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In This Issue
Desire To Succeed Describes The Rookie
EPA Addresses Oil Spill Rule
First Line Of Defense
A New Trio Hits The Field
Variable Rate Fertility
From the Editor
Rice Producers Forum
USA Rice Federation
Specialists Speaking
Industry News
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Current Issue: January 2011

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Marketing Strategies
Garrett Marsh is not actually a rookie farmer since he has worked for their family farm in Madison Parish, La., since, in his words, “from the time I was old enough to see to drive a vehicle.” After graduating college in 2004, he came back to the cotton, corn and soybean operation – Marsh Farms – and, in 2006, began farming about 800 acres on his own. Click here to read more.
 

Feature Stories
Desire To Succeed Describes The Rookie
  Garrett Marsh finishes his second year of
  rice production
EPA Addresses Oil Spill Rule
  What the SPCC rule means for producers
First Line Of Defense
  Seed treatments step up to protect young, vulnerable rice plants
A New Trio Hits The Field
  LSU AgCenter announces three new rice varieties
Variable Rate Fertility
  ‘It’s a money making thing,’ says Arkansas producer

Columns & Departments
From the Editor
  They’ve got your back
Rice Producers Forum
  Mexico: A rice market like no other
USA Rice Federation
  The 112th Congress: More bipartisan?
Specialists Speaking
Industry News

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