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In The Path Of The Storm

Hurricane Idalia — What Happened To Cotton In the Southeast? ⋅ BY CARROLL SMITH ⋅ EDITOR At the end of August, Hurricane Idalia entered the Gulf of Mexico and slammed into Florida’s Big Bend region as a...


Breaking News

Editor's Note

Giving Thanks

November is a special time for everyone involved in agriculture. For the cotton folks, harvest is over or winding down, and the crop is...

Cotton's Agenda

Taking Care Of Business

Cotton Council International, the National Cotton Council’s export promotions arm, is elevating U.S. cotton fiber and manufactured cotton products around the globe with its...

Specialists Speaking

Wrapping Up The Season

TEXAS | Ben McKnight As the 2023 growing season begins to wind down for several growers across Texas, it is now apparent that many similarities in...

Research & Promotion

Cotton Incorporated’s Efforts In Asia

The cotton market is truly global in scope. The United States exports around 80% of its produced cotton fiber each year and imports about...

My Turn

The Embodiment Of Hard Work

My Turn, Again

Hauling Rocks

Ginning Marketplace

NEW I-9 Published

The U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services has announced the development of a new I-9 Employment Eligibility Form. All new hires or re-hires after Nov....

Regional Report

Optimizing Irrigation Water In Oklahoma

Cotton Incorporated Focuses On Four-Prong Approach Water and irrigation management are among the most essential production practices for growing cotton today. The limited amount of...

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2023 Season-Long Weed Control Tips

How To Obtain A Maximum Return On Your Cotton Investment ⋅ BY CASSIDY NEMEC ⋅ ASSOCIATE EDITOR Adam Hixson, technical service representative for BASF, recently went through...

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