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In This Issue
Familiar Insect Pests Haven’t Gone Away
Pest Damage Still A Concern
‘Good Bugs’ Forage For Cotton’s Bad Guys
Understanding Data Crucial In GPS
Web Poll: Cotton’s 2011 Logistical Challenges
Cotton's Agenda: Delivering Early And Often
What Customers Want
Editor's Note: Drought, Floods Test Farmers’ Patience
Industry Comments
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Consultants Corner: Stream Of Consciousness
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
Industry News
My Turn: Feeling Lucky
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Current Issue: June 2011

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The Issue
No matter which region of the Belt is examined, the same troublesome insect pests seem to stay at the top of the list. However, as entomologists in each region will attest, more is known today about the behavior of these pests. That kind of information is invaluable in the ongoing battle each year as crop budgets are stretched to the limit.

Cover Photo By Russ Ottens, University of Georgia
 

Feature Stories
Familiar Insect Pests Haven’t Gone Away
Pest Damage Still A Concern
‘Good Bugs’ Forage For Cotton’s Bad Guys
Understanding Data Crucial In GPS
Web Poll: Cotton’s 2011 Logistical Challenges
Cotton's Agenda: Delivering Early And Often
What Customers Want
  Strongest Team Always Starts With The Farmer
 
Columns & Departments

Editor's Note: Drought, Floods Test Farmers’ Patience
Industry Comments
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Consultants Corner: Stream Of Consciousness
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Making Hydraulics Work For You At The Gin
Industry News
My Turn: Feeling Lucky

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