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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.
Clemson has a web page devoted to precision agriculture resources related to cotton.
CIMIS weather stations are distributed throughout California. The data from these stations can be used to help determine when cotton irrigation is needed.
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.
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.
The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon is the strongest driver of inter-annual climate variability around the world. This report evaluates the influence of ENSO on cotton yield variability.
This presentation PDF outlines stewardship information and considerations for Auxin Traits and Herbicides.
High-residue cover crops are a tool for addressing herbicide-resistant weeds, improving soil health and reducing labor costs. This 20-minute video provides practical guidance on how to manage such cover crops.
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.
The “Cotton & Covers” video series follows the soil health journey of three cotton producers as they work to improve farm productivity.
The H2O Initiative is a region-wide effort to reduce irrigation water use in the Mississippi Delta. The website provides effective tools like the Pipe Planner to help growers conserve water.
This blog provides climate data and production insights for farmers (not only of cotton) and county agents around the Southeast.