About Cotton Grower

The cotton industry is rich with tradition. But it’s also a dynamic and challenging market that requires dedicated coverage and attention. For decades, that role has been filled by the Cotton Media Group of Meister Media Worldwide.

Cotton Grower is a time-honored brand among growers, allied crop consultants, ginners, suppliers, researchers and others who help make the U.S. one of the world’s leading cotton producing nations. It provides a unique mix of content geared to help today’s sophisticated cotton growers achieve high yields, production efficiency and marketing success.

CottonGrower.com provides timely insight into the news and issues impacting the industry right now, including features on production, new technologies, weed and insect management, marketing, legislation, global trade issues, events and in-depth cotton coverage that goes beyond just the news.

The Cotton Media Group also publishes a weekly e-newsletter and provides custom print and online content, special events and other industry initiatives to help keep U.S. cotton growers up to date and globally competitive.

Cotton Grower and CottonGrower.com are based in the Cotton Media Group offices – 8000 Centerview Parkway, Suite 114, Cordova, Tennessee 38018.

 

Contacts:

Mike Gonitzke, Publisher, 901-756-8822, Ext. 11, magonitzke@meistermedia.com

Beck Barnes, Senior Editor, 901-756-8822, Ext. 14, bbarnes@meistermedia.com

Jim Steadman, Field and Online Editor, 901-756-8822, Ext. 12, jsteadman@meistermedia.com

Latest News

Planting

2015 Tennessee Cotton Variety Guide Available Online

December 16, 2014

The 2015 Tennessee Cotton Variety Guide is now available online.

Planting

2014 Mississippi Small Plot Trial Data Now Available

December 15, 2014

Data from the 2014 Mississippi Small Plot Cotton Official Variety Trial is now available through Mississippi State University.

Market Analysis

Market Bumps Up on News of Smaller U.S. Crop Numbers

December 15, 2014

USDA’s lower projections for U.S. cotton production should strengthen the current global demand shift in favor of U.S. cotton. The implication is a relative higher price.

News

USDA Posts Final EIS for Monsanto Dicamba-Tolerant Cotton and Soybeans

December 15, 2014

USDA has posted its final Environmental Impact Statement for Monsanto’s dicamba-tolerant cotton and soybean varieties in the Federal Register, beginning a 30-day review period before the agency publishes its final decision on deregulation of these varieties.

Opinion

The True Value of Cotton LEADS

December 14, 2014

“If you don’t tell your own story, somebody out there is going to tell it for you,” a Texas farmer told me. “And they won’t always tell it correctly.”

News

NCC Schedules STAX/Farm Bill Webinars

December 12, 2014

As a follow-up to the Stacked Income Protection Plan/Farm Bill workshops conducted over the past month, the National Cotton Council is hosting four regional information webinars on December 17 and 18.

News

Production Estimates Down, Exports Steady Says USDA

December 11, 2014

Based on information contained in USDA’s December World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, U.S. cotton production is down slightly over earlier projections, while export numbers remain unchanged.

News

Texas Entomologists Watching “Crazy” New Pest

December 10, 2014

Texas Extension entomologists are keeping an eye on the movements of the tawny crazy ant, a relative newcomer to the state that could potentially cause some serious headaches for row crop producers.

Cotton Production

High Quality Cotton Pays Off for the U.S.

December 10, 2014

It’s time to face facts. Quality cotton – especially U.S. high quality cotton – is now driving world demand.

International

Port Problems Choking U.S. Cotton Exports

December 9, 2014

Congestion and labor issues at major West Coast ports are threatening the timely delivery of U.S. cotton to China ahead of a key deadline for imports to arrive.

Raising More Profit

Seed Treatments Provide Protection for Fast Starts – and Profitability

December 8, 2014

With the loss of tried and true in-furrow products, cotton growers have embraced seed treatments as their best insurance to help their crops get off to a good start.