Miss., and Winston Earnheart, right, Earnhart Ag Consulting, Tunica, Miss., discuss ag issues with Chip Morgan, executive vice president of the Delta Council. ALLEN MCKNIGHT from left, Delta AgriConsulting, Greenville, Miss., discusses products with Byrne Carpenter, Nichino America, Senatobia, Miss.; and Taylor Riddick, Helena Chemical Company, Batesville, Miss. Comment?
"Even though we're a rural, agriculture-oriented state, we all know many of today's kids - and parents - don't know about farming or where their food comes from," says Hugh Arant. "With the Farm Families of Mississippi media campaign, we're trying to get information about what we do out to the next generation in such a way that they will know more about our very important industry." Comment?
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