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In This Issue
Tankmix Options
TCGA Optimistic About 2012 Season
What Customers Want
How To Combat Early Season Thrips
FFA Chapters Win Video Contest
Cotton Incorporated Launches New TV Ads
Cotton's Agenda
Editor's Note
Industry Comments
Specialists Speaking
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
My Turn: Riding Into Town
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Current Issue: May 2012

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The Issue
One of the tools being used this year in the fight against resistant pigweed is the tankmixing of herbicides. By creating a new mode of action, cotton producers are making headway in their battle against this serious problem. However, care must be taken to make sure the herbicides are compatible before any spray applications can begin. Bruce Kirksey (right), director of research at Agricenter International in Memphis, Tenn., works with research assistant Isaac Carpenter to make sure that the proper amounts of herbicide are carefully measured.

Cover Photo By Tommy Horton

Feature Stories
Tankmix Options
TCGA Optimistic About 2012 Season
What Customers Want
  Textile Supply Chain Needs Effective Strategies
How To Combat Early Season Thrips
FFA Chapters Win Video Contest
Cotton Incorporated Launches New TV Ads

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  War On Weeds Continues To Rage
Cotton's Agenda
  A Hazy Outlook
Industry Comments
Specialists Speaking
  Warm Weather Speeds Up Planting
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  It’s Never Too Late To Learn About Ginning
My Turn: Riding Into Town


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