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Nematode Control

Know How To ID Early Season Stand Loss And Cotton Diseases

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• By Thomas Isakeit • Early season stand loss of cotton could be the result of fungal pathogens or, in the case of some fields in the Upper Coast counties (e.g. Wharton and Fort Bend), high populations of reniform nematodes. Seedling death from fungi can vary from season to season and severe impacts are usually associated with cool, wet conditions ... Read More »

Early Season Kick-Off

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• SPONSORED CONTENT • Growers Launch into 2019 Planting Season with AgLogic™ Aldicarb At a time when crop protection choices are dwindling, growers have options in 2019. AgLogic™ aldicarb has made a rather remarkable comeback in the marketplace. Originally marketed under the brand name Temik, aldicarb was mostly unavailable to growers for several years until 2016. “I told growers after ... Read More »

Aldicarb Labeled In Tennessee For 2018

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By Scott Stewart, IPM Extension Specialist —  It came as kind of surprise to me to find out that AgLogic 15G (aldicarb), a replacement for Temik, is labeled in Tennessee. My understanding is that the label will expire June 30. Thus, those wanting to apply this product in-furrow for control of thrips and nematodes in cotton can do so in ... Read More »

Deltapine Names Class Of 18 Varieties

Marking the 10th year of the New Product Evaluator Program, Deltapine cotton recently announced the addition of seven new varieties to its lineup. The roster includes the full commercial launch of five Bollgard 3 XtendFlex cotton varieties as part of the Class of 18. These were tested and proven to perform at a high level by select farmers participating in ... Read More »

Writing The Book

West Texas Producer Keeps Field Histories To Track Trends And Help With Future Seasons’ Planning By Vicky Boyd, Managing Editor — Kevin Belt farms by the book.The producer of cotton and other row crops near Plainview, Texas, keeps a three-ring notebook with him to record agronomic activities throughout the season. Each field has its own page, where Belt notes variety, ... Read More »

2018 Seed Variety Guide

Yield, Quality And Traits The menu of cotton varieties from which to choose in 2018 includes a host of high-yielding, good quality selections. To help you get started, seed companies from across the Cotton Belt provided information about their headliners on pages 10, 11, 12, 13 and 16 in the annual Seed Variety Guide published by Cotton Farming. Discuss priorities ... Read More »