Field crops — tobacco, soybeans, corn, cotton, peanuts, sweet potatoes, forages and small grains — pervade North Carolina’s rural landscape. North Carolina Cooperative Extension helps growers maintain profitability by providing the latest research-based information and recommendations on the best varieties and production practices for the state’s conditions. Extension also helps growers comply with changing regulations, investigate new higher-value opportunities, develop solid business plans and explore marketing options.
Congratulations to these Currituck County agriculture producers for their outstanding yields during 2013 crop year. Barco Brothers, Inc. of Shawboro have been recognized for the highest wheat yield in Currituck County and the MORE »
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Administrative Professionals Association Herter-O’Neal Scholarship News Release Nominations are being sought for a $750 scholarship offered by the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Administrative Professionals Association (NCCEAPA) through March 15, MORE »
Regional DMV Farmer’s Forum: Laws and Regulations that the Agricultural Community Must Comply With The Extension Centers of Camden, Currituck, Gates, Pasquotank, and Perquimans are partnering with the Farm Bureau Federations of their MORE »
They weren’t spreading rumors, but they were sharing some of the outstanding accomplishments of Cooperative Extension in Currituck at the annual Report to the People held on February 18th. A room full of MORE »
Spring is almost here and it is time to get into shape! NC Cooperative Extension is introducing the Get Fit Currituck program which allows parents, teachers, and community members to be active and MORE »
Education and learning are essential for improving lives of individuals and society. That is the belief of Cooperative Extension in Currituck and the organization works diligently to provide outstanding learning opportunities for individuals, MORE »