By Dr. O.A. Cleveland|February 23, 2024
Dr. O.A. Cleveland says speculators have hit the long side of cotton with as much gusto as he has ever seen, creating a speculator-only market.
Shorter supply but uncertain and inconsistent demand/buying have been the factors driving price so far this 2023 crop marketing season. USDA’s February supply/demand projections should be favorable and supportive of the recent price uptrend. Below is a summary… Read More
AMVAC Chemical Corporation announced that ZALO herbicide, enabled by ProLease technology, has received federal registration for early to mid-post-emergence use in glufosinate trait-enabled cotton, soybean, and canola. In addition, the label will include pome and stone fruit crops. ZALO… Read More
On February 6, a federal court in Arizona vacated EPA’s 2020 registrations for dicamba products to be used in over-the-top applications in cotton and soybeans. This effectively means the agricultural community will be unable to apply XtendiMax (Bayer), Engenia… Read More
Delegates to the National Cotton Council’s (NCC) upcoming annual meeting will review and approve resolutions to help U.S. cotton’s central organization guide the U.S. cotton industry in the coming year. During the meeting – set for Feb. 16-18… Read More
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