Dear Neil. Protecting their land is something cotton growers do every day. It’s not a fly-by Cause of the Day for them – although it might be for you.
Dow AgroScience is ramping up outreach and education efforts to make sure cotton producers are ready for the introduction of the Enlist Weed Control System for cotton in 2016, pending regulatory approval.
Spring rains may have caught West Texas cotton producers like David Warren off guard this season. But they didn’t mind one bit.
Cotton growers are recognizing that using record keeping software to keep an eye on crucial data can translate to on-farm success.
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.