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Seed Varieties

CROPLAN Building on Its Strengths

November 21, 2017

Two strong varieties drove CROPLAN cotton seed sales and exposure in 2017, with more options and technologies coming in 2018.

Seed Varieties

PhytoGen: Enlisting Growth and Potential

November 20, 2017

Enlist cotton is off to an impressive start for PhytoGen in 2017, with a pipeline full of new options for all regions of the Cotton Belt.

Seed Varieties

Americot Building on Successful Growth

November 17, 2017

Maintaining momentum from a strong showing in 2017, Americot and its NexGen brands are just starting to hit their stride.

Seed Varieties

Bayer Working to Meet Needs, Minimize Challenges

November 16, 2017

Strong cotton varieties that fit and meet the challenges of each U.S. growing region continue to drive Bayer’s FiberMax and Stoneville product lines.

Weed Control

No Pesticide Drift Complaints in Georgia in 2017

October 26, 2017

No official pesticide drift complaints due to in-season applications of dicamba or 2,4-D have been reported to the Georgia Department of Agriculture in 2017.

Planting

Conservation Tillage Can Pay Off in Georgia

October 24, 2017

Conservation tillage saves time and money and improves the soil, but only a small percentage of Georgia farmers currently use the system.

Product News

Direct-to-Grower Independent Seed Company Launched

October 20, 2017

A new direct-to-growers seed company is entering the market to provide growers with custom-crafted seed offerings delivered to their farm.

Market Analysis

Shurley: October Numbers Not As Expected, But Prices Hold

October 18, 2017

USDA’s October production and supply and demand estimates are like apples – pick and choose and you’ll find some numbers you like...and some you won’t.

Precision Technology

Georgia Extension Testing Agricultural Water Use

October 17, 2017

A team of University of Georgia Extension specialists is studying agricultural irrigation to help increase the water-use efficiency in southern Georgia row crops.

Product News

Americot Team Continues to Grow

October 6, 2017

Americot continues to expand the company’s sales and technical support team, with the addition of six new specialists located throughout the Cotton Belt.

Product News

NemaStrike Technology Ready for Nematode Control in 2018

October 6, 2017

Monsanto adds NemaStrike Technology as a new seed treatment solution to control nematode species across the Cotton Belt.

Seed Varieties

Deltapine Retains Top Spot Among Varieties Planted in 2017

October 3, 2017

Deltapine retained the top spot as the most popular cottonseed brand planted in the U.S. in 2017, thanks to strong showings from its varieties in each region of the Cotton Belt.

Cotton Production

Georgia Cotton Losses to Irma Estimated at 10%

October 2, 2017

Losses to Georgia’s cotton crop following Hurricane Irma are estimated at nearly $100 million.

Cotton Production

South Carolina Cotton Crop Looks Promising

September 28, 2017

After two years of storm damage, 2017 looks like a bumper year for South Carolina cotton.

Product News

Americot Adds Three to Regional Sales Force

September 20, 2017

Americot, Inc. has added three new regional representatives to the company’s sales force.

Market Analysis

Shurley: Cotton Makes a Hard Landing

September 15, 2017

Following USDA’s September numbers, December cotton seems to have landed back in the 69-cent, pre-Harvey area.

Market Analysis

Shurley: Storms and Other Unknowns for September

September 1, 2017

September could be interesting. Loss evaluation from Harvey will still be underway, and all eyes are watching Irma. How will it all impact USDA’s September report…if at all?

Peanuts

Beating Burrower Bugs

August 22, 2017

A USDA grant is helping identify new, more effective ways to manage burrower bugs in peanuts.

Precision Technology

Precision Ag Southern Style

August 22, 2017

A customer-first focus helps Agri-AFC’s Amy Winstead keep the company's precision programs coordinated, on target…and growing.

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Market Analysis

Shurley: So Much for 18 Million Bales and Higher Prices

August 14, 2017

If USDA’s September numbers still validate a 20+ million bale crop, prices could slide. If not, the 68-70 cent level – or better – should hold.

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Product News

Bayer Looking for FiberMax One Ton Club Growers for 2017

November 16, 2017

Cotton growers who produce an average of 2,000 lb/A on 20 or more acres planted to FiberMax varieties in 2017 are eligible to be part of the 13th annual FiberMax One Ton Club.

Product News

Monsanto Delays NemaStrike for Additional Review

November 2, 2017

After finding cases of skin irritation, Monsanto is pulling its nematode seed treatment NemaStrike for further product review.

Product News

Intrepid Trio: Naturally Balanced Nutrition in Every Granule

November 1, 2017

Intrepid Trio contains three essential nutrients for cotton plants.

Product News

Save Time, Increase Efficiencies with Mixmate

November 1, 2017

Mixmate from Praxidyn is a precision chemical mixing system for small farms to large enterprises.

Product News

Crumpler Ironworks & Fabrication

November 1, 2017

Crumpler Ironworks & Fabrication is committed to providing the highest level of service, honesty and integrity, regardless of project size.

Product News

Delivering Proven Performance Across the Cotton Belt

November 1, 2017

Seed varieties, traits and crop protection products from Bayer deliver proven performance to growers across the Cotton Belt.

Product News

Growers Continue to Count on Americot and NexGen

November 1, 2017

Americot is dedicated to working with cotton growers throughout the Cotton Belt to provide elite performing NexGen varieties within the marketplace.

Product News

Deere Adds New Narrow Track Versions to 9RX Tractor Lineup

November 1, 2017

John Deere has added three new 9RX Narrow Track Tractors, expanding its lineup of high-horsepower machines.

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Market Analysis

Shurley: Demand Is Key to Price Strength and Stability

November 21, 2017

Demand is the key to cotton's future. We still have a way to go, but the outlook has certainly improved.

Seed Varieties

CROPLAN Building on Its Strengths

November 21, 2017

Two strong varieties drove CROPLAN cotton seed sales and exposure in 2017, with more options and technologies coming in 2018.

Seed Varieties

PhytoGen: Enlisting Growth and Potential

November 20, 2017

Enlist cotton is off to an impressive start for PhytoGen in 2017, with a pipeline full of new options for all regions of the Cotton Belt.

Market Analysis

U.S. Sales Booming to Meet Bullish Demand

November 17, 2017

Cotton appears to be caught in a battle between supply and supply. And that keeps prices well positioned to stay where they are.

Harvest

High Plains Cotton Harvest in High Gear

November 17, 2017

Following a bout of high humidity, growers in the High Plains of Texas are now gearing up cotton harvest.

Soybeans

When and Why to Double Inoculate Your Soybeans

November 17, 2017

Double inoculation can help soybean plants form nodules at an optimal rate and time, helping improve their performance potential.

Soybeans

Better for Soybeans: Fall or Spring Applications?

November 17, 2017

Does it really matter to soybeans if phosphorus and potassium are applied in the fall or in the spring?

Seed Varieties

Americot Building on Successful Growth

November 17, 2017

Maintaining momentum from a strong showing in 2017, Americot and its NexGen brands are just starting to hit their stride.

Seed Varieties

Bayer Working to Meet Needs, Minimize Challenges

November 16, 2017

Strong cotton varieties that fit and meet the challenges of each U.S. growing region continue to drive Bayer’s FiberMax and Stoneville product lines.

International

First Estimate of India’s New Season Cotton Crop Revealed

November 15, 2017

The first estimate of India’s current season cotton crop has been released.

Precision Technology

Are You a Precision Grower?

November 15, 2017

Gathering, analysis and application still seems to be the best basic definition of precision agriculture.