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Contamination Prevention in 2020

Contamination Prevention in 2020

The National Cotton Council urges cotton producers, ginners and other industry members to strive for zero contamination this year. Contamination remains a serious threat to the quality and reputation of U.S. cotton in the global fiber marketplace.... More
Beckham County Cotton

Beckham County Cotton

We travel to Beckham County to revisit a cotton producer whom we first met when he was trying to plant a crop in standing water.... More
Georgia Cotton Rebounds After 2018 Hurricane Season

Georgia Cotton Rebounds After 2018 Hurricane Season

With Hurricane Michael wiping out a majority of the 2018 cotton crop in Georgia, this year's harvest is more important than ever for growers. And while less than ideal weather during growing season might have impacted quantity, the quality remains the same.... More
2019 Cotton Harvest

2019 Cotton Harvest

Mississippi State University Extension Service agronomist giving an overview of the 2019 cotton harvest in the state. Footage shows cotton growing in the field and ready to be picked.... More
Cotton Update

Cotton Update

Seth Byrd has an update on the cotton crop and advice for producers as they near harvest.... More
Disease Scouting in Cotton

Disease Scouting in Cotton

Heather Kelly with University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture goes over diseases to look for in cotton fields this summer.... More
Cotton Planting Hurt by Heavy Rains

Cotton Planting Hurt by Heavy Rains

Cotton acreage was expected to increase significantly in Louisiana, but the weather may not allow for it. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux gives an update on Louisiana’s cotton crop.... More

Cotton acres expected to increase in Louisiana

Cotton acres expected to increase in Louisiana

Louisiana cotton farmers are expected to have a much larger crop this year, mostly at the expense of soybean and possibly corn acres. Exactly how large an increase will not be known until all the planting is done, sometime in May. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux has the story.... More
Cotton Growers Hoping for Better Industry Conditions in 2019

Cotton Growers Hoping for Better Industry Conditions in 2019

After seeing a near 10% drop in prices in 2018, cotton growers are hoping for something better heading into the new growing season. Damon Jones attended the annual Beltwide Cotton Conference in New Orleans, and learned how recent legislation could have a positive effect the industry.... More
Cotton Update

Cotton Update

We get a recap of the 2018 cotton crop from Seth Byrd and learn about the upcoming cotton webinar.... More
Cotton Update

Cotton Update

We get an update on the Oklahoma cotton crop from Extension Cotton Specialist Seth Byrd.... More
Profit Potential Rises with Early-Season Protection

Profit Potential Rises with Early-Season Protection

Cotton growers know early-season yield robbers like thrips can make or break a successful season. Proactive decisions are key. Pair seed with Aeris, Trilex Advanced and COPeO Prime to limit early-season pests and protect yield potential when it can be most comprised. When growers use a seed trea... More
Stonewall Disease with Variety Selection

Stonewall Disease with Variety Selection

Seeing more disease in your cotton fields? Bayer agronomist Andy White discusses how planting high-performing Stoneville® varieties, ST 5020GLT, ST 4949GLT and ST 4946GLB2, can provide season-long protection against yield-robbing diseases.... More
Making Cover Crops Work in Cotton

Making Cover Crops Work in Cotton

It's no secret that cover crops provide benefits, but making them work with cotton can prove challenging. In this video, researchers with the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture and Tennessee producers explain why its worth the effort.... More
Manage Disease With Resistant FiberMax Cotton Varieties

Manage Disease With Resistant FiberMax Cotton Varieties

To protect cotton yields from bacterial blight and Verticillium wilt, growers can plant high-performing FiberMax varieties with industry-leading disease packages.... More
Fiber Quality Comes First With FiberMax FM 1953GLTP

Fiber Quality Comes First With FiberMax FM 1953GLTP

Growers need a cotton seed variety that is bred to produce excellent fiber quality even when faced with stressful conditions, such as worm pressure.... More
Boost Cotton Yield Potential With FiberMax FM 1830GLT

Boost Cotton Yield Potential With FiberMax FM 1830GLT

Cotton growers looking for an excellent fiber package should turn to FiberMax FM 1830GLT.... More
First Responders Learn About Grain Bin Safety

First Responders Learn About Grain Bin Safety

We see how firefighters and grain operators are learning about grain bin safety in a demonstration trailer designed and managed by DASNR and Fire Services Training.... More
Manage Disease With Resistant Fibermax Cotton Varieties

Manage Disease With Resistant Fibermax Cotton Varieties

To protect cotton yields from bacterial blight and Verticillium wilt, growers can plant high-performing FiberMax varieties with industry-leading disease packages. ... More
The Largest Oklahoma Crop Since The 1930s

The Largest Oklahoma Crop Since The 1930s

We head back to western Oklahoma to see how the faith in the cotton crop is paying off for a local business and a cotton family.... More
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