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The University of Tennessee provides this hub page for pesticide resources, including insect and weed control manuals, information on different insecticide classes, and links to pesticide applicator training. These resources are not specific to cotton.
The site highlights many of the positive efforts the cotton industry is making to continuously adopt more sustainable practices.
COTMAN is a crop information system that uses monitoring techniques to summarize crop development status, detect stress and assist with in-season management decisions.
This document is composed of short summaries of multiple cotton research projects conducted in Arkansas during the 2017 crop season. Most projects were partially or wholly funded by Cotton Incorporated’s Arkansas State Support Program.
Short summary reports of cotton research projects conducted in Arkansas during the 2016 crop season. Most projects were partially or wholly funded by Cotton Incorporated’s Arkansas State Support Program.
The Agricultural and Environmental Research Department provides resources related to agricultural economics, variety trials, cotton foliar diseases, tillage and more.
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.