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Western Cotton Specialists Weigh In On Planting

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With planting underway and small seedlings emerging across the state, it is important to remember there are many things that can occur in the field affecting the survivability of those seedlings. Among those is seedling disease. Disease pressure can have a negative impact on seedling emergence and survivability, reducing stand and sometimes resulting in replanting. The two main seedling diseases ... Read More »

Bureau of Reclamation announces initial water allocations in California

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The Bureau of Reclamation recently announced the initial 2020 water supply allocation for Central Valley Project contractors within California. Allocation amounts are based on an estimate of water available for delivery to CVP water users and reflects current reservoir storages, precipitation and snowpack in the Central Valley and Sierra Nevada. “Today’s allocation comes on the heels of an operations plan ... Read More »

2019 Southeastern Ginner Of The Year Named At Annual Meeting

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Don Daily with Dexter Supply Co., also known as Modern Gin Co., was recently honored as the 2019 Southeastern Ginner of the Year at the Southern Southeastern Annual Meeting in Savannah, Georgia. Southeastern Cotton Ginners Association President Drake Perrow presented the award and shared these remarks about Daily. “The 2019 Ginner of the year literally grew up in this business ... Read More »

Where Are We Now On Tractor Incentive Funding?

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In 2018, the state began spending greenhouse gas reduction fund money from the Cap and Trade Program on the Funding Agricultural Replacement Measures for Emission Reductions Program. The FARMER Program was designed to mirror the state’s existing Carl Moyer Program but expanded upon it with considerably more funding. The first three years provided more than $332 million statewide. Unfortunately, it ... Read More »

Do Your Homework

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Study Variety Performance, Management Requirements And Soil Data When Making 2020 Cropping Choices • By Bob Hutmacher, University of California • High production costs and lower-than-desired commodity prices mean that good choices are even more important in planning for your 2020 crop. In California, over 80% of our statewide acreage typically is Pima cotton. The balance of Upland cotton is ... Read More »

Industry News For December 2019

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Book Chronicles Oliver Family Saga In The Mississippi Delta This publication traces the struggles of five generations of Olivers, from the late 1800s to the present in the Mississippi Delta. In the 1870s, James Samuel Oliver arrived in the Mississippi Delta by swimming across the Mississippi River — with a fresh bullet wound in his leg. He later journeyed deep ... Read More »