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Program Expands to Entomology

August 20, 2009

The Cotton Incorporated Fellow’s (CIF) Program has been very successful in attracting, training and placing young scientists in cotton breeding

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AgriThority Adds Dr. Neil Forrester

August 11, 2009

AgriThority LLC, an independent field and clinical data-through-delivery product and market development company specializing in crop and animal agriculture, horticulture

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Bt Cotton Reduces Pesticide Use in India

July 31, 2009

Fiber2Fashion After the introduction of Bt cotton, use of pesticides for cotton crops in India been greatly reduced, though not

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Insects Expose Chink in Armor of GM Cotton

July 8, 2009

From nature.com Laboratory studies suggest that it may be possible for insects to overcome two disparate toxins produced by genetically

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Spider Mites: A Season Long Concern

May 20, 2009

To control spider mites in cotton, you have to hit them hard and hit them early, say growers in one

The New Mighty Mite

May 11, 2009

There is one very distinct difference in the two spotted spider mite and every other cotton insect. That would be

Cheminova Announces New Fungicide Portfolio Manager

March 17, 2009

Brent Byers has joined Cheminova as Fungicide Portfolio Manager. “Brent has a diverse background in sales and marketing and the

Pests Attack When Cotton is Most Vulnerable

March 12, 2009

Fortunately, cotton diseases ― Pythium, Fusarium, Rhizoctonia and Phytophthora ― are not annual problems and are mostly weather related. But

Patience Is Tough When Pests Are In The Field

February 26, 2009

It’s amazing what you’ll hear just shooting the breeze with cotton growers and consultants on the turn row. Earlier this

Whitefly Tune-Up

February 26, 2009

Cotton growers are becoming more creative in treating for whitefly, now that they have a much broader selection of controls.

2007 Has Been Nothing Short Of A Plant Bug Nightmare

February 25, 2009

Leonard is a research entomologist at the LSU Ag Center’s Macon Ridge Station in Winnsboro, LA, and he said that

Plant Bugs Are Enemy No. 1

February 9, 2009

According to data from Mississippi State University, tarnished plant bugs are not only the No. 1 most damaging pest, they

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Don’t Relax Yet on Plant Bug Treatments

July 26, 2016

Although many cotton fields in the Mid-South are approaching cutout, it’s not yet time to back off on plant bug treatments.

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Keeping a Watchful Eye on Plant Bugs

June 22, 2016

Plant bugs are back. Diligent scouting and careful management can help lessen their impact.

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Growers Urged to Comment on Aldicarb Re-Registration

June 13, 2016

Cotton growers in the Mid-South have until June 22 to comment on re-registration of aldicarb for use in the region in 2017.

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Start Putting Plant Bug Plans in Place

June 13, 2016

Early planted Mid-South cotton is beginning to square. Growers need to be on alert for plant bug activity.

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EPA Approves Five Section 18s for Transform in Cotton

June 8, 2016

The EPA has granted Section 18 emergency use exemptions in five Mid-South states for use of Transform insecticide for control of plant bugs in cotton.

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AgriLife Extension: Monitor and Treat Early for Cotton Thrips

May 17, 2016

With cotton planting underway across the High Plains, cotton producers should be on the lookout for thrips and be prepared to treat, if needed.

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Tennessee Sets Cotton Scout School

May 17, 2016

Tennessee’s annual Cotton Scout School is set for May 27 in Jackson.

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States Seeking Transform Exemption for Plant Bugs

May 6, 2016

Three Mid-South states have requested emergency exemptions to use Transform for tarnished plant bug control in cotton.

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New Webcast Addresses Thrips Management Strategies

May 3, 2016

A new webcast focusing on thrips management strategies for the Southeast has been added to the Focus on Cotton online series from the Plant Management Network and Cotton Incorporated.

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Providing Sudden Impact in Worm Control

April 8, 2016

Twenty years ago, Bollgard technology came to U.S. cotton fields. Cotton production hasn’t been the same since.

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AgriLife Extension Scout School Set for April 5

March 24, 2016

The Texas Panhandle Scout School, hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, will be held April 5 in Amarillo.