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.
The Enlist Weed Control System is slated for introduction in cotton in 2016.
A new line of broadcast spray-hoods will offer growers greater drift control while also improving the spray coverage and efficacy of the chemicals being applied.
Like most fifth graders, 11-year-old Britton Pointer gets excited about his after-school activities on the farm. After all, he had his own 10-acre circle of cotton to manage last season.
This season, Bayer CropScience is set to introduce TwinLink, a dual-gene trait that offers season-long Bt protection against worm pests, as well as tolerance to full label rates of Liberty herbicide.
As precision agriculture practices drift closer and closer to the mainstream with each passing year, cotton producers around the country are taking notice.
Ask James Kamas about the cotton varieties he plants on his Texas farm, and he’ll surprise you with the level of detail he goes into.