Texas Blacklands farmers will have an opportunity to review research on weed and grass control in grains sorghum as well as new technologies for cotton production at the 51st Stiles Farm Field Day June 17 in Thrall.

Also, producers will have an opportunity to see a new online program that will help sort out the new options in the Agricultural Act of 2014.

Grass and weed control in grain sorghum, plus a look at new cotton technologies, will be the focus of the 51st Stiles Farm Field Day scheduled June 17 in Thrall.

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 Archie Abrameit, Stiles Farm manager and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist, explains the day’s proceedings: “We have several presentations that will be of interest to Blacklands farmers throughout the region,” Abrameit said. “After lunch, we will view an online decision aid tool that will help farmers make decisions pertaining to the new 2014 farm bill.”