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Each year, the Texas A&M Extension service creates projected budgets for cotton growers to use for planning purposes.
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 online resource from the University of Tennesee provides a key to differentiating spots as well as information about specific diseases.
This site provides good background on whole cottonseed as a feed ingredient, especially for dairy cows. It is also a place for cottonseed sellers and buyers to connect online.
Track fiber quality of U.S. cotton over time through this weekly report, which compares the week’s quality reports with the same time period during the previous year.
This unique analysis parses the latest events affecting the world cotton supply-and-demand situation and world cotton prices.
This web page supplies monthly cottonseed prices by region and supply/demand estimates.
This is the Cotton Incorporated hub for information related to U.S. cotton fiber quality, including a guide to the cotton properties legend, most planted varieties, and weekly and annual quality reports.
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.
This document provides growers, module handlers and ginners recommendations on handling round modules from the field to the gin with a goal of eliminating plastic contamination in U.S. cotton.
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.