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Raising More Profit

Handling Nematodes By Committee

April 2, 2015

As Extension specialist Bob Kemerait explains, effective nematode control is still possible despite the loss of Temik.

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New Varieties Provide Yield and Quality Upgrades Vital for Profitability

February 1, 2015

As cotton producers know, the cost of inputs and the cost of a pound of cotton have recently been moving in opposite directions. When prices are floundering, a cotton producer has only one favorable variable: superior cotton varieties.

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Top Five Tips for More Efficient and Profitable Cotton Production in 2015

January 20, 2015

A little attention to these details could give growers a better shot at maximizing their cotton bottom line for 2015.

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Seed Treatments Provide Protection for Fast Starts – and Profitability

December 8, 2014

With the loss of tried and true in-furrow products, cotton growers have embraced seed treatments as their best insurance to help their crops get off to a good start.

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Quality Will Carry U.S. Growers Through the 2015 Crop

December 1, 2014

Today, the international textile spinning sector recognizes U.S. cotton as some of the very best in the world, making the U.S. the world’s primary shopping center for high quality cotton.

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Manage Resistant Weeds Economically and Efficiently

August 14, 2014

Despite herbicide resistance, growers can still manage weed pests with an eye on profitability.

Battling Cotton’s Yield-Robbing Insect Pests
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Battling Cotton’s Yield-Robbing Insect Pests

August 13, 2014

As plant bugs are literally eating away profits in the Mississippi Delta, leading entomologists weigh in on control at the

Events

Raising More Profit Seminars Coming to Tifton and Lubbock in August

July 15, 2014

Cotton Grower magazine and Bayer CropScience continue their series of Raising More Profit seminars this summer with sessions in Tifton, GA on August 19 and in Lubbock, TX on August 26.

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SLIDESHOW: Highlights from the Memphis Raising More Profit Event

July 8, 2014

With an eye on putting more money in the wallets of America’s cotton producers, the Raising More Profit tour started

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Texas Cotton Growers Produce High Yields with FM 1830GLT

June 25, 2014

Texas cotton growers share their experiences with FM 1830GLT, a FiberMax variety with GlyTol LibertyLink TwinLink technology for controlling weeds and

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Product News

PhytoGen Names Winners in Best Yielder Club Sweepstakes

June 29, 2016

A North Carolina cotton grower was named grand prize winner in the 2016 PhytoGen Best Yielder Club sweepstakes.

Product News

Monsanto Donates Research Center to Local Foundation

June 27, 2016

Monsanto Company has donated its 150-acre Leland Agronomy Center to The B.F. Smith Foundation, a nonprofit organization in the Mississippi Delta.

Product News

Record Yields Set by 2015 FiberMax One Ton Club

May 4, 2016

The 127 members who qualified for the FiberMax One Ton Club pushed cotton yields and quality to higher levels in 2015.

Product News

Meister Media Worldwide Website Relaunches With New Resources

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.

Product News

ReinCloud Promises Remote Control

April 18, 2016

New software set to combine irrigation management and data collection – all in the palm of your hand.

Product News

Search Begins for Deltapine Class of 17

April 14, 2016

Deltapine’s NPE program is nine years old, and the search for the company’s Class of 17 cotton varieties is underway.

Product News

Texas Farmer First to Plant Enlist Cotton Variety

April 11, 2016

Dean Hansen of El Campo, TX, was the first cotton grower in North America to plant the first commercially-available cottonseed with the Enlist cotton trait.

Product News

New Options for Roundup Ready PLUS Program

March 25, 2016

The Roundup Ready PLUS Crop Management Solutions program for 2016 includes a new tool for weed management and new incentives for farmers looking to fight insect pests in corn.

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Opinion

Cotton Incorporated Strikes Back

June 28, 2016

When bullies come after our industry, who is better equipped to stare them down than Cotton Incorporated?

Weed Control

Cut Down on Weed Escapes

June 28, 2016

As new types of resistance appear, 2016 could become a banner year for pigweed escapes.

News

Caucus Schedule Set for Cotton Board Nominations

June 27, 2016

The caucus schedule for Certified Producer Organization and Certified Importer Organizations tasked with nominating candidates to fill vacancies for a three-year term on the Cotton Board has been set.

International

Indian Association Wants Free Trade for Cotton

June 27, 2016

The Cotton Association of India is urging the Government of Pakistan not to support the call for an export ban on cotton by the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association.

Weed Control

New Webcast Outlines Flag the Technology Program

June 22, 2016

A new webcast explaining the use and value of the University of Arkansas’ Flag the Technology program has been added to the Focus on Cotton online series from the Plant Management Network and Cotton Incorporated.

Insect Control

Keeping a Watchful Eye on Plant Bugs

June 22, 2016

Plant bugs are back. Diligent scouting and careful management can help lessen their impact.

News

Registration Begins for Cotton Ginning Cost-Share Program

June 20, 2016

Just a reminder – registration for the USDA Cotton Ginning Cost-Share program is now underway at local Farm Service Agency offices.

News

First Bale of Cotton for 2016 Harvested in Texas

June 20, 2016

A Rio Grande Valley grower has delivered the first bale of cotton harvested in the U.S. this season to a gin in Harlingen, TX.

Companion

Episode 19 – Ginning Cost Sharing is Ginning Cost Caring

June 20, 2016

In Episode 19, Cotton Grower editors Beck Barnes and Jim Steadman discuss the new USDA Cotton Ginning Cost-Share program, and visit with two members of the NCC Emerging Leaders program.

Market Analysis

Market Fundamentals Positive, but Not Yet Bullish

June 20, 2016

July prices are still bumping into resistance. But there are enough positive fundamentals in the market to provide a bit of bullish hope.

Market Analysis

Shurley on Cotton: Thoughts Ahead of the Acreage Report

June 16, 2016

There’s usually speculation on the June USDA Acreage number and how it might compare to the March Prospective Plantings number. So far, it's all quiet.