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How To Manage Desert Southwest Water Efficiently

In the arid regions of the desert Southwest, water is by far the most limiting resource for crop production systems. As such, it is an extremely valuable resource to producers and an incentive to conserve and use with utmost efficiency. Irrigation and crop production systems in the desert Southwest have evolved to include techniques that conserve water resources and improve ... Read More »

From The Ground Up

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John Deere, Case IH Show Off New Products At The World Ag Expo Designed With Efficiency In Mind BY VICKY BOYD MANAGING EDITOR With acre upon acre of outdoor and indoor exhibits, the World Ag Expo near Tulare, California, offers growers three days to see manufacturers’ latest wares as well as proven products. John Deere and Case IH were two ... Read More »

2019 Georgia Quality Cotton Awards

The 2019 Georgia Quality Cotton Awards were presented recently at the Georgia Cotton Commission’s 13th Annual Meeting and University of Georgia Cotton Production Workshop in Tifton. The awards are co-sponsored by the Georgia Cotton Commission and BASF and administered by the UGA Cotton Team. The purpose of the awards is to recognize producers and ginners of high-quality cotton fiber and ... Read More »

2020 World Cotton Outlook Remains Fluid

U.S.-China Phase 1 Implementation And Coronavirus Bring New Uncertainties National Cotton Council economists point to a few key factors that will shape the U.S. cotton industry’s 2020 economic outlook. This past year can be characterized as a year with significant uncertainty and volatility in the global economy and the world cotton market. On Jan. 15, 2020, Trump signed the Phase ... Read More »

Special Report: CCI Officers And Directors Named

Richard L. (Ricky) Clarke III, a merchant from Cordova, Tennessee, will serve as president of Cotton Council International (CCI) for 2020. CCI is the National Cotton Council’s export promotion arm and carries out programs in more than 50 countries under the COTTON USA trademark. Clarke, who moves up from CCI first vice president, succeeds Hank Reichle, a cooperative official from ... Read More »

Well Restoration Worthy Of Another Look

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Water wells are a tricky business. From the moment a well is drilled, it’s generally designed to “run to failure” much akin to “planned obsolesce” on a cell phone. Even some well rehabilitation efforts often operate on the same premise. If a water well is not producing what it was originally designed to produce, both water and crop yields suffer ... Read More »