Tagged Breeding

Common Thread

Defensive Specialist Helps Blunt Impact of Cotton Leaf Curl Virus

March 9, 2015

Dr. Jodi Scheffler’s work is helping solve problems and improve cotton production around the world.

News

Pellow to Succeed Anderson as PhytoGen R&D Lead

January 9, 2015

John Pellow is succeeding David Anderson as PhytoGen global breeding leader for cotton at Dow AgroSciences.

Insect Control

Genome Mapping Signals Brighter Days for U.S. Cotton

December 6, 2014

At a time when growers rely increasingly more on genetic advancements in yield and fiber quality to keep cotton economically viable, cotton breeders and researchers are excited about the possibilities that genome mapping brings to variety and trait development.

Disease Control / Nematodes

Nematode Research on the Rise

October 30, 2014

Take a peek at the seed company pipelines, and you’ll notice a common theme – nematode control.

Crop Inputs

Bayer CropScience Opens New Cotton Research Greenhouse in Memphis

September 4, 2014

Bayer CropScience has opened its newest cotton research facility – a $17 million, 76,000-square foot state-of-the-art greenhouse and headhouse addition to its existing site at Agricenter International in Memphis, TN.

Cotton Production

Water Issues Often Leave Growers Feeling High and Dry

July 1, 2014

As drought conditions in Texas linger, cotton research companies ramp up their efforts for water efficiency.

Disease Control / Nematodes

UGA Cotton Breeder Focusing on Nematode Resistance

June 13, 2014

A University of Georgia cotton breeder's work to develop DNA markers for genes resistant to root knot nematodes is making solid progress.

Around The Gin
Product News

EPA Approves Enlist Duo Herbicide for Use in Additional States

April 2, 2015

The EPA has approved Enlist Duo herbicide for use in nine additional states, including four in the Cotton Belt.

Product News

New 2015 CROPLAN Cotton Varieties Feature Bollgard II XtendFlex Technology

March 19, 2015

WinField is adding Monsanto’s new Bollgard II XtendFlex cotton trait to two new CROPLAN cotton varieties for 2015.

Precision Technology

New Features for TeeJet Aeros 9040 Field Computer

March 18, 2015

TeeJet has added new features to its Aeros 9040 Field Computer for 2015.

Precision Technology

TeeJet Launches New DynaJet Flex Nozzle Control System

March 17, 2015

The new DynaJet Flex 7120 nozzle control system from TeeJet Technologies helps growers manage spray quality across a variety of operating speeds and application rates.

Product News

New Cheminova Chemistry to Help Control Herbicide Resistant Weeds

February 23, 2015

Cheminova plans to register pethoxamid, a new herbicide active ingredient, to help growers manage herbicide-resistant weeds.

Product News

Brake Herbicide Receives Section 18 Approvals in Six States

February 18, 2015

Brake Herbicide has received Section 18 emergency use exemptions for control of glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth in six cotton producing states.

Precision Technology

TeeJet Matrix 430 Provides Simple, Easy-to-Use Guidance

February 18, 2015

TeeJet Technologies’ new Matrix 430 GNSS guidance system is ideal for a wide range of field applications.

Precision Technology

TeeJet Launches RX520 High-Precision GNSS Receiver

February 17, 2015

TeeJet Technologies has introduced the RX520 dual frequency GNSS receiver for precision farming operations.

Latest News
News

USDA Announces 2015 Cotton Loan Rate Differentials

April 17, 2015

USDA’s Farm Service Agency has announced the 2015-crop loan rate differentials for Upland and extra-long staple cotton.

Promotion

Cotton Incorporated Launches New Television Commercials

April 17, 2015

Cotton Incorporated’s newest advertising program hopes to remind consumers “Cotton. It’s Your Favorite for a Reason.”

News

FiberMax One Ton Club Celebrates 10 Years, Honors 183 Growers

April 17, 2015

Bayer CropScience celebrated ten years of the FiberMax One Ton Club and honored 183 growers for producing one ton yields in 2014.

Planting

Don’t Let Early Season Thrips and Weed Management Impact Seedling Vigor

April 17, 2015

Increased challenges in early season thrips and weed management can potentially impact the value of vigorous cotton seedling growth.

Insect Control

Mississippi Scout School Schedule Set

April 16, 2015

Mississippi State University has scheduled five scout schools in late May and early June.

Planting

Late Cotton Burndown Strategies

April 15, 2015

With cotton planting set to begin soon, many growers are looking for burndown options for their cotton acres.

Planting

Choose Proper Seeding Rate for Optimum Plant Populations

April 15, 2015

With cotton planting ready to begin, it’s important for growers to keep the difference between seeding rates and plant populations in mind.

Insect Control

Georgia Scientists Seek Public’s Help in Tracking New Stink Bug

April 14, 2015

University of Georgia entomologists are asking Georgians to help track an insect that loves to stow away in homes and could potentially hurt the state’s crops, including cotton.

Weed Control

Specialists Outline Resistant Weed Management Strategies for NC

April 14, 2015

Growers need to remember that even when cotton prices are relatively low, there are no cutting corners when it comes to managing resistant weeds.

News

NCC Names New Economic Services Director

April 13, 2015

Dr. Jody Campiche has been named director of the National Cotton Council’s Economic Services Department.

News

NCC Sets P.I.E. Program Tour Dates for 2015

April 10, 2015

The National Cotton Council has scheduled tour dates and locations for the 2015 Producer Information Exchange (P.I.E.) Program.