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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

Promotion

FiberMax Honors New Class of One Ton Growers

May 11, 2009

Bayer CropScience recently hosted the fourth annual FiberMax One Ton Club awards banquet to honor the 2008 class of One

Disease Control / Nematodes

FiberMax Okra Leaf Varieties Perform in South Texas

March 17, 2009

Bishop, TX, cotton grower Ronnie Smith needs cotton varieties that yield and grade well in the arid Coastal Bend area,

Uncategorized

FiberMax Promotes Certified Fiber Quality

March 9, 2009

Fiber quality has never been as important as it is today throughout the cotton industry. Gins desire clean, contamination-free cotton

Seed Varieties

Certified FiberMax: Connecting High Quality Cotton Growers and Buyers

March 9, 2009

As U.S. cotton growers prepare for their ninth harvest of FiberMax cotton, the Certified FiberMax Cotton program remains in place

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Product News

It’s a Deal: Bayer to Acquire Monsanto

September 14, 2016

Bayer and Monsanto have announced an agreement under which Bayer will acquire Monsanto for approximately $66 billion in an all-cash transaction.

Product News

How Fiber Quality Became So Valuable

September 14, 2016

Textile expert Dean Etheridge explains the meteoric rise of fiber quality on the global market.

Product News

Cotton Cultivated Website Adds Custom Weather Feature

September 1, 2016

Cotton Cultivated – Cotton Incorporated's producer information website – now features a new weather tool tailored for cotton growers.

Product News

ChemChina/Syngenta Deal Gets U.S. Foreign Investment Approval

August 22, 2016

ChemChina and Syngenta have received a key clearance for the proposed consolidation of the companies.

Product News

Enlist Cotton Trait Earns Full Export Approval

August 10, 2016

Cotton varieties containing Dow AgroSciences’ Enlist trait now have full export approval in key countries.

Product News

Spray Equipment Offer Helps Maximize On-Target Applications

August 3, 2016

A new spray technology equipment offer can help growers participating in Roundup Ready PLUS Crop Management Solutions upgrade their sprayers to maximize on-target applications.

Product News

EPA Allows Sale and Use of Existing Belt Inventory

August 2, 2016

The U.S. EPA’s Environmental Appeals Board has upheld an earlier decision to cancel registration for Bayer's insecticide Belt, but is allowing sales of existing stocks to growers for use.

Product News

Indigo Launches Water Efficiency Product for Cotton

July 26, 2016

Boston-based research firm Indigo has launched its first commercial product – Indigo Cotton – which helps improve the cotton plant’s water use efficiency.

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Market Analysis

Cleveland: Bulls Ride Prices into the Mid-70s

September 23, 2016

Two weeks ago, we suggested that the USDA supply demand report would be neutral and the market would drop, yet only to reverse to and jump higher. It jumped this week. Wildly higher.

News

Proposed Mergers Could Increase Cotton Seed Prices

September 23, 2016

According to a Texas A&M study, proposed mergers by leading biotechnology firms would result in steep price increases for cotton seed and smaller increases for other grain crops.

News

Ag Companies Defend Merger Deals on Capitol Hill

September 21, 2016

Officials for Monsanto, Bayer and other ag companies defended their proposed merger plans before the Senate Judiciary Committee, insisting that the deals would mean greater investments in technology to help American farmers.

Precision Technology

MoneyBoll: Bringing a Data Revolution to Cotton

September 20, 2016

Much like statistics revolutionized baseball, Lubbock-based GISC is poised to bring a similar data revolution to cotton.

Promotion

Cotton Board Announces Cotton Calendar Photo Contest

September 19, 2016

The Cotton Board is looking for a top cotton photo to feature in their 2017 Industry Calendar. But act quickly. The contest ends October 5.

Market Analysis

Cleveland: The Bear/Bull Balance Continues

September 19, 2016

Cotton prices ended the week lower, but made gains after triple digit losses in trading that followed USDA’s September supply demand report.

Companion

Episode 23 – How Could Bayer/Monsanto Impact U.S. Cotton?

September 19, 2016

In the latest episode of The Cotton Companion, Cotton Grower editors Beck Barnes and Jim Steadman examine a flurry of breaking news in cotton, headlined by the announced merger of Bayer and Monsanto.

Market Analysis

Shurley on Cotton: Market Unhappy with September Estimates

September 15, 2016

Whatever the market was expecting from the September WASDE report, it didn’t get. So prices reacted accordingly – down.

Seed Varieties

Deltapine Holds Top Spot in 2016 Planted Varieties

September 15, 2016

Deltapine retained the top spot as the top cottonseed brand planted in the U.S. this year. But a strong performance – and the top planted variety – vaulted Americot up the USDA rankings.

News

NCC Urges Broad Look at Global Fiber Markets

September 14, 2016

The National Cotton Council is seeking greater transparency of fiber production policies in other countries – including synthetic fibers – to help determine how they impact the global cotton market.

News

Cotton Highlights from September WASDE Report

September 12, 2016

Production and ending stocks are up slightly in USDA’s September World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates, while export and consumption numbers remain steady.