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In This Issue
Can Better Prices Increase Cotton Acres?
What Customers Want
It's Important To Know Your Legislator
Young Plants Must Be Protected
Ginning Marketplace
Editor's Note
Cotton's Agenda
Specialists Speaking
Cotton Consultants Corner
Web Poll
My Turn
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Current Issue: April 2013

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The Issue
Is it possible that recent cotton price increases could have an immediate impact on how much cotton will be planted in different regions of the Belt? Mississippi Extension cotton specialist Darrin Dodds, Arkansas consultant Dale Wells and Arkansas ginner Maleisa Finch believe it’s possible, but they say it’s difficult to predict how much of an increase.

Cover Photo By Darrin Dodds
 

Feature Stories
Can Better Prices Increase Cotton Acres?
What Customers Want
  Cotton Buyer’s Goal Today: Best Quality
It's Important To Know Your Legislator
Young Plants Must Be Protected
Ginning Marketplace
  Research Keeps Industry Ahead Of Regulatory ‘Curve’

 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Cotton's Price Increase Looks Promising
Cotton's Agenda
  TPP – The Devil Is In The Details
Specialists Speaking
  New Season Creates More Optimism
Cotton Consultants Corner
  In This Area, ‘ We Grow Cotton’
Web Poll
  Readers Make Pre-Season Predictions
My Turn
  Another Challenge For Cotton


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