Friday, December 9, 2022

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Cotton Represented

South Carolina And Georgia Producers Named 2022 Southeastern Farmers Of The Year S ince its inception in 1990, the Swisher/Sunbelt Ag Expo Southeastern Farmer of the Year Award has evolved into the most prestigious honor in the...


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Editor's Note

Ol’ Man River — The Mighty Mississip’

F or most of my childhood, I grew up about 10 miles west of Vidalia, Louisiana, where the Mississippi River bridge crossed over to Natchez,...

Cotton's Agenda

A Functional Forum

The National Cotton Council-coordinated 2023 Beltwide Cotton Conferences (BWCC) will provide research results and other timely information on topics ranging from dicamba usage to...

Specialists Speaking

2022 Cotton Crop Recap

  ALABAMA | Steve M. Brown I’m ready to sit down. We’ve almost made it to the end of 2022. My work crew this season consisted of my...

Research & Promotion

Telling The Story Of U.S. Cotton To Brands And Retailers

T he visionary cotton producers who formed the Cotton Research and Promotion Program in the 1960s knew that to stay relevant in our industry they...

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Ginning Marketplace

TCGA Requests Nominations For Ginner Of The Year

N ow is the time to begin sending in your nomination for the Texas Cotton Ginners’ Association Ginner of the Year. Please consider taking the...

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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...