Tap directly into the extensive research library of Cotton Incorporated. Here, you can filter your results by category, sort them by date and select your preferred media type to streamline the resources you see.
The Auburn and Alabama A&M Extension resources for cotton producers cover a wide range of topics, including integrated pest management, irrigation systems, sensor systoms, cover crops and more.
The guide that is provided as a PDF provides cotton production recommendations from the Virginia Cooperative Extension.
This collection of cotton production information from the University of Tennessee includes weed management, insect control and variety trial results.
This collection of information includes resources for weed/disease/insect management, field performance and crop economics and marketing.
These cotton management resources from the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service include links to apps and publications related to soil fertility, tillage, harvest aids, pest/disease management and more.
OSU Extension has created a variety of fact sheets from general production information, to pest management guides, to pros and cons of specific herbicides.
This page is a hub for current news and cotton production recommendations from the North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension Service.
This page captures cotton-related announcements and production information from New Mexico State University.
The cotton production page from the Louisiana State University Ag Center contains information on variety performance, tillage, disease/weed/insect management, and costs and returns.
This page is a hub for current news and cotton production recommendations from the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service.
The University of California Agronomy Research and Information Center provides growers with access to newsletters, production guidelines and variety trial results, among other resources.
This presentation guides Arizona growers and pest managers in implementing a comprehensive IPM program to effectively manage whiteflies and minimize risks of a sticky cotton problem.