Cotton Insect Newsletters

The Edisto Research & Education Center in Blackville, South Carolina publishes a weekly newsletter between May-September with environmentally-specific information on insect pests, cotton, and trap data to the growers of South Carolina and surrounding areas. In 2009 the newsletter changed to add soybean crop information.

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    Cotton Insect Newsletter
    (2008-09-03) Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service
    The Edisto Research & Education Center in Blackville, South Carolina publishes a weekly newsletter between May-September with environmentally-specific information on insect pests, cotton crops, and trap data to the growers of South Carolina and surrounding areas.
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    Cotton Insect Newsletter
    (2008-08-28) Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service
    The Edisto Research & Education Center in Blackville, South Carolina publishes a weekly newsletter between May-September with environmentally-specific information on insect pests, cotton crops, and trap data to the growers of South Carolina and surrounding areas.
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    Cotton Insect Newsletter
    (2008-08-21) Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service
    The Edisto Research & Education Center in Blackville, South Carolina publishes a weekly newsletter between May-September with environmentally-specific information on insect pests, cotton crops, and trap data to the growers of South Carolina and surrounding areas.
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    Cotton Insect Newsletter
    (2008-08-14) Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service
    The Edisto Research & Education Center in Blackville, South Carolina publishes a weekly newsletter between May-September with environmentally-specific information on insect pests, cotton crops, and trap data to the growers of South Carolina and surrounding areas.
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    Cotton Insect Newsletter
    (2008-08-07) Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service
    The Edisto Research & Education Center in Blackville, South Carolina publishes a weekly newsletter between May-September with environmentally-specific information on insect pests, cotton crops, and trap data to the growers of South Carolina and surrounding areas.