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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.
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.
The University of Georgia at Athens Extension creates projected budgets for producers to use for planning purposes.
Louisiana State University Ag Center creates projected budgets, projected costs and returns and other financial decision aids for producers to use for planning purposes.
Mississippi State creates a yearly report designed to provide necessary planning data to farmers, research and extension staffs, lending agencies and others in agriculture.
These field crop enterprise budgets are designed to assist Arkansas producers in evaluating expected costs and returns and other related production economics information, data and analysis.
The Auburn and Alabama A&M Extension resources for cotton producers cover a wide range of topics, including integrated pest management, irrigation systems, sensor systoms, cover crops and more.
This collection of cotton production information from the University of Tennessee includes weed management, insect control and variety trial results.
This collection of information includes resources for weed/disease/insect management, field performance and crop economics and marketing.
This page is a hub for current news and cotton production recommendations from the North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension Service.