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This web page supplies monthly cottonseed prices by region and supply/demand estimates.
This is the Cotton Incorporated hub for information related to U.S. cotton fiber quality, including a guide to the cotton properties legend, most planted varieties, and weekly and annual quality reports.
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.
The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service provides up-to-date educational programs consisting of research-based information for profitable cotton production.
This presentation PDF outlines stewardship information and considerations for Auxin Traits and Herbicides.
This four-page bulletin is packed with information and pictures depicting the most common cotton foliar diseases in the U.S. For each disease, learn about symptoms, management, diagnostic notes, range and how it affects yield.
This basic guide outlines recommended cooperative standards between farmers and beekeepers in locations where bees are in or near agricultural production areas.
This four-page publication covers diagnosis and treatment options for root-knot, reniform, Columbia lance and sting nematodes.
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.
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.
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.