January 5, 2016
Bayer has announced the release of three new FiberMax and Stoneville varieties for 2016, all featuring the company’s GlyTol, LibertyLink and TwinLink technologies.
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.
February 8, 2014
Bayer CropScience and FiberMax cotton invite growers to enter the FiberMax One Ton Club for 2013 to be recognized for …
January 10, 2014
Bayer CropScience has announced seven new FiberMax and Stoneville cotton varieties for the 2014 season. Four new varieties contain new …
January 8, 2014
TwinLink cotton technology from Bayer CropScience has received all necessary U.S. and international approvals and will be commercially available in …
December 19, 2013
Nearly 90 top high school basketball teams from across Texas will hoop it up December 26-28 at the 55th Annual …
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. …
May 10, 2012
Overcoming the costliest drought in Southwest history with more than half of Texas cotton acres abandoned, a record number of …
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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.
March 24, 2016
Greenleaf Technologies has launched the company’s new easyFlow closed transfer system for the North American 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.
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.
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.
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.