As drought conditions in Texas linger, cotton research companies ramp up their efforts for water efficiency.
Researchers at Bayer CropScience say new advances are yielding results in the hunt for nematode tolerant genes.
A harvesting trip to Texas changed the way Tommy Butner thought about yields on his own Tennessee farm.
Companies often wait more than a decade before seeing their new research ideas in the commercial market.
For Dan Taylor of Ropesville, TX, collecting agriculture artifacts and mementos has always been a passion. Now, after a career spent in agriculture, he has taken a step back from teaching, ginning and farming to share his sentimental connection to history.
Young cotton professionals around the globe are once again gearing up for first class learning opportunities this summer in Memphis and Lubbock.
After years of toil and innovation, John Deere is introducing the John Deere CS690 Cotton Stripper, hoping to bring the proven successes of on-board module-building harvesters to much of the Southwest.
A change in Chinese cotton policy could set global stocks on the right path. But at what cost?
The U.S. textile industry has quietly attracted a noteworthy amount in foreign investments, and U.S. cotton producers are one of the primary reasons why.
A smartphone app designed to simplify module registration is gaining popularity among growers and ginners.