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This publication provides producers with an overview of the technologies available to schedule irrigation and key concepts related to water management for cotton grown in areas where rainfall provides a significant amount of the water requirements in most years.
This website provides crop management information, updated daily during the growing season, to provide county agents and growers with the latest information at the beginning of each work day.
This website houses resources on integrated weed management for herbicide-resistant weeds. It is updated regularly by a team of weed scientists from 14 universities and the USDA Agricultural Research Service.
Access national daily, weekly and seasonal cotton quality reports, plus cotton prices, weekly market review and other reports.
Keep up to date on commodity loan rates, and access more information specifically related to the cotton loan program.
Access timely agricultural market analysis through daily market reports and commodity updates. Scroll down to find the listing of Ag Network podcasts.
Get the latest updates on the Cotton Research and Promotion Program from the Cotton Board through their monthly e-newsletter.
The University of Florida Extension System provides production information and a collection of cotton-related links to learn about variety selection tools, production practices and budgets.
NC State creates projected budgets for producers to use for planning purposes.
The University of Georgia at Athens Extension creates projected budgets for producers to use for planning purposes.
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.