Tuesday, November 29, 2022

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2023 Seed Variety Guide

The menu of cotton varieties from which to choose in 2023 includes a host of high-yielding, good quality selections. To help you get started, seed companies from across the Cotton Belt provided information about their...


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Editor's Note

Observations, Options And Opportunities

Spending the early morning hours out on a cotton farm or in university or industry test plots is a time for reflection, for watching....

Cotton's Agenda

Smart Stewards

The U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol was honored that its climate smart project was funded under USDA’s Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities program. What is this environmental...

Specialists Speaking

End-Of-Season Considerations

TEXAS | Murilo Maeda Cotton harvest has already started in West Texas (in our northern counties) as I write this in early October, and by the...

Research & Promotion

CottonBoard.Org Website — Same Name, New Look And Feel

The Cotton Board’s public-facing website, CottonBoard.Org was recently updated and refreshed. A new look and feel, along with added features, make this website an...

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Yesterdays With William

Going, Going, Gone?

Ginning Marketplace

Mystique Surrounds Season’s First Bale Of Cotton

Early summer across the Cotton Belt often means weed and disease pressure, but it also signals that coveted first bale of the season. According to...

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Cover Crops Can Decrease Input Costs

I recently attended the Conservation Systems Cotton and Rice Conference in Jonesboro, Arkansas. One of the most discussed cotton issues was the rising cost of...

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Texas A&M AgriLife to lead historic ‘climate-smart’ investment

⋅ By Kay Ledbetter ⋅ Texas A&M AgriLife Research is anticipating the largest competitive grant in the organization’s history, up to $65 million, to execute a...