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Boll-Rot Watch is on in the Mid-South

September 30, 2009

Bloomberg Cotton crops in the Mississippi River Delta, a main U.S. growing region, will get more rain at the end

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EPA Approves Bollgard Phase Out Program

September 1, 2009

The U.S. EPA has approved an amendment to the registration of Bollgard cotton that will allow the planting of Bollgard

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ICAC Develops Method of Detecting Bug Resistance

August 26, 2009

via the International News The International Cotton Advisory Committee has developed a single-step, easy-to-use dip-strip to detect insecticide-resistant cotton bollworms,

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Stink Bugs Bring Late-Season Fireworks

August 20, 2009

After viewing the July 4th fireworks, cotton growers in the Southeast start watching for something a lot less enjoyable –

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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

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

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

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

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

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Looking Ahead to Cutout and Terminating Insect Treatments

August 4, 2017

Although growers are still treating cotton insects, it’s appropriate to look ahead at proper timing for terminating those treatments.

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Early Whitefly Detection Key to Successful Control

July 26, 2017

Whitefly populations are unusually high in Georgia cotton fields this season, making early detection and management essential.

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How Aggressive Should Bollworm Treatments Be?

July 18, 2017

Mississippi State entomologists offer bollworm treatment suggestions based on what has been seen in fields to date and the Bt technologies used.

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Bollworms Attack Some Texas Cotton, Sorghum

July 14, 2017

Bollworm damage to cotton and grain sorghum is ramping up across parts of Texas.

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Results of 2016 Insecticide Efficacy Survey Now Online

April 26, 2017

Results of the 2016 Insecticide Efficacy Survey for cotton, corn and soybeans are now available online.

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Tennessee Receives Section 18 for Transform in Cotton

April 21, 2017

The EPA has again approved the Section 18 Emergency Exemption for use of Transform WG in Tennessee to control tarnished plant bugs in cotton.

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New Online Tool Aids in Thrips Management Decisions

April 11, 2017

A new online tool is now available to help cotton growers better predict thrips infestations and determine options for treatment.

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Plant Bugs Off to Warm Weather Start?

April 4, 2017

Warmer than usual winter weather could mean an earlier start for plant bugs in 2017.

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Transform Receives Exemption for Plant Bug Control in Arkansas Cotton

March 30, 2017

Arkansas has been granted a Section 18 exemption for 2017 for use of Transform WG insecticide for management of tarnished plant bugs in cotton.

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Can Cover Crops Hamper Pest Management?

March 1, 2017

Growers will likely need to adjust their pest management practices to avoid crop losses when cover crops are used.

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Keep Spider Mites in Mind When Planning Burndown

February 9, 2017

Spider mite management should be a consideration in every grower’s preplant burndown plans.