Tagged O.A. Cleveland

Market Analysis

Cleveland: “Pickable” Bolls Unlikely from Late Texas Blooms

August 31, 2015

The time has passed to expect any of today’s blooms to make a “pickable” boll on the High Plains. While I hope every single one of them will be picked, do not expect many to make it to the basket.

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

Cleveland: Bullish USDA Report Paints Brighter Price Outlook

August 17, 2015

Market gains of the past week announce another charge at 70 cents, leaving behind a life-of-contract low in December and painting a rosier price outlook for the out months.

Market Analysis

Cleveland: Prices Seek New Floor Ahead of USDA Reports

August 10, 2015

We had long held that the 62 to 63 cent support would hold, but the market corrected us once again.

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Market Analysis

Dog Days of August Keep Market on a Lazy Pace

July 31, 2015

In the absence of a weather event in the near turn, the dog days of August will keep this low volatility market backing and filling at a very slow pace.

Market Analysis

Cleveland: Market Movement Still Stuck in the Mud

July 24, 2015

It looks as if the cotton market is frozen in time, and some teeth may have to be pulled in order to get the market moving again.

Market Analysis

July Supply Demand Report Proves to Be a Bear in Bull’s Clothing

July 13, 2015

The release of USDA’s July supply demand report quickly turned a big bull report day into a date with the big bear.

Market Analysis

Unchanged Variables Keep Market Moving Nowhere Fast

June 22, 2015

It’s the lull before the storm, and nothing in the cotton market will change until Mother Nature makes her decisions.

Market Analysis

Marking Time Thanks to USDA, China and Mother Nature

June 14, 2015

The cotton market marked time this past week, thanks to USDA, China and Mother Nature.

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Market Analysis

Cotton Market Poised to Respond to Mother Nature

June 8, 2015

The range bound trading continues for cotton without any change in sight until time passes and Mother Nature does what

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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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Crop Inputs

Fixing Nitrogen Use Efficiency

September 3, 2015

Nitrogen use efficiency in the Mid-South is typically poor. One product aims to fix that.

Seed Varieties

Continuing a Legacy of Breeding Excellence

September 1, 2015

Deltapine’s Lloyd May understands that past successes in cotton breeding continue to open the door for more advancements.

News

Cotton Incorporated Launches Cotton Cultivated Website

September 1, 2015

Cotton Incorporated has launched Cotton Cultivated, a new website designed to provide quick and easy access to important cotton industry information.

Crop Inputs

BASF Expands Grow Smart Program

August 31, 2015

For Valdosta, GA, farmer Randy Dowdy, row crop production is an exercise in open-mindedness. The corn, soybean and cotton producer

International

China ELS Crop Could Triple

August 31, 2015

China’s production of extra-long staple cotton for 2015/16 could be three times the size of last year’s crop, thanks to new incentive programs tied to market prices.

Market Analysis

Cleveland: “Pickable” Bolls Unlikely from Late Texas Blooms

August 31, 2015

The time has passed to expect any of today’s blooms to make a “pickable” boll on the High Plains. While I hope every single one of them will be picked, do not expect many to make it to the basket.

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).