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How to Handle Round Modules at the Gin

How to Handle Round Modules at the Gin

This chapter is for gin managers/superintendents, gin module feeder employees, and other gin employees.... More
Whiteflies Are Back with a Vengeance

Whiteflies Are Back with a Vengeance

Don't let their size fool you. Although extremely small, the whitefly can pose huge problems for cotton growers around the state as harvest season approaches.... More
China Buying US Commodities

China Buying US Commodities

China is buying more U.S. commodities for the upcoming marketing year, according to the American Farm Bureau. AFBF Economist Veronica Nigh says the analysis includes corn, wheat, potatoes, sorghum, and cotton.... More
Production for 2020 Cotton Crop Raised to 18.1 Million Bales

Production for 2020 Cotton Crop Raised to 18.1 Million Bales

The Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service has released the first survey-based production forecast for the 2020/21 U.S. cotton crop.... More
NCC Continues Advocacy with Senate and House Members on COVID Relief

NCC Continues Advocacy with Senate and House Members on COVID Relief

The National Cotton Council continues to advocate with Senate and House Members the need for cotton and textile specific language that directs USDA to assist cotton textile mills and merchandisers, along with parameters for the support to crop producers.... More
Soil pH & Cotton

Soil pH & Cotton

Brian Arnall has information about his study into soil pH and cotton.... More
Measuring COVID-19 Impact on U.S. Cotton Industry

Measuring COVID-19 Impact on U.S. Cotton Industry

The National Cotton Council estimates the total economic damage to the cotton industry from the COVID-19 pandemic is around 4.3 billion dollars. Dr. Gary Adams, President and CEO of the National Cotton Council, explains the impact the pandemic has had not only on cotton producers but textile man... More

Introduction to Prevention of Plastic Contamination

Introduction to Prevention of Plastic Contamination

Sources of potential plastic contamination and how they affect the textile processing, resulting in a decrease of demand for US cotton.... More
Regional Analysis of the 2020 Cotton Crop

Regional Analysis of the 2020 Cotton Crop

For the 2020 crop year, the Department of Agriculture projects a 17.5 million bale U.S. cotton crop. This projection is based on a June 30th acreage report that showed 12.2 million planted acres of cotton.... More
Cotton Update

Cotton Update

We get an update on the Oklahoma cotton crop from Seth Byrd.... More
Managing Pigweed with New Dicamba Regulations

Managing Pigweed with New Dicamba Regulations

With cotton and soybeans now in the ground, the biggest enemy to any grower is pigweed. Combatting that problem became even more difficult with the recent ruling against the use of certain Dicamba based products.... More
World Cotton Consumption Expected to Bounce Back

World Cotton Consumption Expected to Bounce Back

World cotton consumption is expected to bounce back to 114 million bales in 2020, according to the latest report from the Department of Agriculture. We caught up with Dr. Jody Campiche, Vice President of Washington Operations for the National Cotton Council, to review the Department’s expectatio... More
Cotton Council International Joins Sustainable Apparel Coalition

Cotton Council International Joins Sustainable Apparel Coalition

Cotton Council International (CCI), the overseas export promotion arm of the National Cotton Council, recently joined the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, or SAC.... More
Cotton and USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

Cotton and USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

The Department of Agriculture announced its initial round of relief for the United States’ agriculture sector. Of the $19 billion package, $3 billion will go toward the department’s purchase of food products for donation to food banks and other feeding programs across the country. The remaining ... More
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
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