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Market Analysis

Little Price Movement as Market Watches Planting, China

May 2, 2016

There was scarce cotton news the market found interesting in the past week. Now, all eyes are on Mother Nature and the Chinese cotton auction for price direction.

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Episode 16 – Cotton’s Politics

April 22, 2016

Reece Langley of the National Cotton Council joins Cotton Grower editors Jim Steadman and Beck Barnes to discuss all of cotton’s interests in the political arena – from the oilseed designation to the trouble in Turkey.

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Market Analysis

Bulls and Bears Collide in Eventful Market Week

April 18, 2016

An exciting, bullish week for cotton prices turned bearish, as prices ran ahead of demand, the Chinese announced reserve sale plans, and USDA released its April WASDE report.

Promotion

Building Demand Bale by Bale

April 13, 2016

New technologies and innovations developed for cotton are helping grow usage for the fiber, strategically and methodically.

Insect Control

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.

Crop Inputs

Pest Management Help on the Horizon

April 6, 2016

Weed and insect challenges in cotton may never change. But several new technologies are showing promise for the fights ahead.

Market Analysis

Riding Out Cotton’s Flooded Market

April 2, 2016

Joe Nicosia says better days are coming. But American cotton must persevere as China finally unloads its massive reserves.

Planting

USDA Projects 9.56 Million Cotton Acres in 2016

March 31, 2016

USDA’s March 31 Prospective Plantings report projects that U.S. cotton growers will plant 9.56 million acres in 2016 – an 11% increase over last year.

Market Analysis

Cleveland: All Eyes on USDA Planting Intentions

March 28, 2016

As prices remain unchanged and China remains quiet, the cotton market awaits the USDA planting intentions report for possible good news.

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Episode 15 – On Raging Against the Machine

March 24, 2016

In the latest episode of The Cotton Companion, Cotton Grower editors Jim Steadman and Beck Barnes discuss Chinese culpability in light of current cotton prices, plus reminisce on the 20th anniversary of Bollgard and the impact that technology continues to have on the cotton industry.

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Product News

Record Yields Set by 2015 FiberMax One Ton Club

May 4, 2016

The 127 members who qualified for the FiberMax One Ton Club pushed cotton yields and quality to higher levels in 2015.

Product News

Meister Media Worldwide Website Relaunches With New Resources

April 22, 2016

Meister Media Worldwide — publisher of Cotton Grower magazine – has relaunched its corporate website, highlighting information and services available from one of agriculture’s leading media companies.

Product News

ReinCloud Promises Remote Control

April 18, 2016

New software set to combine irrigation management and data collection – all in the palm of your hand.

Product News

Search Begins for Deltapine Class of 17

April 14, 2016

Deltapine’s NPE program is nine years old, and the search for the company’s Class of 17 cotton varieties is underway.

Product News

Texas Farmer First to Plant Enlist Cotton Variety

April 11, 2016

Dean Hansen of El Campo, TX, was the first cotton grower in North America to plant the first commercially-available cottonseed with the Enlist cotton trait.

Product News

New Options for Roundup Ready PLUS Program

March 25, 2016

The Roundup Ready PLUS Crop Management Solutions program for 2016 includes a new tool for weed management and new incentives for farmers looking to fight insect pests in corn.

Product News

Greenleaf Launches easyFlow Closed Transfer System

March 24, 2016

Greenleaf Technologies has launched the company’s new easyFlow closed transfer system for the North American market.

Product News

AgLogic Launches Aldicarb Product in Georgia

March 15, 2016

Growers in Georgia will be able to use a new aldicarb pesticide in 2016 for nematode and early season pest control.

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Cotton Production

Episode 18 – Another Potential Merger Pops Up

May 26, 2016

In the latest podcast, our editors discuss the potential Bayer/Monsanto merger, and Dr. Mike Buschermohle of the University of Tennessee provides his thoughts on how precision ag practices and tools can help cotton growers increase efficiency and save some money.

Planting

Guidelines for Replanting Decisions

May 24, 2016

There are no definitive guidelines for making replant decisions. But a list of factors to consider may help make those decisions a bit easier.

News

NCC Sets P.I.E. Program Tour Dates for 2016

May 24, 2016

The National Cotton Council (NCC) has scheduled tour dates and locations for the 2016 Producer Information Exchange (P.I.E.) Program, sponsored

News

Proposed Transform Label Drops Cotton

May 23, 2016

EPA is proposing a new registration for Transform that does not include cotton or other blooming crops. Public comment period is open until June 17.

Market Analysis

Planting Progress, China’s Reserve Auctions Driving Market

May 23, 2016

Cotton futures had a few triple digit days this past week. Yet, thanks to a combination of influences, the bulls carried the week – if only slightly.

Cotton Production

New Webinar Explains Irrigation Efficiency with Soil Moisture Sensors

May 19, 2016

A new webcast to help improve irrigation practices through the use of soil moisture monitors has been added to the Focus on Cotton online series.

Market Analysis

Shurley on Cotton: Prices Get a Much Needed Bounce

May 19, 2016

April was a good month for cotton prices. So far, May hasn’t been, but prices seem to be attempting a slight recovery.

Cotton Production

Cotton Explosion Looming for Kansas?

May 18, 2016

Thanks in part to a new cotton technology, producers in Kansas could be ramping up their cotton acres over the next few years.

Insect Control

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.

Insect Control

Tennessee Sets Cotton Scout School

May 17, 2016

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

News

Bayer Eyeing Monsanto for Possible Merger?

May 17, 2016

Bayer may be exploring a potential bid for Monsanto in a deal that would create the world’s largest supplier of seeds and farm chemicals.