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Conserving water is key to Rolling Plains cotton
Conserving irrigation water from the receding Seymour Aquifer is a big concern for Gary Tidwell who has a 2,500-acre
Be prepared for heat related illness
Heat related illnesses, even though the summer is winding down, are still important factors affecting people who work
Cotton setting bolls in higher numbers
In the three states of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, the following percentages are listed as of Aug. 23, 2009: Kansas
Watch for insect pests as cotton begins to mature
As cotton matures and changes, so do the pests challenging its productivity. J. Terry Pitts, Oklahoma State University
Oklahoma cotton is off and running
The 2009 cotton crop is looking good, but needs a rain, says J. C. Banks, Oklahoma State University Extension state
Winter canola harvest positive for Oklahoma
Finally, Alan Mindemann, Apache, Okla., is doing something that gives him a lot of satisfaction. He’s busy harvesting
Talkin' Cotton
Early cotton in the Kansas and northern Oklahoma area is in a lot better shape this year compared to the
Winter canola survives late cold snaps
Several thousand acres of winter canola growing in Oklahoma's wheat country has lived up to its name. Following the
Failed wheat may turn to cotton
2009 WHEAT CROP LOSS will give farmers a chance to go to cotton as a replacement crop, but there are several factors to
Failed wheat acres presents options for planting cotton
Failed wheat acres due to drought and late season freezing weather presents farmers with options for planting these
Oklahoma officials discuss phenoxy herbicide use
Officials representing the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry and the Oklahoma Cotton Council met
Canola as part of winter wheat rotation
Kyle McIntyre, along with his brother, Brent, and father, Pat, have been searching for a crop to rotate with winter
Conservation and family values are important to Texas cotton farmer
As a fourth generation farmer in Roby, Texas, Jeff Posey is devoted to family values and land stewardship. A Fisher
Winter canola producers watch for insect damage; topdress canola
Winter canola producers in the Southern Plains states of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas should be scouting fields for the
Winter canola offers promising options for wheat farmers
Establishing winter canola as an important money crop in the Southern Plains is a team effort says team member Chad
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