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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 page is a hub for current news and cotton production recommendations from the North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension Service.
The cotton production page from the Louisiana State University Ag Center contains information on variety performance, tillage, disease/weed/insect management, and costs and returns.
This page is a hub for current news and cotton production recommendations from the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service.
This online resource from the University of Tennesee provides a key to differentiating spots as well as information about specific diseases.
The University of California Agronomy Research and Information Center provides growers with access to newsletters, production guidelines and variety trial results, among other resources.
The Clemson University website provides South Carolina producers support in the areas of variety selection, pest management, general production and more. Be sure to check out the list of Land-Grant Press publications.
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 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.
This report details a simple, low-cost module-feeder camera system that gives ginners a real-time view of the module feeder’s dispersing cylinder. Similar inspection systems can be more widely used to rapidly identify when plastic gets onto the cotton module’s dispersing cylinders so that crews can remove it before it shreds and disperses.
This eight-page document provides general background on sensor-based applications and provides examples of how to use equipment-mounted sensors for real-time control of plant growth regulators, harvest aids and nitrogen.