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Find the Best Nematode Management Tactic for Your Situation/Need With Latest ‘Focus on Cotton’ Webcast

March 26th, 2014

Memphis, TN - For producers and consultants in the Cotton Belt, nematode management can get complicated. Specific management options change for different nematode species and population densities, different yield goals, different cropping systems, and differing levels of soil variability. 

The latest free ‘Focus on Cotton’ webcast, published courtesy of Cotton Incorporated and the Plant Management Network, helps pair cotton growers’ situations and needs with the right nematode management practices. 

This webcast, titled “Management of Plant Parasitic Nematodes in Cotton” by Professor Terry Wheeler at Texas A&M University, was developed to help consultants, cotton producers, and other practitioners in the cotton growing regions of the U.S. where nematodes effect cotton production. 

By the end of this presentation, the practitioner should have a good understanding of what management options should be used for specific situations. 

This other talks in the ‘Focus on Cotton’ webcast resource can be viewed for free courtesy of Cotton Incorporated at:



Phil Bogdan, Plant Management Network, 651-994-3859, pbogdan [at] scisoc [dot] org

Brad Robb, The Cotton Board, 901-271-1316, brobb [at] cottonboard [dot] org 

About Plant Management Network:  All subscription-based information on the Plant Management Network website can be accessed for one low $38 annual subscription fee. Plant Management Network,, is a cooperative not-for-profit resource for the applied agricultural and horticultural sciences. Together with more than 80 partners, which include land-grant universities, scientific societies, and agribusiness, PMN publishes quality, applied, and science-based information for the practitioner.  

About the Cotton Board: The Cotton Research & Promotion Act established the Cotton Board as a quasi-governmental, non-profit entity to serve as the administrator of the Cotton Research & Promotion Program. Funded by America’s cotton producers and importers through the cotton check-off, the Program’s research and promotion activities are conducted worldwide by Cotton Incorporated, the Cotton Board’s sole-source contracting organization, to increase the demand for and improve the market position of cotton. 

The Cotton Research & Promotion Program continues to work in all areas of cotton’s pipeline – from the field to the consumer – to keep cotton the number one fiber choice in the U.S. For more information about the Cotton Board and the innovative activities stemming from the Program, visit


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