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This online resource from the University of Tennesee provides information about specific diseases that commonly affect cotton seedlings.
Integrated pest management agents across Texas contribute articles and insights to the Texas IPM Program’s newsletter and blog.
This web page gathers all cotton-related posts from the UTcrops News Blog, operated by the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.
The Mississippi Crop Situation blog provides producers, consultants and industry within the state with up-to-date production and economic information to help maintain profitability.
Twice-monthly webcasts address timely cotton management issues. This is a collaborative project between Cotton Incorporated and the Plant Management Network.
Spread of a new race of the seed and soil-borne fungus that causes Fusarium Wilt poses a strategic threat to U. S. cotton. The bulletin describes how to identify the disease and recommends means to contain its local and long-range spread.
This is two-page producer handout (a condensed version of the full FOV4 bulletin) describes how to identify the FOV4 disease and recommends ways to contain its local and long-range spread.
This publication from the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service provides insect, disease, nematode, and weed recommendations for 2021.
The links on this page connect PCAs, growers and other interested parties with new trends, recommendations and developments in the field of crop management research.
This guide outlines an overall integrated pest management program for cotton growers and includes a Year-Round IPM Program Annual Checklist.
Guides for production, pest management and budgeting, as well as cotton variety trial data, are a few of the resources included on this site for growers and crop advisors managing cotton in Missouri.
The guide that is provided as a PDF provides cotton production recommendations from the Virginia Cooperative Extension.