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Herbicide-resistant weeds are a problem all growers must deal with. This four-page document reviews the cause of resistance and how to manage fields with herbicide-resistant weeds.
This publication provides examples of root damage from herbicide injury, pathogens, chilling injury, soil compaction and fertilizer injury.
Bronze wilt is a disease of cotton characterized by the bronze or red discoloration and wilting of leaves. This document helps to diagnose the disease and provide treatment options.
This video is intended to educate producers and gins on how to best handle and gin round modules while preventing plastic contamination from the module wrap.
This Android-only application allows cotton modules in the field to be scanned into a load list. Scans for multiple farms and fields may be created, saved, and returned to at any time. It can also be emailed.
This Cotton Incorporated web page is a hub for information about the different types of cotton harvest systems, seed cotton handling storage and cotton module traceability.
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 Android tablet. (An Apple iPad version is also available.)
Field to Market® provides outcomes-based measurement tools and resources to help growers continuously improve their sustainability performance and their marketability.
This regularly updated overview looks at key macroeconomic indicators impacting the world’s cotton supply chains, with focus on downstream demand.
This brochure reminds producers of the importance of harvesting cotton at proper moisture content (less than 12%) and what the potential costs are if they do not. The brochure also discusses how to determine when it is safe to harvest if a moisture meter is not available.
The potential to gain value from the data being recorded by modern machinery, new sensors, unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and satellite images is still emerging. This document describes opportunities for gins and growers to benefit from data.
Applying the correct module marking ink at harvest is important to preventing contamination. This report examines the potential for four different sprays to result in contamination at the textile mill.