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Teamwork Is Key To Success

carroll smith

While interviewing University of Georgia cotton specialist Dr. Jared Whitaker about cotton blue disease, he wrapped up by saying, “The more people we have working on this issue, the quicker we can figure it out.” It occurred to me that this thought is a great endorsement for teamwork. And if you want to see teamwork in action, read the cover ... Read More »

Cotton Blue Disease

cotton blue disease

Southeast Experts Share Information About Potential Threat To The 2019 Crop • By Carroll Smith, Editor • Cotton blue disease is caused by the Cotton leaf-roll dwarf virus and transmitted by aphids. Although it is not particularly worrisome for producers at this point, it has caught the attention of researchers, Extension personnel and others who work with farmers in parts ... Read More »

2017 Was An Eye-Opener

alan monroe

Bad Verticillium Wilt Years Highlight Need To Choose Tolerant Varieties. • By Vicky Boyd, Managing Editor • Alan Monroe, who farms cotton north of Plainview, Texas, never thought much about Verticillium wilt and the need for selecting varieties with tolerance to the soilborne pathogen until 2017 Last summer’s cool, wet weather later in the growing season caused Verticillium wilt to explode, ... Read More »