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This Texas A&M University website contains information on key areas of cotton production and management for Southwestern producers. It provides a number of helpful decision aids, tools and publications.
This bulletin is an introduction to using aerial imagery to more economically manage cotton root rot, a highly virulent soil-borne disease. After reading this, growers may wish to consult with a retailer, distribution or precision data management specialist for assistance in translating aerial images into prescription-treatment application instructions for use by a variable rate applicator.
Bacterial Blight has become increasingly problematic throughout the humid region of the Cotton Belt. This publication focuses on helping growers identify and manage Bacterial Blight.
The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service provides up-to-date educational programs consisting of research-based information for profitable cotton production.
This four-page bulletin is packed with information and pictures depicting the most common cotton foliar diseases in the U.S. For each disease, learn about symptoms, management, diagnostic notes, range and how it affects yield.
This four-page publication covers diagnosis and treatment options for root-knot, reniform, Columbia lance and sting nematodes.
This publication provides examples of root damage from herbicide injury, pathogens, chilling injury, soil compaction and fertilizer injury.
Bronze wilt is a disease of cotton characterized by the bronze or red discoloration and wilting of leaves. This document helps to diagnose the disease and provide treatment options.
The Cotton Info App is a collection of reference materials specially designed for growers, consultants and extension workers who may not have good cellular connectivity. All materials are stored on the user’s Android tablet. (An Apple iPad version is also available.)
Thanks to breakthroughs that merged agronomy and climatology, agricultural producers can now base crop decisions for the next year on global climate patterns. (iOS device required to download)
The Cotton Info App is a collection of reference materials specially designed for growers, consultants and extension workers who may not have good cellular connectivity. All materials are stored on the user’s iPad. (An Android tablet version is also available.)
COTMAN is a crop information system that uses monitoring techniques to summarize crop development status, detect stress and assist with in-season management decisions.