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Person County is home to 36,385 acres of cropland, with 14,971 acres of soybeans, 5,092 acres of tobacco, 8,222 acres of wheat, and 2,245 acres of corn. Of these, Tobacco has the most market value of agriculture products sold, coming to $25,394,000. (data from North Carolina Agriculture Statistics and National Agricultural Statistics Service) Person County is also the only county located in the Piedmont that is within the top 10 tobacco producing counties in the state.

The Field Crops Program is designed to support these growers by providing educational opportunities and valuable information from NC State and NC A&T specialists.

Tobacco Production Information

Grain Production Information

Pesticide Continuing Education Credits

Field Crop Newsletters

Field Crop Research