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In This Issue
Managing For Earliness
High Hopes For TCGA
What Customers Want
New Mexico’s Research Has Rich History
Many Factors Affect Cotton Demand
Editor's Note
Web Poll
Cotton's Agenda
Specialists Speaking
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
My Turn
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Current Issue: August 2012

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The Issue
Managing for earliness is a strategy for planting cotton early and then applying effective strategies that can lead to a possible harvest in August. Mississippi Delta producer Justin Cariker has had some success in employing this approach in 2012, and he intends to increase his “early” acreage as he looks ahead to the 2013 season.

Cover Photo By Tommy Horton
 

Feature Stories
Managing For Earliness
High Hopes For TCGA
What Customers Want
  Mills Remain Consistently Loyal To Best Quality
New Mexico’s Research Has Rich History
Many Factors Affect Cotton Demand

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  What's Really Beautiful? A Bloom In June
Web Poll
  2011 Vs. 2012: Crop Progress Report
Cotton's Agenda
  Promoting The Positives
Specialists Speaking
  Crop Inches Closer To Defoliation
Industry News
Cotton Ginners Marketplace
  Major Ginning Priority: Keep The Cotton Clean
My Turn
  The Long Journey


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