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Texas Home Run
What Customers Want
Texas Industry Stays Optimistic
U.S. Values Shape Cotton Testing’s Future
Texan Bob Glodt Honored As 2013 CCOY
BWCC's Goals Were Achieved
Webcasts Will Aid Planting Decisions
Western Gins Like Benefits Of Solar Energy
Ginning Marketplace
Editor's Note
Cotton's Agenda
Cotton Consultants Corner
Web Poll
Specialists Speaking
Industry News
My Turn
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Current Issue: February 2014

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It might be a long time before Texas High Plains producer Robbie Harkey forgets about the huge cotton crop he produced in 2013. However, he had the winning formula – timely rains, effective drip irrigation, high-performing varieties and excellent management practices. The end result was an eye-popping four-bale yield.


Feature Stories

Texas Home Run
  Robbie Harkey Hits Four-Bale Yields On High Plains
What Customers Want
  Apparel Industry Needs More Transparency
Texas Industry Stays Optimistic
U.S. Values Shape Cotton Testing’s Future
Texan Bob Glodt Honored As 2013 CCOY
BWCC's Goals Were Achieved
Webcasts Will Aid Planting Decisions
Western Gins Like Benefits Of Solar Energy
Ginning Marketplace
  Routine Maintenance Can Prevent Many Problems
Mid-South Farm/Gin Show Tradition Continues
Web Exclusive
  It Was A Beltwide To Remember
 
Columns & Departments
Editor's Note
  Miraculous Crops Give Farmers Hope
Cotton's Agenda
  The China Factor
Cotton Consultants Corner
  2013 – Wild Ride For Missouri Cotton
Web Poll
  Confidence In Weed Control Toolbox Up
Specialists Speaking
  Promising Outlook For 2014
Industry News
My Turn
  Resilience In Missouri

 

 

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