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NPOV :Alabama Cooperative Extension System, written almost entirely by a news and public affairs employee at ACES, so needs some neutral eyes to give it a going-over to check for both neutrality, and layout/content inclusion, etc.
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This article has unfortunately been the subject of what appear to be promotional and POV edits. This edit states Removed:Notability - Company notable on several fronts, many not disclosed here. Citations - Needed citations listed, if more are required, advise. Advertisement - Does not read as such. Subjective Manner - More than subjective, due to earlier edit.
There is no consensus on notability, as evidenced in the 2012 AfD. The addition of primary source references does not contribute towards demonstrating notability.
Independent reliable sources are desirable, per the policies linked to in the user welcome message. Editors unsure of how to interpret such policies can request help (as advised) and/or enquire at places like the Teahouse.
Anyone with a potential conflict of interest is advised to declare such. It has been previously noted (by different editors) that the article reads somewhat like a promotional/advertising piece. There are a number of corporate articles classified GA, which should serve as examples of non-promotional articles which present genuinely encyclopedic information.
Perhaps a further independent review of the article would be able to provide comment regarding subjective/objective content.