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Cotton Production

Bayer Seeks Entries for FiberMax One Ton Club for the 2013 Season

February 8, 2014

Bayer CropScience and FiberMax cotton invite growers to enter the FiberMax One Ton Club for 2013 to be recognized for

Cotton Production

Seven New FiberMax and Stoneville Varieties Coming in 2014

January 10, 2014

Bayer CropScience has announced seven new FiberMax and Stoneville cotton varieties for the 2014 season. Four new varieties contain new

Cotton Production

TwinLink Technology Available for 2014 in FiberMax and Stoneville Varieties

January 8, 2014

TwinLink cotton technology from Bayer CropScience has received all necessary U.S. and international approvals and will be commercially available in

Marketing

FiberMax Continues as Title Sponsor for Nation’s Largest High School Basketball Tourney

December 19, 2013

Nearly 90 top high school basketball teams from across Texas will hoop it up December 26-28 at the 55th Annual

Cotton Production

FiberMax Welcomes Record Number of Growers Into One Ton Club

April 19, 2013

Overcoming a two-year drought in the Southwest, a record number of FiberMax growers achieved one-ton yields during the 2012 season.

Seed Varieties

FiberMax Recognizes Record Number of ‘One Ton’ Growers

May 10, 2012

Overcoming the costliest drought in Southwest history with more than half of Texas cotton acres abandoned, a record number of

News

FiberMax Donates $25,000 in Towels to Southwest FFA Chapters

May 8, 2012

Bayer CropScience donated $25,000 of Certified FiberMax Cotton bath towel sets to Southwest FFA chapters – on behalf of FiberMax

Seed Varieties

Texas Grower Enjoys Certified FiberMax Program Advantages

August 24, 2010

Southwest cotton grower Tullie Struve of Olton, Texas, markets his cotton through CropMark Direct, one of the three exclusive marketing

Promotion

FiberMax Honors 2010 One Ton Club Inductees

April 20, 2010

Bayer CropScience recently hosted the fifth annual FiberMax One Ton Club awards banquet to honor the 2009 class of One

Seed Varieties

FiberMax Calls for One Ton Club Entries

November 10, 2009

Bayer CropScience is looking for top cotton growers to join its FiberMax One Ton Club class of 2009. Growers can

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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.

Disease Control / Nematodes

Velum Total Approved for Cotton, Peanuts in 2015

February 12, 2015

Bayer CropScience has received registration for Velum Total, a new insecticide/nematicide for use in cotton and peanuts in 2015.

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Market Analysis

Cotton Prices Itching to Move Higher, as Growers Ponder Acreage Shifts

March 27, 2015

The market has shown it is comfortable with higher prices, as planting and production dynamics hold the potential for larger than expected U.S. cotton plantings.

News

Cotton Inc. Urges Grower Input for Natural Resource Survey

March 27, 2015

Cotton Incorporated is urging cotton growers to participate in an online Natural Resource Survey to help direct industry efforts to improve and promote U.S. cotton’s sustainability.

International

China National Cotton Exchange to Buy U.S. Cotton through The Seam

March 25, 2015

The Seam and the China National Cotton Exchange are working together to expand opportunities for U.S. cotton sales to buyers in China.

Common Thread

The Buzz Continues Over Pollinator Health

March 24, 2015

With a federal plan for honey bee protection in the works, the U.S. cotton industry points to successes and braces for more challenges.

International

ICA to Conduct “Managing Risk” Training Prior to 2015 Annual Trade Event

March 24, 2015

The International Cotton Association will conduct its “Managing Risk” training course on October 28-29 in San Francisco, prior to the opening of the association’s Annual Trade Event.

Precision Technology

Precision Team: Topcon Acquires Digi-Star

March 23, 2015

Topcon Positioning Group has acquired Digi-Star, a global agricultural solutions provider of precision equipment for feeding, planting, fertilizer, and harvest equipment manufacturers.

Market Analysis

Cleveland: Market on Path to Higher and Higher Lows

March 20, 2015

Cotton prices bounced back in response to the time-honored adage, “low prices cure low prices.” But there are still a few bumps and curves along the way.

Market Analysis

Plexus: Market Bumps on Weaker Dollar and U.S. Supply Questions

March 20, 2015

While most commodity prices turned lower again, cotton rallied a bit, thanks to a constructive U.S. export sales report. But the big question going forward is how many tenderable grades are left in the U.S.?

Planting

Choose the Right Mix for Spring Burndown

March 19, 2015

Judging by the phone calls he’s receiving, Tom Barber, University of Arkansas Extension weed scientist, says that burndown applications are at the top of growers’ priority lists.

News

Proposed “Waters of the U.S.” Rule Overly Burdensome, Says NCC

March 17, 2015

A proposed rule to define “waters of the United States” under the Clean Water Act would require costly federal permits for many common and essential farming practices, says the National Cotton Council.

International

New ICA Bylaws & Rules Become Effective April 1

March 17, 2015

A new, revised edition of the International Cotton Association’s Bylaws & Rules for cotton trading becomes effective April 1.