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Your invitation to discover dryland cotton further south


A new non-traditional cotton growing area has been unearthed. For the first time dryland cotton is being grown at Willow Tree, the southern most point of the Upper Namoi Valley.

Come along to see dryland cotton in action at the two demonstration sites, run by growers new to cotton themselves. Discover how dryland cotton could be a successful and profitable cropping option for your farm.

WHEN Tuesday 18 February, starting at 9:00 and finishing at 12:00 for lunch

WHERE

DEMONSTRATION ONE – ‘ Yarrabah’, Merriwa Road, Willow Tree

DEMONSTRATION TWO – ‘The Berwicks’, Blackville Road, Willow Tree

RSVP Contact Paul Brady, Monsanto Regional Business Manager on 0409 935 513 or paul.1.brady@monsanto.com

Get first hand experience of what’s involved with growing dryland cotton:

  • Listen to speakers covering topics such as cotton agronomy through to ginning
  • Agronomic management practices including row configurations, cotton variety options and planting times
  • Talk to the growers and network with representatives from the Upper Namoi Cotton Growers Association, Monsanto, CSIRO and Cotton Seed Distributors
  • Learn how you can increase your farm’s profitability and discover a new broad spectrum weed control option with dryland cotton

So come down to uncover a new profitable cropping option for your farm. For more information contact Paul Brady on 0409 935 513 or paul.1.brady@monsanto.com