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The National Cotton Ginners recommends these safe tie-down procedures for transporting round modules.
NOAA maps out predicted precipitation that aid growers in planning irrigation, herbicide applications, harvests and more. Access forecasts for the next 6 hours or next three days.
The National Cotton Council provides suggestions for both producers and ginners who need to handle seed cotton that has been exposed to excessive rainfall.
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.)
The Cotton Loan Calculator is designed to assist in the evaluation of variety trials. It derives loan values by applying USDA premiums and discounts to sets of HVI classing data. The program is updated each year.
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.
Learn about and gain access to the USCrop Software. It allows users to view HVI properties of USDA classed cotton and search for bales using user-defined parameters.
USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service releases national and state-level data for cotton including acreage, ginning, monthly marketing, prices, production and value.
The Cotton LEADS(SM) program promotes the environmentally and socially responsible practices of U.S. cotton farmers by telling the story to brands and retailers around the world.
This software from Cotton Incorporated provides options to create Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) files from three different input file types. The EDI files can then be sent to cotton mills.
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.