West Texas farmers should build moisture reserve

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Latest weather forecasts indicate West Texas farmers could be facing another year of less than favorable moisture conditions. Bob Glodt, research manager for Agri-Search Inc., says growers should be looking for ways to build moisture reserves before they reach peak bloom in their cotton. Glodt spoke at Monsanto/Deltapine’s Weed and Water Summit in Lubbock, Texas, Jan. 31. More than 80 farmers attended the summit.

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