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International

First Estimate of New Season Indian Cotton Crop Released

August 25, 2015

The Indian cotton crop for the new season beginning this October is estimated to be 38 million bales (170 kilograms each).

International

Pakistan Taking the Fight to Cotton Leaf Curl Virus

August 19, 2015

Pakistani officials are working to ramp up efforts in the country’s on-going battle with cotton leaf curl virus.

International

Leading Global Economist Set for ICA Trade Event

August 14, 2015

Todd Buchholz, a leading expert on the U.S. and global economy, will share his thoughts on global politics and economics during the International Cotton Association’s (ICA) “San Francisco 2015” trade event in late October.

News

Chinese Spinners Investing in New U.S. Mills

August 13, 2015

New textile jobs are coming back to the American South, but on much different terms.

International

ICE World Contract Set to Begin in November

August 12, 2015

InterContinental Exchange's new world cotton futures contract will begin trading on November 2, pending regulatory approval.

International

Chinese Import Decline Hits the Indian Spinning Sector

August 10, 2015

Cotton spinning mills in India has been hard hit by declining yarn exports, leading some in northern India to consider shutting down one day a week.

International

Stephen Harmer Pens Winning Essay for ACSA International Cotton Institute

July 16, 2015

Stephen Harmer of Jess Smith & Sons won this year’s Meister Media Worldwide essay contest for students attending the ACSA International Cotton Institute in Memphis, TN.

International

ICA Bremen Opens New Cotton Testing Laboratory

June 25, 2015

ICA Bremen has opened a new cotton testing laboratory to help meet the growing demands of the global cotton and textile industry.

International

World Cotton Contract Back on Track?

June 17, 2015

IntercontinentalExchange’s new world cotton futures contract has seemingly cleared a significant legislative hurdle in the U.S.

International

Japan Cotton Traders’ Association Joins ICA

June 1, 2015

The Japan Cotton Traders’ Association has become a member of the International Cotton Association.

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Product News

Falcon Adds Two New Automated Precision Soil Samplers

August 28, 2015

Falcon Soil Technology has added two new automated soil sampling systems to its product lineup.

Product News

HUMA GRO Adds New Boron Liquid Nutrient Formulation for Crops

August 28, 2015

BORO-MAX, a new boron 10 percent liquid nutrient formulation, is now available from HUMA GRO.

Product News

On-Farm Research Helps Ease Grower Questions About Enlist System

July 31, 2015

Southern cotton and soybean growers who have worked with the Enlist Weed Control System in on-farm research plots are now sharing their experiences.

Product News

Nufarm Introduces Panther SC Herbicide

July 24, 2015

Nufarm is introducing Panther SC herbicide, a new broad-spectrum herbicide for use in cotton and other Southern row crops.

Product News

USDA Deregulates Dow AgroSciences’ Enlist Cotton Trait

July 23, 2015

The USDA has deregulated Dow AgroSciences’ Enlist cotton trait in the United States.

Product News

Ratting Out Copper Theft

June 10, 2015

A simple alarm technology is helping to stop copper thieves who target irrigation systems.

Product News

EPA Approves New Premix for 2016 for Cotton, Soybean Weed Control

May 29, 2015

Cotton and soybean growers will have a new weed control option in 2016 with Warrant Ultra Herbicide, a premix of acetochlor and fomesafen.

Product News

Deltapine NPE Program Begins Eighth Year of On-Farm Variety Evaluation

April 28, 2015

Nearly 200 farmers will be part of the Deltapine New Product Evaluator program this year to help evaluate cotton variety candidates for the Deltapine Class of 16.

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Market Analysis

Shurley on Cotton: Where Does This Wild Season Go From Here?

August 27, 2015

Cotton’s wild ride continues, thanks to a constant barrage of economic and policy forces.

Disease Control / Nematodes

Solving the Nematode Puzzle

August 27, 2015

Growers and consultants in Georgia are finding ways to help boost yields and profits in nematode-infested fields.

Harvest

Key Considerations for Cotton Defoliation

August 27, 2015

With the 2015 cotton crop quickly winding down, it’s time for growers to be making their defoliation plans.

Weed Control

Cover Crop Considerations for This Fall

August 26, 2015

Growers should plan now for fall cover crops to help improve control of herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth in next year's row crops.

International

First Estimate of New Season Indian Cotton Crop Released

August 25, 2015

The Indian cotton crop for the new season beginning this October is estimated to be 38 million bales (170 kilograms each).

Harvest

Preserving Fiber Quality Should Drive Defoliation Decisions

August 25, 2015

When making defoliation plans, there is more economic incentive for growers to maintain fiber quality when cotton prices are low versus when cotton prices are higher.

Companion

Cotton Companion Episode 4 – Talking Nematodes and Weed Control

August 24, 2015

Cotton Grower editors Beck Barnes and Jim Steadman discuss how Georgia farmers are winning the war against nematodes. Plus, get

Market Analysis

Cleveland: Amid Turmoil, Quality Still Drives the Market

August 24, 2015

Cotton had a remarkably positive week, considering its gains in the wake of a global meltdown of commodities and equities.

Market Analysis

Plexus: Market Still Promising, But Keep an Eye on Global Financial Issues

August 21, 2015

Since August 12, the market has gained nearly 600 points, which is impressive considering what is going on in other commodities. But financial problems in key emerging markets could dampen demand – and prices.

Insect Control

Wake-Up Call for Old World Bollworm

August 20, 2015

The Old World bollworm – an aggressive global pest – has apparently found its way to the U.S.

International

Pakistan Taking the Fight to Cotton Leaf Curl Virus

August 19, 2015

Pakistani officials are working to ramp up efforts in the country’s on-going battle with cotton leaf curl virus.