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In This Issue
Water Efficiency
What Customers Want
Sensor-Based Irrigation Proves Its Worth
Insect Control Strategies Are Crucial
Editor's Note
Cotton's Agenda
Specialists Speaking
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
My Turn: Urban Versus Rural
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Current Issue: July 2012

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The Issue
How serious is the water situation for cotton producers in the Southwest? It’s serious enough in Texas that nobody is being complacent about how to protect water supplies as the state continues to recover from last year’s drought. Some of the best examples of this proactive approach can be found on the Texas High Plains where effective irrigation occurs.

Cover Photo By Jim Bordovsky
 

Feature Stories
Water Efficiency
What Customers Want
  High Plains Improves Quality For Market Demand
Sensor-Based Irrigation Proves Its Worth
Insect Control Strategies Are Crucial

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Being Proactive Helps On Water Issues
Cotton's Agenda
  Promoting The Positives
Specialists Speaking
  Early Maturing Crop Continues On Fast Track
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Budget Cutbacks Didn’t Stop Important Cotton Research
My Turn: Urban Versus Rural


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