Tap directly into the extensive research library of Cotton Incorporated. Here, you can filter your results by category, sort them by date and select your preferred media type to streamline the resources you see.
The links on this page connect PCAs, growers and other interested parties with new trends, recommendations and developments in the field of crop management research.
Find Arizona cotton-specific reports, including heat unit accumulation, real-time crop heat stress updates, crop water use, maturity dates to assist with harvest and information helpful for making planting decisions.
This guide outlines an overall integrated pest management program for cotton growers and includes a Year-Round IPM Program Annual Checklist.
Get the latest updates on the Cotton Research and Promotion Program from the Cotton Board through their monthly e-newsletter.
Guides for production, pest management and budgeting, as well as cotton variety trial data, are a few of the resources included on this site for growers and crop advisors managing cotton in Missouri.
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.
This website focuses on farm-level implementation of strategies for Texas cotton growers to deal with yield and price risk. Growers around the U.S., however, can also learn about basics of marketing plans, which are grower contingency plans for uncertain market situations.
Basis is the difference between a cash price and the futures price of a particular commodity on a given futures exchange. This tool provides basis information for cotton, wheat, corn, sorguhm and soybean in Texas.
This site provides weather data from stations in south Texas and calculators to use the data for crop management decisions such as irrigation.
This is a spreadsheet-based decision tool was developed to assist row crop producers in Louisiana. The decision tool contains five Excel worksheets to compare net returns above variable production costs for three alternative sets of crop choices.
NC State creates projected budgets for producers to use for planning purposes.
Each year, the Texas A&M Extension service creates projected budgets for cotton growers to use for planning purposes.